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Tag: Isfahan Province

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Grand Bazaar in Kashan

Bazaars are important axes of cities in Iran, which have witnessed important political, cultural, economic, and religious events during the history. Traditional bazaars consist of shops, caravansaries, mosques, bathhouses, and water reservoirs. This highlights the role of bazaars as not only centers for business transactions, but also social hubs where you can feel a vibrant […]

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Safa Traditional House

Kashan is the city of flowers and roses in Iran which everyone knows it with its fragrant rose scent. The city is full of historic and spectacular houses that you can visit during your trip. You can also see the gardens and nature, as well as visit the historic houses of this city. The sights of […]

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Jameh Mosque Of Kashan

The Jameh mosque of Kashan is known for its more than 800 years as the oldest mosque in Kashan. It was registered in 1315 with the number 252 as one of the national historical monuments of Iran. Kashan’s Jameh mosque is the oldest monument of the city, dating back to the Agha Bozorg Mosque in the Seljuk […]

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Pouneh Zar Waterfall

Pouneh zar waterfall is located in the 25 kilometers of the west of Fereidun Shahr (Fereidun city) that the source of that is from the heights of central Zagros. Pouneh zar waterfall is the 6th highest waterfall of whole Iran. It’s one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Iran and emanates from Zagros. Exploring Pouneh-zar (Puneh-zar) waterfall, […]

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Mollabashi historical house

Mollabashi or Motamedi house is one of the historic houses of Isfahan which dates back to the Zandieh era and was purchased during the rule of Zell-e Sultan in Isfahan by Mollabashi, the astronomer of Naser al-Din Shah. Mr. Motamedi bought this house in 2001 and repaired the damaged parts of the house. This house […]

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Aran va Bidgol

Aran va Bidgol is a city and capital of Aran va Bidgol county, Isfahan province, Iran. The area originally consisted of two distinct and separate villages named “Aran” and “Bidgol”. Each village had its own customs, social communications, and dialect. It was situated near the silk road and many caravans passed it on their way from Europe to orient. […]

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