Isfahan is one of the main cities of Iran for the past history, and this city is one of the few valuable archaeological centers of the world and many of its ancient works have been recorded in the list of, UNESCO world heritage site. If it comes from the history of Isfahan, its history goes back to the depths of mythology and affairs The history of this city is connected to prophet Suleiman and Noah and on the other hand, the Shahnameh characters are introduced. The significance of Isfahan is so large that it is dedicated to most of the major encyclopedias of the world, and its travelogues are written down by its scholars from the merits of its exterior and its civilization is remarkable, as is the style of architecture, its philosophical school, and its legal scholarship. The encyclopedia enunciates the history of Isfahan is from the third century BC, but according to a series of studies, the historical existence of this city dates back to the third millennium BC. In the year 1000 AH, Shah Abbas I of the Safavid capital was transferred from Qazvin to Isfahan. At that time, the population of Isfahan reached a million and heavily expanded from the point of view of commercial and cultural centers. The vast streets and large streets of mosques and royal palaces are part of the city of Isfahan in this era. Isfahan was selected as the cultural capital of the Islamic world in 2006 and as the capital of Islamic culture and civilization in 2009 as well as the industrial capital of Iran after Tehran. The city is famous for its beautiful Islamic architecture and many beautiful boulevards, indoor bridges, beautiful tunnels, palaces, mosques and unique minarets. This has led that to name Isfahan half the world in Iranian culture.