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Tourist attractions in MAHALLAT (city)

Sarcheshmeh Park or Mahallat Sarcheshmeh spring has an excellent capacity of water and is located in the highest point of Mahalat city in this province. It has since past attracted ... MORE
Sarcheshmeh Park or Mahallat Sarcheshmeh spring has an excellent capacity of water and is located in the highest point of Mahalat city in this province. It has since past attracted many tourists. It is said that this spring was the main reason of establishment of Mahalat city. Near this spring there ...
More information about Khorheh Solooki Temple in Mahallat
Khorheh Solooki Temple
in Mahallat City
The historical Khorheh Village is located to the west of main road running between Tehran and Esfahan. To the west of which is an archaeological relic related to the Seleucidian era. ... MORE
The historical Khorheh Village is located to the west of main road running between Tehran and Esfahan. To the west of which is an archaeological relic related to the Seleucidian era. This remnant is related to the 4th or 3rd centuries BC., and was most probably a temple. Two columns of stone to the ...
More information about Atashkooh Fire Temple in Mahallat
Atashkooh Fire Temple
in Mahallat City
Atashkooh Fire Temple (Also known as Chahartaghi Nimvar) is located near the Nimvor Fire Temple (Atashkadeh) Village, and dates to the Sassanide period. The structure consisted of ... MORE
Atashkooh Fire Temple (Also known as Chahartaghi Nimvar) is located near the Nimvor Fire Temple (Atashkadeh) Village, and dates to the Sassanide period. The structure consisted of cylindrical stony columns (supporting the ceiling). Besides which there were covered chambers and a porch that was the location ...
More information about Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Moosa in Mahallat
Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Moosa
in Mahallat City
This Imamzadeh is in the lower quarter of the city of Mahalat. It is the resting abode of three offsprings of Imamzadeh Javad (AS). This structure comprises of two domes, three halls, ... MORE
This Imamzadeh is in the lower quarter of the city of Mahalat. It is the resting abode of three offsprings of Imamzadeh Javad (AS). This structure comprises of two domes, three halls, a porch, courtyard and an ancient mausoleum. This square structure has two domes. Under the eastern dome is the tomb ...
More information about Mahalat Thermal Spring in Mahallat
Mahalat Thermal Spring
in Mahallat City
The Mahalat thermal spring is located to the northeast of Mahalat city. This spring is one of the most important mineral water springs in Markazi province. It is one of the deep thermal ... MORE
The Mahalat thermal spring is located to the northeast of Mahalat city. This spring is one of the most important mineral water springs in Markazi province. It is one of the deep thermal springs which become warm through vapors of burning stones of inner layers of the earth and finally reach the surface. ...
More information about Amro (Amreh) Statue in Mahallat
Amro (Amreh) Statue
in Mahallat City
Near the cave of Shah Bolbol (Mahalat), there is a statue that is called Amro by the inhabitants. The latest theory is that this is the statue of Anahita and is related to the pre-Islamic ... MORE
Near the cave of Shah Bolbol (Mahalat), there is a statue that is called Amro by the inhabitants. The latest theory is that this is the statue of Anahita and is related to the pre-Islamic period. Currently, this historical relic due to lack of maintenance is neglected, and being eroded by natural weather ...
More information about Joon Abad Caravansary in Mahallat
Joon Abad Caravansary
in Mahallat City
The said is located to the south west of Mahalat, and within 7 km. of the Old Arak Road. The towers on the four sides have been ruined, though the structure itself is intact generally. MORE
The said is located to the south west of Mahalat, and within 7 km. of the Old Arak Road. The towers on the four sides have been ruined, though the structure itself is intact generally.
More information about Khosrovani Castle in Mahallat
Khosrovani Castle
in Mahallat City
This semi-ruined castle has remained within the city of Mahalat. The intact walls and towers of the same have been used in the nearby residental areas of the castle as protecting walls. ... MORE
This semi-ruined castle has remained within the city of Mahalat. The intact walls and towers of the same have been used in the nearby residental areas of the castle as protecting walls. From its four towers, only two are in a comparatively suitable condition. Its walls are made of sun baked bricks and ...
More information about Mil Milooneh Fire Temple in Mahallat
Mil Milooneh Fire Temple
in Mahallat City
In the midst of agricultural land to the west of Nimvar, is a column compiled of minute stones, cemented together by mortar. This column is to a height of 7-8 m. and reveals the indications ... MORE
In the midst of agricultural land to the west of Nimvar, is a column compiled of minute stones, cemented together by mortar. This column is to a height of 7-8 m. and reveals the indications of a quadrangular structure which was used to be a fire temple. This is currently called Mil Milooneh, but there ...
More information about Nimvar Historical Dam in Mahallat
Nimvar Historical Dam
in Mahallat City
This dam with its ancient and large barricade is located in Nimvar (Mahalat). The same dates back to the Sassanide period or according to some narrations to even before the birth of ... MORE
This dam with its ancient and large barricade is located in Nimvar (Mahalat). The same dates back to the Sassanide period or according to some narrations to even before the birth of Christ. The dam is approximately 100 m. in length and 9 m. in width. The materials used for construction are generally ...
More information about Other Castles in Mahallat
Other Castles
in Mahallat City
Other castles are "Aqa Khan" to the south of Mahalat city, "Div Jan Va Shams" in the Yojan Village (Khomein) and "Jamshidi" Castle in Nimvar of Mahalat. MORE
Other castles are "Aqa Khan" to the south of Mahalat city, "Div Jan Va Shams" in the Yojan Village (Khomein) and "Jamshidi" Castle in Nimvar of Mahalat.
More information about Mahalat Jame' Mosque in Mahallat
Mahalat Jame' Mosque
in Mahallat City
The said mosque is in the old network of the city, and is also known as the Friday Mosque. It dates back to the Ottoman period. The mosque has a porch and courtyard surrounded by chambers ... MORE
The said mosque is in the old network of the city, and is also known as the Friday Mosque. It dates back to the Ottoman period. The mosque has a porch and courtyard surrounded by chambers in two storeys which are beautifully adorned. The nocturnal area is adorned with beautiful columns and its ceiling ...
More information about Nimvar Jame' Mosque in Mahallat
Nimvar Jame' Mosque
in Mahallat City
The same is one of the archaic mosques of the province, but its date of origin is not specifically known. Due to repeated repairs, it has lost its original architectural effects. But ... MORE
The same is one of the archaic mosques of the province, but its date of origin is not specifically known. Due to repeated repairs, it has lost its original architectural effects. But it still retains its plaster work engravings which are in the Arabic script on one of its internal walls.
More information about Shah Bolbol Cave in Mahallat
Shah Bolbol Cave
in Mahallat City
This cave is located in the eastern mountains of the Mahalat township (between Khorheh and Delijan). The inhabitants respect this cave from the religions point of view. Some offer ... MORE
This cave is located in the eastern mountains of the Mahalat township (between Khorheh and Delijan). The inhabitants respect this cave from the religions point of view. Some offer charity and their sacrifices to the needy near this site. There is a little spring in this cave, most visitors stay the ...
More information about La'l Bar (Qomrood) River in Mahallat
La'l Bar (Qomrood) River
in Mahallat City
The main branch of this river originates from the heights of the eastern slopes in the south of Golpayegan and western Khansar. After adjoining the Kharqab and Khomein Rivers, its ... MORE
The main branch of this river originates from the heights of the eastern slopes in the south of Golpayegan and western Khansar. After adjoining the Kharqab and Khomein Rivers, its name changes to La'l Bar which crosses the south of Mahalat and western Delijan entering Qom and joins the Qarah Chay in ...
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