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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 Underground City of Kurd-e Olya

Introduction Kurd-e Olya is a village located in a rural district 100 km away from west of Isfahan. It is placed in foothills of Dalan Kouh of Zagros mountains. Although the temperatures vary, the average annual temperature fluctuates between cold in winters and mild in summers with the driest month being September. It has many [...]
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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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Vank Cathedral

Introduction The Armenian Quarter of Isfahan, Jolfa, has been home to one of the highly respected minorities in Iran. Jolfa is among the most famous neighborhoods in the city. Its liveliness and numerous cafes has made it the perfect spot for many locals and tourists to spend time in. Iranian Armenians have been residing in [...]
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Flowers Garden

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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Chama Ice Cave

Near Chelgard village in Kuhrang county, after 25 km and passing Sheikh-Alikhan village, in the middle of Zardkuh mountain in Zagros range, you will reach to one of the most unique ice caves in Iran. Chama ice cave is known as one of the biggest sources of fresh-water. A charming view of this cave is [...]
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Karkas Mountain

In the center of Iran, near Natanz, you will see one of the highest peaks in Iran, Karkas. This large mountain chain is stretched from Kashan to Ardestan for more than 100 km. Its 3895 meter peak is mostly covered with snow which adds to its visual beauties. The name Karkas (vulture) Probably comes from [...]
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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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Koohrang Fritillaria Tulips

Kuhrang county is in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province in the west side of Iran. The unending natural beauties of this county have made it a unique tourist attraction. Kuhrang waterfall, Chama ice cave and Sheikh-Alikhan waterfall are examples of these attractions. The weather of this area is mostly cool, that’s why the best time for [...]
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Isfahan Music Museum

Music is one of the defining characteristics of Isfahan. The city has played an important role in success of the Iranian traditional music. Isfahan music system, known as the Bayat-e Isfahan, is one of the well-known pieces of traditional music in Iran. The city has been the birthplace of numerous famous musicians and singers who [...]
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Si-o-Se Pol Bridge

Isfahan is famous for its collection of  bridges spanning the width of the Zayanderud river that runs through the heart of the city. One of the most famous bridges in Isfahan is Si-o-Se Pol, which literally translates to the “thirty-three gate bridge”. Si-o-Se Pol Bridge, also known as Allahverdi Khan bridge, is a Safavid era [...]
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A Two-Day Isfahan Itinerary for Your First Visit

A city in central Iran, Isfahan is a must-visit for its historical significance and its beautiful mosques, palaces and bridges. Isfahan was twice the capital of Persia, and many of its most striking buildings were constructed during the Safavid dynasty between the 16th and 17th centuries. The modern-day Isfahan is a charming mix of old [...]
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