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Other Old Public Baths and Water Reservoirs

in Isfahan city | Esfahan province
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Other Old Public Baths and Water Reservoirs

Related to Isfahan city (located in Esfahan province)
These are the following: Mir Seyed Ali, Masjed Vazir, Miyanchal, Abdol Razaq Khan Kashi, Gozarnou and Habib Ebne Moosa in Kashan. The water reservoirs of Haj Seyed Sadiq, Haj Seyed Qasem, Haj Seyed Morteza, Masjed Khaki, Dasht, Haj Mir Rahim, Meydan, and others in Naein. The water reservoir of the Shahidan locality in Herand (Esfahan) is the ancient water reservoirs of this province. These are named as, the Abdol Razaq Khan baths, Bazar, Molla Qobt, Mir Emad, Taher, Mansur, Panjeh Shah and Aqa baths in Kashan. Soltan Mir Ahmad, Rahnan, Gozarnou, Shah, Khan, Shah Ali, Sheikh Aba'ie, Shoori, and Saro Taqy baths in Esfahan. Afooshteh bath in Natanz and the Kaloon bath in Naein are ancient baths in Esfahan province.
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