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Read this article before visiting Naqsh-e Jahan square!
17
Jun
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Read this article before visiting Naqsh-e Jahan square!

Naqsh-e Jahan square in Isfahan Naqsh-e Jahan square is one of the most fascination iran tourism attractions that after Persepolis is the most popular attraction in Iran. Actually, it is impossible i...
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What to do on our trip to the Isfahan?
14
May
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What to do on our trip to the Isfahan?

Explore Isfahan attractions like a local! Here we are again with the most beautiful city of Iran and the most important one in iran tourism. A city that is called the half of the world. Isfahan. Isfa...
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Khaju bridge in Isfahan
19
Jan
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Khaju bridge in Isfahan

Khaju bridge in Isfahan Khaju bridge, a memorial to the Shah Abbas II settlements, with its functions such as the dam and the regulation of the flow of water, has been a masterpiece in building bridg...
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Menar Jonban in Isfahan
14
Jan
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Menar Jonban in Isfahan

Menar Jonban in Isfahan Menar Jonban is an interesting and weird name that refers to movable minarets that the most famous one of them is in Isfahan that has an important place in iran tourism. Ab...
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Naqsh-e Jahan Square
27
Oct
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Naqsh-e Jahan Square

Naqshe-Jahan square is a large rectangular square in the city of Isfahan, which is surrounded by Safavid era buildings. this Square has been shaped in modern times during the reign of Shah Abbas Safav...
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Isfahan Imam Mosque
25
Oct
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Isfahan Imam Mosque

Isfahan Imam Mosque is where that you’ll surround by art and history. By looking south of the Naqsh-e Jahan square, the huge turquoise dome and the tallest Minaret of the square show themselves...
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Hasht Behesht palace
24
Oct
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Hasht Behesht palace

The Hasht Behesht palace is a historical palace in the city of Isfahan, which was built during the Safavid era and in 1080 Lunar. The building was built in two floors in a large garden. Hasht Behesht...
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Si-o-se-pol Bridge
21
Oct
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Si-o-se-pol Bridge

The Si-o-se-pol Bridge or the bridge of Allah Verdi Khan is one of the historical bridges of the province of Isfahan with a length of 295 meters. The bridge was built on the orders of Allah Verdi Khan...
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Isfahan Music Museum
10
Oct
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Isfahan Music Museum

Isfahan is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Iran, where many tourists travel to the city every year. The historical, art and architecture attractions of Isfahan are countless. Ali Qapu...
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Ali Qapu Palace
26
Sep
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Ali Qapu Palace

Ali Qapu Palace is located in the west of the Naqsh-e-Jahan Square, facing the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in the city center of Isfahan. This palace is one of the most important architectural masterpiece...

Isfahan

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.