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Tag: Kashan

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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-house

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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Abouzeid Abad Desert

Iran’s deserts have beautiful and untouched attractions. From the north to the south of Iran is full of unique desert areas. Maranjab desert, Varzaneh Desert, Abouzeid abad Desert, Mesr Desert and many others which we introduce them in this article Abouzeid abad desert in Kashan is one of the famous desert expanse of Iran and […]

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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

Kashan is a city what’s common on the route of travelers who are on their way to Isfahan and probably Yazd hereinafter. Kashan is a traditional Iranian city with many sights, stories and surrounding attractive villages to discover. Visit the traditional houses, especially Tabatabai, Brujerdi, Ameri and Abbasi house. These houses feature an incredible architecture, […]

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Tomb of Kamal-ol-Molk

Nishapur (Neyshabur) is one of the counties of Razavi Khorasan province. It is a small city but there are different attractions that have made this city known for many people from around the world. Nishapur is known as the oldest ancient area of great Khorasan, which is still inhabited. UNESCO held the “Nishapur, the sustainable […]

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abbasi-house

Abbāsi House

Kashan is mostly known for its mesmerizing historic houses. Each house has its own story to tell; therefore, it is enjoyable to visit all of them. One of the most beautiful historic houses in Kashan is the Abbasian Historical House, which like many other houses in the city dates back to the Qajar era. Visiting this […]

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Yazd

Yazd

Yazd is a desert city in central Iran and the capital of the Yazd province. It is an ancient city dating back to the Sassanian period (224-651 AD). It is nicknamed “the City of Windcatchers” in Persian, and in 2017 it was listed by UNESCO as a world heritage. The desert city of Yazd is as picturesque as Middle Eastern cities come. […]

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Carpet Museum

Carpet Museum

Iranian carpets are one of the unique masterpieces created by Iranians since antiquity. Although they are known as Persian carpets, they have been made by various ethnic groups in Iran based on the same traditions and techniques. The facade of the museum resembles the carpet-weaving loom. It also comprises of two floors to display different […]

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Kashan’s Historical Homes

Kashan’s Historical Homes

Hiding behind the town’s high mud-brick walls are hundreds of large traditional houses built by wealthy merchants, monuments to the importance of Kashan as a Qajar-era commercial hub. Built during the 19th century, most have long since been divided into smaller homes and many are literally turning to dust. A few, however, have been restored […]

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