Kerman Grand Mosque – Jameh Mosque of Kerman

The Jameh Mosque of Kerman is a 14th-century structure. The mosque has a rectangular courtyard with a big pool in the middle so fascinating

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Top Things to See and Do in Kerman – Home of Outstanding Deserts

In this article, we are going to learn about some of the top things to do in Kerman. Your Journey to Kerman will be adventures and pleasant

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Sanati Contemporary Arts Museum – Kerman

If you love museums and contemporary art you will love Sanati Contemporary Arts Museum in Kerman. It is one of the top attractions in Kerman.

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Harandy Garden Museum – Kerman

Harandy Garden Museum is a historic complex with a beautiful garden with an archeology museum and a museum of musical instruments.

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Keshit Waterfall, Kerman, Iran

The more time you spend in Kerman, the more surprised you will be. This vast province has a lot of breathtaking spots at every turn. Kerman shows you strangely striking sights that will remain once for a lifetime experience. Today TapPersia is going to take you to a wonderful waterfall in Iran. A waterfall located […]

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Fath-Abad Garden, Kerman, Iran

Kerman province has many unique sights and attractions to marvel at. From Lut desert and Shahdad Kluts to Shahzadeh garden and its historical bazaar. Among them, there are historical attractions that are less known to the public; such as the Fath-Abad mansion and garden. It is also known as the garden of Bigler Beigi that […]

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Gonbad-e Jabaliye (Jabaliyeh Historical Dome ), Kerman, Iran

Kerman is one of the most popular cities in Iran and one of the top tourist attractions. For more people when you say Kerman, Arg-e Bam pops into their minds. But besides Arg-e Bam that is a huge Iranian historical attraction, this large province has a lot more fabulous sites to explore and marvel at. […]

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Lut Desert (Dashte-e Lut)

Lut literally means plain, bare, waterless, and grassless. And Lut Desert has all these qualities. And “Dasht” means “a plain”. Lut is a desert in the southeast of Iran. A location between South Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchestan, and Kerman. 175 thousand square kilometers wide, it includes one-tenth of Iran’s area. Lust Desert is the 25th […]

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Shazdeh Garden

Shazdeh Garden (aka Shahzadeh Garden) is one of the 9 registered Persian Gardens on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The registered Persian Gardens roots date back to the early years of the Achaemenids Empire (6th century BC), and they all share the same design principles, no matter where in the country they are located. The […]

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Moayedi Ice-house

Controlling water resources has always played an important part in the lives of people who live in the deserts of Iran. Qanāts, water reservoirs (Āb Anbār) and ice houses (Yakhchāl) are some of the finest examples of creative methods used by Iranians throughout history to control, transport and store limited water supplies. Ice houses have […]

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Arg-e Bam

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Arg-e Bam (Bam Citadel) is the biggest adobe (clay-based) building in the world and is located in the city of Bam in Kerman. The origins of Arg-e Bam traces back to the Achaemenids Empire (6 – 4 centuries BC), however, it reached its peak from the 7th to […]

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Kerman National Library

The National Library of Kerman used to be a spinning and weaving textile factory back in the Qajar era (1929). Founded by some of the wealthy families of Yazd, Kerman and Rafsanjan. The factory went bankrupt due to the special political conditions of the second Pahlavi era. After being restored from many years of abandonment, […]

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