Monuments and Attractions in Isfahan and Around


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The mystery of website’s logo: Every city has its own character

If you are familiar with Zodiac signs, you find the logo similar to Sagittarius sign. Sagittarius sign is the ninth sign of the zodiac, represented by an animal that is half horse and half human, which some people believe affects the character and life of people born between November 23 and December 21.

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Takhte Fulad

Takht-e Foulad: Takht-e Foulad: A 800-year Old Cemetery in Esfahan

Takht-e Foulad is the fifth most important ancient cemetery of the Islamic word. The first written source that mentions the site is an 11th-century historical book, which reports that Takht-e Foulad held grave of the Israeli prophet Yushea (Prophet Joshua) son of Noah…

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Khaju Bridge

The Secrets of Khaju Bridge over the Zayandeh-Rud River in Isfahan

It is the most beautiful of all historical bridges in Esfahan. It is named after a neighbouring district, but an various periods it was also known as the Royal, the Zoroastrian, the Hassan Abad, or the Baba Rokn od-Din Bridge.,…

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Siosepol Bridge

Why Siosepol is Called 33 Bridges in Native Spoken Languages of Iranians (Farsi)?!

There are several reason to travel to Isfahan. First of all, Isfahan has many monuments to visit and the variety of architecture and constructions as well as nature and handy crafts. The prices on accommodation and food are reasonable and more over…

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Chehelsotun in Isfahan

 let’s step into one of the most magnificent palaces of old times: Chehelsotun 

A beautiful sunny day. It’s December and there was a little snowfall yesterday, so you could easily find the footprints of Lady Snow here and there. The tempreture is around 12 degrees C and I’m feeling perfectly fine today. Now let’s step into one of most magnificent palaces of old times together again. Another in heritence …

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Zayanderud

  Walking Alonside the ZayandeRud River: Kalle Bridge to BaghBahaduran

 There are a lot of attractions in Isfahan’s country, specially in the bank of the Zayanderoud, the river which starts from Kouhrang in Chahrmahal to Gavkhouni marsh . In this journey, I want to introduce a 4-hours walking in the bank of Zayanderoud river from an ancient bridge to a recreational village.

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Hasht-Behesht Palace

What Reminds You of Isfahan as a Garden City: Hash-Behesht Palace

“This palace is built in Safavid governing complex, and in the center of Bolbol (nightingale) garden in the early of Shah Soleyman’s kingdom in 1080 A.H. There are several stories for the naming of this place, one is the function of diamond shape structure in different sections of this pavilion such as rooms, …

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 Ali Mosque and Its Mesmerizing Minaret

The Ali mosque was originally constructed during Seljuk period but it was renovated in Safavid times. The mosque was named after the first shiite Imam, Ali. It is one of the most important religious building in Esfahan….

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