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Tourist Attraction in Kerman (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kerman (city)
Ganjalikhan Bath (Hammam-e-Ganjali) was built in 1631 in the city of Kerman. Ganjali Khan was one of the famous rulers during the reign of Shah Abbas of Safavid. As the ruler of Kerman  province he constructed many monuments and buildings, displaying ...
Tourist Attraction in Kashan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kashan (city)
Hammam-e Sultan Amir Ahmad is a traditional public bathhouse in Kashan originally built in the 16th century during the Safavid era but was damaged in an earthquake in the 1770s and later renovated during the Qajar period.
Tourist Attraction in Bandar Abbas (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bandar Abbas (city)
Hammam'e Gallehdari (Galeh-Dari Bath) is the only traditional and historical bath in Bandar Abbas (Hormozgan Province), and there is a strong possibility that this be related to the Safavid period. This bath is located in the Eivazi vicinity of the ...
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hamadan (city)
Amir Afkham bath is located in the Amir Afkham Sheveriny Castle (reputedly called Amir Sheveriny). The said bath is related to the Qajar era. This Bath is located in Sheverin Village Near Hamedan.
Tourist Attraction in Zanjan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Zanjan (city)
In Zanjan province there are a number of ancient public baths which still exist. Due to the unique planning system of those times, these baths gained their water-flow and at the same time maintained the heat during cold winters experienced in Zanjan. ...
A Qajar-era (1789-1925) public bathhouse in Sanandaj, western province of Kordestan, has been repurposed into a traditional restaurant, aimed at achieving higher productivity and better maintenance.
A total of 22 new eco-lodges were inaugurated across Hormozgan during the past Iranian calendar year 1398 (ended March 20) in a bid to improve hospitality sector in the southern Iranian province.
China’s ambassador to Iran has censured U.S. President Donald Trump for threatening to launch attacks on Iran’s cultural sites, saying the Iranian cultural heritage belongs to the entire global community.
News (October 20, 2019 | 11:21:35)
News (October 20, 2019 | 11:21:35)
Archaeologists have discovered remnants of a Safavid-era (1501–1736) public bathhouse within a former royal ensemble in the Iranian city of Qazvin.
Earlier in September the World Economic Forum (WEF) ranked Iran first in the world as a pocket-friendly destination.
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