Tourist attractions in LAHIJAN (city)

More information about Titi Caravansary in Lahijan
Titi Caravansary
in Lahijan City
On the way from Lahijan to Daylaman is a small and ancient caravansary constructed of brick, stone and gypsum. Titi Caravansary dates back to the Safavid era. Its founder was Khanom ... MORE
On the way from Lahijan to Daylaman is a small and ancient caravansary constructed of brick, stone and gypsum. Titi Caravansary dates back to the Safavid era. Its founder was Khanom Titi, an aunt of one of the Safavid rulers. The exterior walls are constructed of pebbles and mortar, and its interior ...
Half close your eyes and you could almost imagine this beautiful shrine as a Buddhist temple in the Nepali foothills. Dedicated to a Sufi mystic, Sheikh Zahed Gilani (1236–1301), the ... MORE
Near the city of Lahijan in northern Iran, and on the slopes of the mountains and among the green tea fields, there is a spectacular monument belonging to a Sufi named Sheikh Tadj’ad-Dīn Ebraheem, who is known as Sheikh Zahed Gilani. Originally dating from the Safavid era, the shrine has been rebuilt several times. You can see it from the Ramsar motorway, 2.5km from Lahijan's Golestan Sq.
More information about Langerood Rood Khan River in Lahijan
Langerood Rood Khan River
in Lahijan City
The same takes its source in the southern heights of Lahijan. Its two branches adjoin about 7 km. away from its source, and from this point the river flows towards the west. After ... MORE
The same takes its source in the southern heights of Lahijan. Its two branches adjoin about 7 km. away from its source, and from this point the river flows towards the west. After passing a large bend named 'Zaki Bar Roodkhan', it flows along the Astaneh - Lahijan Road in the west. On dissecting the ...
More information about Akbarieh Mosque in Lahijan
Akbarieh Mosque
in Lahijan City
This mosque is located in the locality of Gabeneh, and is claimed to be the remains of a mosque dating back to the 4th century AH. During the Safavid and Qajar periods it was reconstructed. ... MORE
This mosque is located in the locality of Gabeneh, and is claimed to be the remains of a mosque dating back to the 4th century AH. During the Safavid and Qajar periods it was reconstructed. According to an inscription dating 1239 AH., a new mosque was built in its place and this was known as Akbarieh. ...
More information about Kashefol Saltaneh Tomb in Lahijan
Kashefol Saltaneh Tomb
in Lahijan City
The said tomb is located on a hillock overlooking the tea plantations of Lahijan. Haji Mohammad Mirza, reputedly known as Kashef-ol-Saltaneh, impersonated as an army general set off ... MORE
The said tomb is located on a hillock overlooking the tea plantations of Lahijan. Haji Mohammad Mirza, reputedly known as Kashef-ol-Saltaneh, impersonated as an army general set off for India. Here he learned the tea planting expertise and brought back saplings of the same to Iran. This personality ...
More information about Aqa Sheikh Abolvajieh Tomb in Lahijan
Aqa Sheikh Abolvajieh Tomb
in Lahijan City
The same is located in the Zalkeh Village of Lahijan. It is a rectangular structure with four porches on the four sides. There are four columns facing the entrance. These have been ... MORE
The same is located in the Zalkeh Village of Lahijan. It is a rectangular structure with four porches on the four sides. There are four columns facing the entrance. These have been carved exquisitely according to traditional design. The tomb has a chest dating 948 AH. Sheikh Abolvajieh was a great gnostic ...
More information about Golshan Bath in Lahijan
Golshan Bath
in Lahijan City
The Golshan bath is in the ancient network of Lahijan, and is relevant to the reign of Fath Ali Shah. It comprises of two cloak rooms or sarbinehs. The larger one for public use and ... MORE
The Golshan bath is in the ancient network of Lahijan, and is relevant to the reign of Fath Ali Shah. It comprises of two cloak rooms or sarbinehs. The larger one for public use and the smaller for the elite.Internally it is an irregularly octagonal in shape, with eight cylindrical stone pillars supporting ...
More information about Lahijan Jame' Mosque in Lahijan
Lahijan Jame' Mosque
in Lahijan City
This Jame' Mosque and its neighboring monuments, the Chahar Shah, Golshan bath and the bazaar form a cultural and historical aggregate. The mosque was reconstructed by the ruler of ... MORE
This Jame' Mosque and its neighboring monuments, the Chahar Shah, Golshan bath and the bazaar form a cultural and historical aggregate. The mosque was reconstructed by the ruler of the times, Ali Akbar Khan, according to the Qajar mode of architecture in the year 1331 AH. Thus, effects of the Teimoorid ...
More information about Pol Rood River in Lahijan
Pol Rood River
in Lahijan City
This is the largest river in the east of Gilan with a watershed covering an area of 1,725 sq. km. The 'Chak Rood' is one of the biggest branches flowing through the western areas of ... MORE
This is the largest river in the east of Gilan with a watershed covering an area of 1,725 sq. km. The 'Chak Rood' is one of the biggest branches flowing through the western areas of 'Kalishan' and 'Moosa Kalayeh', opposite Rostam Abad along the course of the Sefid Rood. Its other tributary is 'Gol Rood'which ...
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