This ancient 'inn' is close to the village of Farasfaj (Towiserkan), and belong to the Safavid period. The said structure is square in shape, having four porticos. There are four circular towers on each corner, and three semi-circular towers on the eastern, western and northern sides which were the watch towers. On either side of the door-way are brick laid arched ceilings.
Situated in the south eastern slopes of the Alvand Mountains, and to the south of Hamadan on elevated land, it experiences cold winters, and moderate summers. The city of Towiserkan lies at a distance of 395 km. from Tehran and 93 km. from Hamadan. The ...
On the way from Lahijan to Daylaman is a small and ancient caravansary constructed of brick, stone and gypsum. The same dates back to the Safavid era. Its founder was Khanom ...MORE
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