Located 40 km northwest of Natanz, on the slopes of Karkas Mountain, a village called Abyaneh. This village should be considered one of the most exceptional villages in Iran due to the validity of its monuments and monuments. Abyaneh is a scenic spot with favorable weather conditions as well as a 4,000-year-old history. During the Safavid period, when the Safavid kings toured Natanz, many of their closest and courtiers preferred to settle in the village. The structural texture of the village houses is a scroll shaped in three periods of Seljuk, Safavid, and Qajar. Most houses are made in cubic form with a wooden door and window grill, which is stacked on top of each other. The old buildings of the village, covered with red soil, are on a steep slope of the gray mountain range, as the flames of fire dancers are seen on the ashes. This red soil has the potential to grow stronger as rain. The language of the Abyane is Farsi with special dialect accents, which are very different from conventional accents in other areas. Wearing traditional clothes is still popular amongst the people of the village, and they have a special emphasis on it. Men, long pants and black cloth and women wear a large shirt of colorful and colorful fabrics. In addition, Abyane women usually wear white chains. The most important monument and monument of this village is the mosque. The oldest monument of this mosque is the wooden decoration of the mosque that was built in 466 AH. The oldest mosque of Abyaneh is a mosque with a sepulchral atmosphere, which is carved on the base of the eastern part of the mosque in 701 AH, indicating that the building is related to the period of the Ilkhanites. The other mosque of Abyaneh is the Hajtokh Mosque, which is located along the rocks and in the mountains, and is located on the entrance of the nave of the year 952 AH. It is observed. A fire temple is also called Harpark fire temple in this village. The fire was considered as an example of the Zoroastrian temples built in mountainous communities. The village houses are entirely built on a sloping slope north of the Brasgrove river. As the flat roofs of the lower houses create the upper courtyard of the house, and no wall will surround them. As a result, Abyaneh in the first place seems to be a multi-storey village, which can be seen in some cases up to four floors. The old houses of Abyaneh are also home to Gholam Nader Shah and the house of the late Hossein Kashani. In addition, the village of Abyaneh has two shrines, one of which is the shrine of Prince Issa and Prince Yahya in the south of the village, which, according to the inhabitants, were the sons of Imam Musa Kazem, and the other shrine of the village of Abyaneh is also called Hinza. The village also has a The hotel is named after Abyaneh. The best season is to travel to Abyaneh is spring and summer. Of course, autumn and winter also have their own beauty and audience, and during these days, the Abyaneh hotel's seasonal tours can be used. The days of Nowruz, Tasua and Ashura, many visitors come to Abyaneh to see this historic village. The main job of people is Abyaneh, agriculture, horticulture and animal husbandry, which is managed by traditional methods. Most women work with men in economic affairs. Of course, in the past, weaving women were one of the most well-earned women in Abyaneh, although today this activity has been very small. The village is also accessible through the Kashan-Natanz road and the Kashan-Isfahan highway. The path from Kashan to Natanz to Abyaneh is about 22 km away, which is a beautiful and green road. This pathway is quite mountainous and valley-like and surrounded by gardens full of trees. The Abyaneh Historical Village of Isfahan Province was registered as a national monument in Iran on August 30, 1354, with the registration number 1089.