Also known as: Sarcham caravansary, Sar-Cham Caravanserai. Sarcham Village
Sarcham Caravansary (Sar-Cham Caravanserai) or ancient inn, was one of the most important points in the way of trade and commerce on the route of Ray to Azarbayjan in the 8th century AH. and was inaugurated during the reign of the Ilkhanan (734 AH.) This so called 'inn' comprises of a central court yard, four porticos and rooms. The gateway of which has two brick towers on either side and a decorative, carved door of block store. A beautiful engraving brings to light that this 'caravansary' was built during the reign of Abu Seyed Ilkhanan in the year 733 AH.
The township of Zanjan is composed of two large valleys known as 'Zanjan Rood' and 'Sefid Rood'. In between which the Qanavol and Angooran Mountains lie. Zanjan has moderate summers and cold winters. The distance between Zanjan and Tehran is 328 km. Zanjan ...
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