Tourist attractions in MIANEH (city)

Kiz Ghalasi (Ghaleh Dokhtar) is located south of Pol-e-Dokhtar of Mianeh and the caravansary or ancient inn of Jamal Abad, one of the masterpieces of architecture. MORE
Kiz Ghalasi (Ghaleh Dokhtar) is located south of Pol-e-Dokhtar of Mianeh and the caravansary or ancient inn of Jamal Abad, one of the masterpieces of architecture.
This mosque is among the very significant monuments of Azerbiajan and it contains exclusive amazements. The architecture style and materials used in it have astonished the archeologists ... MORE
This mosque is among the very significant monuments of Azerbiajan and it contains exclusive amazements. The architecture style and materials used in it have astonished the archeologists and yet, it represents the bright history of Islamic architecture art of past centuries to enthusiasts. The sanctuary ...
More information about Jamal Abad Caravansary in Mianeh
Jamal Abad Caravansary
in Mianeh City
Located in the village of Jamal Abad, 35 km. from Mianeh, constructed during the reign of Shah Abbas Safavid. MORE
Located in the village of Jamal Abad, 35 km. from Mianeh, constructed during the reign of Shah Abbas Safavid.
This bridge was constructed on the Qezel Ozan River 20 km. southeast of Mianeh. In the year 1946 in order to prevent the army entering into Azarbayjan, the bridge was covered with ... MORE
This bridge was constructed on the Qezel Ozan River 20 km. southeast of Mianeh. In the year 1946 in order to prevent the army entering into Azarbayjan, the bridge was covered with mines by the Democrats (Communists) of Aazarbayjan. The age of the bridge is unknown, some archaeologists date it to the ...
More information about Shahr Chay Bridge in Mianeh
Shahr Chay Bridge
in Mianeh City
This bridge is also known as the Pol-e-Mianeh and is on the Shahr Chay River. The initial construction of this bridge dates bake to before the 8th century AH. and was thence repaired ... MORE
This bridge is also known as the Pol-e-Mianeh and is on the Shahr Chay River. The initial construction of this bridge dates bake to before the 8th century AH. and was thence repaired during the Qajar era.
More information about Bozqoosh Mountain in Mianeh
Bozqoosh Mountain
in Mianeh City
These mountains stand north of the township of Mianeh and are stony and rocky in structure. The highest peak of these mountains being 3,304 m. in altitude. The lower slopes are covered ... MORE
These mountains stand north of the township of Mianeh and are stony and rocky in structure. The highest peak of these mountains being 3,304 m. in altitude. The lower slopes are covered with green pastures and form the summer residing quarters for tribes.
The same is also known as 'Kamal-edin'. It has a tall minaret (13 m. in height) and two stone inscriptions. This structure is a relic of the 13th century AH. MORE
The same is also known as 'Kamal-edin'. It has a tall minaret (13 m. in height) and two stone inscriptions. This structure is a relic of the 13th century AH.
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