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Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
To the north east of the Bam city, in the skirts of a gigantic rock is the foundations of a fortified castle, reputedly known as the Bam Citadel. This citadel was actually the old city of Bam. The city comprised of four sections and 38 watch towers. ...
City in 'Kerman' Province
City in 'Kerman' Province
The township of Bam is located to the east of KERMAN province, and lies at a distance of 1,283 km. from Tehran. To its north is the township of Kerman, to its west Bardseer, in the east is Jiroft and to the south lies the province of Sistan Va Baluchestan. ...
City in 'Kerman' Province
City in 'Kerman' Province
Capital city of Kerman Province, Famous for its strong cultural heritage, the city is one of the oldest in Iran. It is well-known for its thriving hand-woven carpet industry since the late 19th century
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Mil-e Naderi Fahraj (Naderi Tower in Fahraj) is constructed and beautifully adorned with bricks. This tower was a land mark of the times, so as to guide the caravans in the region of Bam and Fahraj en route Zahedan to Kerman. It is said that the same ...
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Close to the vicinity of The Old citadel (Arq-e-Qadeem) of Bam, is located a new tourist complex known as the new citadel (Arq-e-Jadid). This is a modern tourist resort with recreational areas and all the latest facilities for the welfare of visitors ...
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
Tourist Attraction in Bam (city)
The Fahraj village is at a distance of 58 km east of Bam. The ruins of two castles, surrounded by a moat can be noted here. Three kilometers east to the village is a relatively huge cemetry, where skeleton bones and other articles have been discovered. ...
Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
This vicinity is at a distance of 22 km. from Iranshahr (Iran Shahr). The Bampour River which takes its source in the northeast of Iran Shahr, after flowing westwards from the south of this region, ultimately flows into the Hamoon Jazmoorian. Bampour ...
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 Kerman (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kerman (city)
The province of Kerman in respect to its relief and natural terrain, encompasses elevated plains and vast desert spaces. Some of these such as the plains and summer residing quarters are taken advantage of as recreational areas. The plains of Shahdad, ...
Tourist Attraction in Kerman (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kerman (city)
The tribal life-style can be considered as one of the very interesting characteristics of this province, specially so in relation to tourist activities in the province of Kerman. The tribes of Kerman are in the vicinities of the skirts of the mountains ...
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