Qeysarie Bazaar

The Qeysarie Gate is a historically significant gateway to Isfahan’s major market and is included in the Naqsh-e Jahan Square complex, which is Isfahan’s primary tourist destination. The gate is one of two locations in Isfahan that are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, along with Naqsh-e Jahan Square. The Grand Bazaar of Isfahan, […]

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Alexander’s Prison in Yazd

About Alexander’s Prison Iskandar Prison or Alexander’s Prison, also known as Ziaiyeh School, is one of the historical attractions of Yazd city. And it is very famous because of its obscure history. The entrance to this building is very short; But after entering the courtyard of the school, the grandeur of this historical building with […]

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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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The Grand Bazaar of Tabriz

Tabriz, located in the northwest of the country, is one of Iran’s tourism hubs. This city hosts valuable heritage with its rich historical and cultural background. Also, due to its geographical location, it has various natural attractions. In 2018, Tabriz was introduced as a model city for tourism in the Islamic world. This metropolis welcomes […]

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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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Historic Abyaneh Village; A Village in Red

A respectable neighbor of Kashan called the Abyaneh Village has red-stepped homes and mud-brick lanes on the hillside of the magnificent mountains(Kashan tour). Each Iranian would take pride in seeing Abyaneh village and preserving a snapshot of it in his or her book since it is a must-see village in all of Iran that one […]

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The Ancient Cypress Tree of Abarkouh

Introduction When you think about the oldest biological creatures alive in the world, you may consider bacteria which in some cases have been frozen and alive for 500,000 years. Although some scientists believe that in order to be considered the oldest, there should be a continuous metabolism in that creature and bacteria cheat nature with […]

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Abbasian House of Kashan – An Aristocratic Day in Kashan

We would love to ask you to join Tappersia, today. And walk with us to the Abbasian House of Kashan. It is one of the historical attractions of this city. They call it the masterpiece of Iranian architecture. And for sure, it has attracted the attention of many tourists. With its inner rooms and special […]

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Niavaran Palace

The Niavaran Palace Complex is the palace where the last royal family of Iran, the Pahlavi family, resided before leaving the country. In 1958, the former Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi ordered the former building that remained from the era of Fath Ali Shah Qajar to be dismantled and for this new palace to […]

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The Glorious Shams Ol-Emareh Mansion, Golestan Palace

Shams Ol-Emareh is the most prominent building in Golestan Palace and the most distinctive building on the east side of the complex.

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