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Boroujerdi House

Walking through this historic house full of memories, feelings, and character can take us to 19th century Iran. It’s like a trip back to the past time and feeling the authentic atmosphere of old residential areas. Boroujerdi House is just one of the must-see houses in Kashan, Isfahan Province. Some of the other attractions are [...]
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Hammam-e Khan Tea House & Restaurant

In the eastern end of Kashan’s main bazaar, a hidden gem lays waiting. It is tricky to find so make sure to get help from the locals. Hammam-e Khan is a restored traditional bathhouse turned into a restaurant. The main part consists of eight columns under a gorgeous dome, all made by bricks and designed [...]
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Manouchehri House Complex, Kashan

Khane Manouchehri, located near the old bazaar in Mohtasham Street, Kashan, is a restored Persian house, turned into a multi purpose hotel. The building has symmetrical harmony with white, radiant colors for walls and mud-bricks used for flooring. The owners were keen to revive traditional persian art and crafts. A section has been allocated for [...]
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Language Cafe

Language cafe, located in Rajaee Avenue, Kashan, is the perfect place to grab a bite and improve your language skills. English is the first language there and their superfriendly staff speak in English only. Tourists usually fall in love with this place. You can meet interesting people and participate in artistic, cultural conversations. Language cafe [...]
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The Kashan Toy And Puppet Museum

The Kashan Toy And Puppet Museum, Inside The Museum Kashan is a historical and cultural city. Naturally it holds many museums inside. The Toy and Puppet Museum is one of Kashan’s top attractions and holds the most famous of all historic toy collections. Walking through the museum and looking at old toys and puppets triggers [...]
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Agha Bozorg Mosque

Architecture Innovation is always risky, an adventurous soul should have the bravery to stand before the criticism of common people. Superstitious beliefs are always hard to break, but that is exactly what Ustad Haj Sa'ban-ali, the master architect of Agha Bozorg Mosque, did in his time. The Agha Bozorg Mosque has been one of Kashan’s [...]
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Khoresht Nokhod Alleh

Khoresht Nokhod Alleh ( Traditional Stew fro Kashan) Pea, Meat, Onion, Tomato, Tomato Sauce, Saffron, Lemon, Oil, Turmeric, Water, Rosewater, Cinnamon, Salt and Pepper. Fry onion and then add pea and meat to it, add turmeric and water and let it cook. Then add tomatoes, tomato sauce and saffron to it, at the end add […]

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Kateh Moatar

Kateh Moatar (Sort of Rice from Kashan) Kateh Moatar ingredients consist of white bean, rice, meat, salt and pepper, onion, turmeric, potato, oil, cinnamon and bayberry. Cook the bean in a pot, cook the rice separately and cook the meat in another pot and add pepper, salt, onion and bayberry to it, when the meat […]

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Jujui Tas Kebab

Jujui Tas Kebab Jujui Tas Kebab Ingredients; Meat, Onion, Eggplant, Pomegranate sauce, Salt, pepper and turmeric. Cut the onions, put them at the bottom of pan and put meat on them, add salt, pepper and turmeric on it, then add eggplants on them with the pills at least add tomatoes and water. When they cook add […]

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Kashan Carpet

Beautiful Kashan carpet has been crafted since the 17th century during the Safavid dynasty, with many scholars believing that some of the smaller silk designs date back to the early 16th century. Kashan was a holiday retreat for many of the rulers of the Safavid era, benefiting from stunning architecture and the city is renowned for […]

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Kashan Cookie

This Kashan cookie (Kolooche Kashan) is made of bran flour, sugar, oil, saffron, pistachio and cardamom. It was used from past in Noruz and nowadays its used in all ceremonies specially in Nowruz.  

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Kashan Baklava

Kashan Baklava is a kind of sweet which is used in ceremonies, celebrities and also is used as souvenir in Kashan. It’s made of Lavash(it’s a sort of dough), sugar, rosewater, almond, pistachio and walnut.

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