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Shah Abbasi Caravansary

in Ahar city | East Azarbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Shah Abbasi Caravansary

Related to Ahar city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
The pass of Goijeh Boel is one of the most beautiful vicinities in Azarbayjan, 24 km. of Ahar. In this area two caravansaries or inns can be noted, built of stone and the type of architecture shows that both were constructed simultaneously during the Safavid era.
The mountainous township of Ahar can be said to be as one of the oldest sections of Azarbayjan in East Azerbaijan Province in IRAN. The center of which being the city of Ahar located 103 km. northeast of Tabriz. Ahar experiences cold and snowy winters ...
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