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City in 'Semnan' Province
City in 'Semnan' Province
Semnan is located 216 kilometers east of Tehran in north central Iran. It is home to Semnani languages and is known as Seman locally.
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Semnan bazaar was constructed in the early Qajar period, and comprises of two sections, named as the northern and western sectors. The northern segment is vast, having numerous rows and alleys. Besides which there are three public bathes, five mosques, ...
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Semnan Central Mosque (Jame Mosque) was constructed in the 1st century AH on the site of the ruins of an ancient Fire Temple. Evidences can be noted here from the Mongol and Timurid periods. Its tall brick made porch on the western side of the courtyard, ...
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Due to natural features, such as being located in the mountainous or near the fringes of the desert the rural settlements of Semnan province uphold special characteristics. Such examples can be the vicinities of Shahmirzad, Sangsar, Padeh and Goorsepid. ...
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Handicrafts in this province are the following: Kilims or coarsely woven carpets, a variety of calico or 'block printed' articles, earthenware, ceramics, and hand woven articles can be picked up at the handicrafts center and bazaars.
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Founded under Fath-Ali Shah in the 1820s, this mosque is a large courtyard affair with four iwans at the cardinal points – the higher east and west ones offer a measured use of restrained colored brickwork. On Friday mornings the courtyard is filled with colorful carpets to prepare for lunchtime prayers.
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Situated in the center of Dasht-e Kavir, central Iran, Rig-e Jenn is one of the least-explored deserts in Iran. Locals still believe that the area is haunted by evil spirits or jinns.
City in 'Semnan' Province
City in 'Semnan' Province
Bastaam is a city in and capital of the Bastam District of Shahrud County, Semnan Province, Iran.
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
This fire temple is located in the Isfanjan locality of Semnan. This relic is from the pre-Islamic period and today only the ruins of the same are left to be seen.
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Semnan (city)
Mausoleum of Ala ud-Daula Simnani is located in the village of Sufi Abad (near Semnan), and is a remnant from the reign of Soltan Mohammad Khodabandeh dates back to the Ilkhanid era (1256-1353). To the same, the Sheikh added the 'Khaneqah' or ...
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