Here is a brief introduction of Isfahan must see places.
Also known as Imam square, this historical square is situated at the city centre of Isfahan, Constructed at 1598,naghshe jahan square has an important role in attracting tourists , and also is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. It’s considered a complex because it includes: Grand bazaar (where you can find Isfahan handcrafts), Ali qapu, Imam Mosque, Sheikh loft Allah mosque. All in one place .
It’s an historical bridge across the Zayandehrood River in Isfahan province; it dates back to safavid dynasty about 1650.This historical bridge serves as both a bridge, and a dam.
Sio se pol also known as allah Verdi khan bridge is the longest bridge among the eleven bridges of Zayandehrood. One of the masterpieces of safavid dynasty.
Vask cathedral is located at the Jolfa area the Armenian area of Isfahan. It was constructed at 1606, dedicated to thousands of Armenian people. Here is an interesting area that is really worth to visit.
Chehel soton means forty columns is a pavilion building located at the centre of a park at the heart of the Isfahan city dates back to safavid dynasty built by Shah abbas ll. This garden is among the UNICEF word heritage.
The Monar Jonban is a building consisting of two historical minarets located in Isfahan. It is constructed in the 14th century as the cover of Amu Abdollah Soqla grave. Its remarkable feature is that if one of the minarets is shaking, the other minaret will shake too.