Naqsh-e Jahan Square – A Gem in Isfahan

Among lots of new-built streets of Isfahan, you can find a hidden intact site that makes you forget all overwhelming issues and widens your horizons. It’s like you’ve used a time machine and flashed back to the Safavid time of Iran, named Naqsh-e Jahan Square. It’s not an ordinary square, it has seen many important […]

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Marnan Bridge

One of Isfahan’s oldest bridges running over Zayande rud river, Marnan bridge is a brick structure made in the Sassanid era. It isn’t clear when exactly the bridge was constructed, but it is believed that it was made during 224 to 651 A.D. after the building of Shahrestan Bridge. Marnan was rebuilt and renovated during […]

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Masjed-e Jāmé of Isfahan

Locally known as Masjed-e Jame or Masjed-e Jome, the Jame Mosque or Friday Mosque is Iran’s oldest mosque. Some features of the mosque have persisted through 1200 years, from the Abbasid era through to the Safavid dynasty. These remains show that this masterpiece of a building has been retouched or rebuilt a few times through […]

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Chehel Sotoun Palace

Located in Isfahan, adjacent to the royal Aliqapu palace, stands the largest and most luxurious building of the entire royal gardens as Chardin the French traveler of the 17th century describes it. The many historians who have visited this gem of the Safavid era in its time of glory, assure us that Chehel Sotoun was […]

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Qeysarie Bazaar

  Qeysarie bazaar, also known as Soltani Bazaar and Grand Bazaar, is one of the oldest bazaars in Isfahan which is located in the north side of Naqsh-e Jahan square. This bazaar was built in the 17th century and was one of the greatest trading centers in the Safavid era. Qeysarie includes different parts such […]

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Ali Qapu Palace

Ali-Qapu is a grand palace located in Naqshe Jahan square in Isfahan. It is on the west side of the square, exactly on the opposite side of Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. This 48 meter high palace was made by the order of Shah Abbas I in the early 17th century and it has six floors which […]

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Shah Mosque

The Masjid-i Imam, formerly known as Masjid-i Shah also known as Royal Mosque is regarded as a masterpiece of Persian architecture

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Isfahan City Center Complex

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Jolfa Neighborhood

Isfahan’s Jolfa neighborhood is one of the Armenian neighborhoods of Isfahan. In the first years of the Armenian migration to Isfahan, Armenians chose this neighborhood as their place of residence.  According to the order of Shah Abbas, the Armenians of Julfa of Nakhchivan migrated to Isfahan and first settled in Shamsabad, Isfahan, and over time, […]

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