Vank Cathedral

The presence of Christians in Iran has caused churches to be built in our country. One of them is called Vank Church, which is located in the Jolfa neighborhood of Isfahan and invites you to drink a sip of art, history, and peace. A place that is not only famous for its architecture and artistic […]

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Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque

On the eastern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square stands the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the first of the square’s four monuments and an iconic example of architecture in Iran. The mosque is one of the most well-known tourist attractions in Isfahan thanks to its combination of simple design and lavish interior and exterior tile embellishments. About […]

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Chehel Sotoun Palace

One of Iran’s most exquisite structures is Isfahan‘s Chehel Sotoon (also Chehel Sotoun) Palace. The “Forty Column Palace,” also known as Chehel Sotoon, is a well-preserved reminder of the Safavid Empire’s dominion in Iran. Its amazing and distinctive 17th-century architecture amazes tourists. One of its great attractions is the magnificent mural art of Chehel Sotoun. […]

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Hasht Behesht Palace

The blessed capital of the Safavid kings, Isfahan, with a wide range of historical monuments in various parts of the city, is a great destination for domestic and foreign tourists. In every corner of the historical fabric of Isfahan, you can see the works of Safavid kings. In the meantime, the palaces, gardens and mansions […]

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Hammam-e Ali Gholi Agha

Ali Gholi Agha Historical Public Bath(ali gholi agha hammam) is located in Isfahan, a province of Iran. Ali Gholi Agha is located on the northern part of the Zayenderood River and downtown Chahar Bagh (a neighborhood in Isfahan). Ali Gholi Agha’s public bath is a part of a larger structure that includes a bazaar, mosque, […]

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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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An Ultimate Guide to Visit Si-o-Se Pol; A Safavid Architectural Masterpiece

Si o Se Pol; Isfahan’s Remarkable Site not to Miss You may have heard the proverb “Isfahan Nesf-e Jahan” meaning “Isfahan is half of the world” which refers to the huge number of Isfahan’s natural and historic sites so that it encompasses half of the world’s beauties. Isfahan was enlarged under the command of Shah […]

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Javaheri Historical House, A Window to Persian Traditional Art

On one of the old streets of Isfahan City, Javaheri House is located. This house is a national heritage and dates back to the Qajar era. However, it’s not only noticeable because of the historical aspect, but the cultural, artistic side is also remarkable. The reason is Iran National Heritage Organization has allowed some artisans […]

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Moshir-al-molk Historical House

There is a traditional house in one of the oldest streets of Isfahan which dates back to the Safavid era and Qajar dynasty. This house was actually the merge of the Safavid era work of art. This historical house is a delightful space including a library, gallery and elegant halls. The Moshir-al-molk Historical House is […]

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The Bedkhem Church

The Bedkhem (Bethlehem) Church is an Armenian Apostolic church in the Jolfa quarter in Isfahan, Iran. The city itself is nicknamed Nesf-e Jahān, “Half of the World,” so that puts this church in the center of the world. History This church is built in Safavid dynasty in Shah Abbas I era, by famous Armenian merchant […]

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Flowers Garden – An Enchanting Garden at the Heart of Isfahan

One of the most remarkable places in Isfahan is flowers garden. This beautiful garden is located in the south-east of Bozorgmehr square, right next to the Zayandehrud river. This garden was completed in 1997 for different purposes such as research, education and entertainment. At the entrance of the garden you can see a building with […]

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Khaju Bridge

The historical bridges of Isfahan are among the most iconic landmarks of this city. Among these bridges, Si-o-Seh Pol and Khaju Bridge are definitely the most loved ones. Khaju Bridge, with its unique architecture and multi-purpose design is considered the city’s finest bridge. The important thing to consider when talking about Khaju is that it […]

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