Imam Mosque (known as Shah Mosque before 1979 revolution) is a part of the complex of Naqsh-e Jahan Square (the main attraction of Isfahan). It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era.
Raja Passenger Train Company, an affiliate of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways, ran its first tourist train branded as “desert tourism train” between Tehran and Kashan in the northern part of Isfahan Province.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is a famous masterpiece of Iranian architecture, standing on the eastern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square — the first built of the four monuments of the square. The blend of modest shape and rich interior and exterior tile ornaments made the mosque one of the most recognizable tourist sites of Isfahan.
This bridge is located between Shiraz - Esfahan. It was built on "Khoshk" River of Shiraz, in the Al-e-Boyeh era and has been repaired for many times. The final repair and construction works have been performed in the Karim Khan Zand period(1185 AH).
This bridge belongs to the contemporary period, and was built during the Russian invasion to Iran. It is located on the old Arak - Esfahan Road. The main bridge was destroyed in a flood, and it was reconstructed again. The construction material used ...
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