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Iranian Architect wins “Aga Khan” Award for unique design

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Iran's Tabriz to host first ACD tourism ministers conference

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Pasargad tourist village, a wooden arbor

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Iran most expensive hotels

Iran most expensive hotels

All over the world five star hotels are graded over their services and facilities, they provide the travelers with. Infrastructure, sports and recreation facilities, indoor facilities, number of existing restaurants with a great variety of dishes, type of staffing services and their training in dealing with customers and many other factors determine the number of hotel stars internationally. However, in Iran, the rating of hotels and the granting of stars is a little bit different. Perhaps that is why the standardization of hotels in the country has not yet ended. In Iran, what more than the service can promote the stars, architecture and interior decoration and their exterior, but in this article, you are being introduced to the six most expensive hotels in Iran. The prices of five star hotels in Iran are very close, and the reason why choosing 10 expensive hotels is very difficult, but what is certain is that these six hotels are slightly more expensive compared to other hotels in the country. The room prices for these hotels are due in September.
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Eshrat Abad palace

Eshrat Abad palace

The mangrove mansion of Eshrat Abad also known as the Eshtakad Abad Palace. It is located in the eastern part of Tehran, at northeast part of Tehran, outside the Shemiran gate between the Negarestan (Baharestan square) and the Qajar palace (Qasr prison). The permafrost mansion, related to the Qajar period, is located in the current Sepah Square, at the current site of Ishtrabad Garrison or Vali Asr Garrison. In the year 1291, Nasir al-Din Shah, after returning from his first trip, ordered Farah to build a castle between the Qajar palace or the prison of the present palace and the garden of the Negarestan or the current Ministry of Guidance, and establish a four-story building. The palace was built and gradually renamed the castle of Eshrat Abad, because the Shah transferred his women to this place. Paleolithic mansion was located in the heart of Ashraf-e-Abad, with its vast palaces and palaces. In the middle of the garden, there was a dock, a fountain, and various fountains. Around this large pond, nearly thirty small houses were made of two semi-circular wares, which opened at the center of the pond in their windows and now it remains the entire collection of the only main palace. The garden was the most important venue for the wedding ceremony and entertainment of the king, in which the permafrost building was constructed in the form of a four-story tower that covered the roof of the fourth floor of the gable, and the third floor, had a shrine with a mirror of work and Mogharnas. The palace, such as the Royal Palace, the Palace of Firoozeh and the Palace of Niavaran, built in the periphery of Tehran, enjoyed much of the ceremony. After the overthrow of the dynasties of Qajar dynasty, this garden and palace with the houses of the dock for the use of garrisons were handed over to the township and henceforth they were called the "city of war" or "shrine" barracks. This work was registered on April 23, 1966 with the registration number 648 as one of the national works of Iran, but due to the location of the palace area inside a garrison, there is no public access at all. However, the municipality of Tehran in the mid-eighties began the construction of the crossing of the highway Sayyad Shirazi outside the complex that provided the area of liberation part of the barracks to provide the Ashraf Abad Palace outside the garrison, the palace still inside the barracks fence.
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Yazd city in the UNESCO World Heritage List

Yazd city in the UNESCO World Heritage List

The historical city of Yazd, one of the largest cities in the world, has been ranked as the first historic city in Iran and the 21st country in the UNESCO World Heritage list, along with the latest news. For nearly 9 years, the Yazd Historical City File has been listed on the World Heritage List, but today, at the forty-first meeting of the World Heritage Committee, the city was named UNESCO as one of the world's largest cities of brickwork. Despite the fact that there were concerns about the UNESCO deficiencies before the start of the conference, there were a number of constructions in the city's historical context, but at the Polish summit, the city recorded UNESCO. It should be noted that in previous years, unconventional construction in Yazd was a serious problem for the city to register. The 41st session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee is taking place on July 11 in the city of Krakow, Poland, during which time a number of world works will arrive. And Happily Yazd City get to that achievement to be mentioned as the oldest city of Iran Country. [(img)|1035716036631001B] [(img)|1035717036631001B]
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Dinosaur footprint in Iran

Dinosaur footprint in Iran

The dinosaurs, the gigantic creatures that lived on Earth for millions of years ago and the huge meteorite that hit Earth 65 million years ago extinct them and 75% of the Earth's living creatures. The dinosaurs dominated the Earth for about 165 million years, and a variety of them were created at different times. The idea we have in mind about these creatures is the same picture we already have seen in childhood cartoons or book stories. You might think there are no signs of dinosaurs in Iran, but this is not the case, and in the province of Kerman, so far, there have been many effects of dinosaurs, so that among the Middle Eastern countries there are some places where there is a dinosaur fossil, Come along with you. In addition, they are only appears in Places on Earth just like the Jurassic world! In the northern province of Kerman, there are a lot of coal, which shows that in the distant past here there was a plant and animal life. If you pass through the natural history museum of Kerman, you can see many fossils from animals living in this area, as well as animal tracks on past sediments. In search of finding, the remains of the dinosaurs in the area there were always only a few tracks until the first team including Iranians and Brazilians succeeded around Zarand, teeth of the meat-eater dinosaurs and a number of bones. This dinosaur, 180 million years ago, part of the trace was lost due to neglect. Prior to that, Fransschi researchers, about 40 years ago, were able to find dinosaur remains near Kerman and took it to the Natural History Museum of Paris without the knowledge of the Iranians. If you are interested in seeing the wildlife and the environment and seeing the trail of dinosaurs appealing to you, go to the Museum of Nature and Wildlife in Darabad in Tehran. This museum is open until the end of the year, from 8am to 8pm, and in the autumn between 8am and 6pm, and you can see the effects of the dinosaur footprint in addition to seeing different types of Iranian wildlife. The vegetarian dinosaur, which is 2.5 meters high and about 6 meters long, lived about 150 million years ago, and used like kangaroos only from its back legs. This trail, measuring 42 × 25 cm, with a depth of 4 cm, has been found on corrugated sandstones and found in Shemshak Kerman. In 1380, a group of experts from the museum went to Kerman to prepare a footprint to study more.
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First Iranian Recreational Winter Collection is being made in Kish Island

First Iranian Recreational Winter Collection is being made in Kish Island

Soon, on the beautiful island of Kish, a winter recreational package is being built, which as the first winter recreation complex in Iran can have a huge impact on improving the tourism industry in Iran. The first stage of this collection will begin in the spring of 1397. The details of this event is as here under: The beautiful island of Kish will soon be the first Iranian winter recreation complex. The president of the Kish Free Zone , Mr. Monesen, said that in recent years, several recreational projects such as the "Snowy Hotel or Penguin" is being added to the Kish region, which can be used even in hot weather, sports and winter and snowy entertainments. To improve Kish tourism, he said that the hotels are not just a place to sleep and relax and that the hotel itself can be among attractions and have the potential to spent all day long in it. He also mentioned that: the hotels that have been assigned are supposed to have a new issue, in order to compete with neighboring countries and increase travel to Iran. Apparently, the first snowboard hotel in the UAE has been built and Iran will have the second largest hotel of this type. This Wintery hotel features include: The snowy hotel project manager said the winter recreational complex is planning to be 19,000 square meters in size and is going to be built in two stages. In the first stage, the focus is on the recreational sector of this complex, which is called snow land and will have a lot of charm. In the second part, the focus will be on building a 16-story hotel with 124 rooms and suites. To build this complex, 80 billion USD worth of credit is needed.
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Travelling to Iran by Bike

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An Italian runner wants to go on an 80-km-long day in the Lut desert

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China Ambassador suggestion for Iran tourism Maerket

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Narenjestan Qavam garden in Shiraz

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Narenjestan Qavam garden in Shiraz

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Narenjestan Qavam garden in Shiraz

Narenjestan Qavam garden in Shiraz

One of the best sights in Shiraz is the Garden of Narenjestan Qavam in Shiraz, which has always been of interest to both domestic and foreign tourists both in terms of architecture and its glorious past. Stay with Aysham to learn more about the amazing garden that must not be missed in Iran tour. Narenjestan Qavam Garden is located in Shiraz city and in the city's high-rise neighborhood near Lotf Ali Khan Zand, and is one of the historical tourist destinations in Shiraz. This building belonged to the Qajar era and belonged to one of the great clans of that time called Ghavamolmolk's family, and was in fact a place for meetings of Qajar elders, tribunals and public places. The garden has many spectacular views, and its unique architecture is one that attracts attention at the very first glance, an impressive architecture of mirror-work elements, tiling, carvings and carvings from that era to Today, it is one of the masterpieces. The design of the Narenjest Qavam Gardens in Shiraz has been based on the principle of symmetry, meaning that the porch or garden mirror in the middle and the rooms are aligned horizontally to the left and right. On the walls of the porch, there are beautiful stucco molding, which is a real example of the art of the Qajar era. In addition, the entire floor of the hall has been decorated with white and blue tiles which added to it prettiness. See all these details carefully. In the case of the ceiling of this mansion, it should also be said in the side rooms of the mirror hall, the ceilings are more than wood, but not so simple and completely carved. However, after entering the main room adjacent to the porch, you will face a mirror ceiling and a stunningly beautiful stylus that can keep you busy for hours. The Narenjest Qavam Garden in Shiraz was built in 1257 to 1267 and in the Dwarven monarchy of Nasir al-Din Shah Qajar. This garden was built on the orders of a person named Ali Mohammad Khan Ghavam and consists of two parts of the garden and the ender (inside the building). This building was donated to Shiraz University in 1345 by the person named Ibrahim Qavamolmolk and is now one of the best tourist attractions in Shiraz, which is visited free of charge and attracts many toursits daily.
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restoration of Hafez Tomb

restoration of Hafez Tomb

Director General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Fars province announced the restoration of some parts of Hafez ( Iranian Great poet) has been started. According to what he said, restoration of the tomb of Hafez has been implemented in the reinforcing areas of the sides of the porch, the cleaning and unblocking of wooden doors and windows, as well as the local repair of the set in the required places. Amiri announced the credit allocated for restoration of this complex of 70 million tomans and declared its location as national credits. The historical cultural complex of Hafeziah belongs to the period of Mozaffaridin shah, which was registered on December 1, 1959 in the number 1009 in the national monuments list.
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See the meteor shower tonight in all parts of Iran Beautiful country sky

See the meteor shower tonight in all parts of Iran Beautiful country sky

At midnight, August 21, until the morning of August 22, there is an interesting phenomenon in the sky: the phenomenon of meteor shower, which is visible throughout Iran's sky and you, can easily see it because of the moon's lack of light. Come along to explore the meteor shower. If you are a bit familiar with astronomy, you may have heard something about the phenomenon of meteor shower. This precipitation is one of the most important annual rainfall in the world of astronomy, which is caused by the masses left by the Swift Comet, with a maximum hourly torque of 100. This trail takes 130 years to complete its orbit around the earth, and the duration of this phenomenon is about a month from about the 23rd of July to the third of September. Although this phenomenon takes about a month, it reaches its peak on a special day, which is August 22 of each year. Meteor shower Today, with the advent of astronomical equipment, it is precisely known that the origin of this precipitation is somewhere near the boundary of this constellation with another constellation called the Essence of Alkis, something that the past astronomers were not aware of, and the origin of the precipitation was mistakenly taken by the constellation. They knew that's why the name of this phenomenon is the same to this day. Watching rain meteors If you are interested in this astronomical phenomenon, you will enjoy seeing this beautiful phenomenon on midnight Saturday, August 21st, until Sunday morning. This constellation appears at midnight from the northeast horizon, and you do not need to see thorough any special equipment. Just scroll down a few artificial city lights to see the rain meteor that is visible throughout the sky of Iran. Hope you enjoy this beautiful happening.
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A new matter in Isfahan emam mosque

A new matter in Isfahan emam mosque

During the archaeological excavations carried out at the Imam Mosque in Isfahan, several new channels dating back to 400 years of age were discovered at a depth of four meters above Earth's surface. Director General of Cultural Heritage and Tourism said that more tunnels are likely to be discovered. The discovery of these tunnels can help to attract more foreign tourists and improve the tourism industry in Isfahan. Imam Mosque in Isfahan In recent excavations conducted at Imam Mosque in Isfahan, a 12-meter tunnel on the east and west route and a 34-meter tunnel on the northern route of the waterway have been discovered. Mr. Fereydoun, Director General of Cultural Heritage and Tourism has said after finding the two main tunnel, several tunnels smaller again fell out, over the years, and after that the excavation of the tunnel News They have been discovered to illustrate the elegance and complexity of the design of these tunnels. Imam Square complex is located in the heart of the city of Isfahan, dating back to the Safavid era, so it is unlikely that there will be a larger, more complex water supply network underground. Apparently, archaeologists have succeeded in exploring these 4-meter depths after six months of exploration after six months, after which they intend to continue their new discoveries, apart from the restoration of the old waterways. Finding these new waterways and discoveries can help to capture the depth of the mosque's delicacy, helping the tourism industry in Isfahan to attract more tourists. This mosque reflects the beautiful architecture of the Safavid era and the style of Islamic architecture, and is renowned for its beautiful appearance and awe-inspiring decorations.
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The Tabas Tabernacle land have been mentioned in the National Iranian Book List

The Tabas Tabernacle land have been mentioned in the National Iranian Book List

The Tabas Tabernacle land, which was proposed for national registration on August 17th, was listed on the National Iranian Book List, followed by this newsletter. Tabas land According to the Natural Heritage Registry Office of the Cultural Heritage of South Khorasan Province, 120 km south of Tabas and in the northernmost part of the Neyaband Wildlife Refuge, a region called the Tabas Tabernacle Land, is located. The reason why this black earth region is said is that the soil is covered with volcanic rocks and lava. The rocks of this region are made of basalt, which is considered as an external igneous rock. Due to the activities of the Nayband fault and the eruption of these rocks by several volcanoes on the surface of the Earth, they have created a beautiful region, which is similar to the surface of the spheres The solar system. The area is 16 kilometers long and 15 kilometers wide and is one of the attractions of Tabas city. Tabas is black zone in appearance, similar to Barani Shahdad wheat in Kerman.
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Rhine citadel

Rhine citadel

All or at least most of us know Kerman with its bamchal organ, which is the largest brick building in the world, but unfortunately, it was badly damaged during the earthquake that occurred several years ago in the city of Bam. But Kerman does not only have this citadel, in fact, near the city of Kerman, there is a very important, valuable and, of course, a different citadel, which, in some sources, is said to be the second largest brick building in the world after the Bam Arg, The name is the Rhine Citadel. Your visit will take you to another corner of our beloved Iran, the province of Kerman, to make this beautiful citadel more familiar to you. The Rhine is the name of a historical fortune in Kerman province and 100 km from Kerman. The building is about twenty-two thousand square meters and dating back to the Sassanian era, it's interesting to note that it was silent even until 150 years ago. When we look at this building, we see a brick-and-mortar structure that can be distinguished from its appearance by its full color and smell. At the entrance of this citadel, there is a small chamber, which in the past has been used as a place to control the arrival and departure of people to the citadel. A bit from the date of the Rhine Citadel The organ dates back to the Sassanian era, and some of the sources that exist today say that this citadel existed during the reign of Yazdgarm III, a period that was accompanied by an Arab attack with Kerman but they could not enter the citadel. Some people know the citadel of the Renaissance as the organ of Mirza Hussein Khan, because at the time of Nadir Shah Afshar was one of the fortresses of his rule. Inside the Rhine It is not clear; however, exactly how the Rhine Ridge was built at the time, because in the sources it is available, its existence is attributed to different periods, although sources that are more reliable refer to the Sassanian era. Regarding the architecture of the Rhine Citadel, it is said to be an adobe and a large building that can be seen at the top of its walls in regular congresses. It's interesting to know that there is everything inside this citadel, from the houses of the land to the local communities, the school of the house, the fire temple, the market and the warehouse ... This citadel has been renovated and renovated many times. What has the organ used in the past? The Rhine Citadel has been in a very good position due to its location on the Kerman route to Bandar Abbas, and as a result, it has become a trading center for the very reason that it was the cause of the Citadel's expedition. At the entrance to the citadel, you can clearly see the location of blacksmiths and people who have been engaged in tooling and metalworking in the past. How to go to the Rhine Valley? To go to this first citadel, you have to take yourself to Kerman province and from there to the city of Rhine; this city is located 100 km from Kerman city center. We suggest that you choose spring or autumn for your travel time, so that you will enjoy your trip without having to tolerate the hot weather.
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The monuments of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province were restored

The monuments of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province were restored

According to him, the execution took place at the tomb of Asif while since 87 started the repair operation includes restoration of the walls of the building manufacture of metal doors input and execute Azarhhay stone, procurement, construction and installation of base metal And the structure of the dome and the walls are protected and protected. The execution of the tomb of Asif with a credit of over one billion and 200 million Rials have been successfully done. Historical castle of Farakhshahr Mr. Hadipour said operations refurbishment of Farokhshahr castle is being proceed since 1386. Nasir Khan Bakhtiari, the commander-in-chief of the fortress, which was built around 90 years ago at the end of the Qajar period, was restored. This monument is located 25 km south-east of Shahr-e-Kord, in the center of Chahar Mahalobokhtari province and in the village of Surk, located in the Kayar section. This monument includes the execution of electrical installations and power operations, performance and sardar jangal body, strengthening implementation and enforcement is being restored.
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Ziguarat Choghazenbil

Ziguarat Choghazenbil

The ancient civilizations that lived in Western Asia used a special style of architecture to build religious places. They built a pyramid staircase with stairs towers, called ziggurat. Maybe you ask what is the meaning of ziggurat? The ziggurat means rising to the sky, and its construction has been around 4200 to 2500 years ago. Since these ziggurates were holy places, they were used to make the best of mud or bricks. It is interesting for you to know that one of the largest and most healthy ziggurates in the world is in our country: Choghazanbil Ziggurat, which is named after the World Heritage List and has a reputation in the world. This time we go to the ancient city of Susa in the province of Khuzestan, a city that holds some of the most valuable historical monuments and boasts its long history. To see Choghazanbil, the first Iranian religious site, should be 40 km southwest of Shosh near the ancient Haft Tapeh area. As soon as you see this magnificent eye, your curiosity will blossom out who and when did they build a building for future generations? Choghazban is a sanctuary built by Elamites about 1250 BC. At that time, the king of the ancient Ilam, Choghaznabil in the middle of the city and at the highest point of the building, is to be a place to praise God. many years have passed since the construction of Choghazanbil destroyed the last Assyrian king's attack on this area of Elamite and Ziggurat civilization. A few hundred years later, in 1890, geology was found in the same area of oil, and this became a place for oil production. However, about 60 years later, it was a big deal; in 1933, a brick was discovered that led to the complete discovery of Choghaznbil from the heart of the earth. Chugah means hill and zanbil means a basket that points to a place on the hill and sees it as a veil of the opposite. Let's tell you a little about the features of this building to get to know more about it; the cobblestone structure has a square shape and surrounds the circular fences around it. Choghazanbil was originally 5 stores and a height of 52 meters. Today, only 2 floors and half of it remain, with a height of 25 meters and a 105-meter-square, 105-meter-long base. Perhaps you ask how the number of floors in this ziggurat estimated is. If you check the gradient of the pyramid classes and assume that the stairs are on the same slope, then on the fifth floor, the stairs reach the center of the center, which means we reach the top of the pyramid and the floors are over. The four corners of this religious site are located in four main directions, and it is well-known that at that time the main directions were well-known.
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70 of historic houses are being bookstore

70 of historic houses are being bookstore

In cooperation with the Cultural Heritage Organization, the Ministry of Culture identified more than 70 houses and monuments in 11 provinces of Iran in order to hand them over to bookstores. Formerly, the Cultural Heritage deputy of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization promised to cooperate and participate in cultural activities. Therefore, it is supposed to be part of 70 historical monuments in 11 provinces of Yazd, Hamedan, Hormozgan, Mazandaran, Kerman , Kurdistan, Central, Qazvin, Semnan, Zanjan and Ilam have been identified to receive low rentals and legal exemptions for bookstores. A long time ago, the secretary-general of the institution of public libraries said that in 50,000 villages in Iran there is no library and that it is necessary to use closed spaces to promote the culture of reading. He suggested that the use of open spaces such as public health and public baths as a library in the countryside be used without any cost.
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Niyavaran complex

Niyavaran complex

The Niavaran Palace is located in the north east of Tehran (Shemiranat). The formation of the Niavaran Palace dates back to the first years of the Qajar Dynasty. The Niavaran Palace complex, which became a museum complex after the Islamic Revolution, was jointly administered by Sadabad series in 1999 and became officially independent from the beginning of 2000. Now it includes 5 museums (Niavaran Palace, Sahebgharrenie Palace, Ahmadshahi Palace, Javanazh Museum, dedicated library) and other cultural spaces such as the Blue Hall, the exclusive cinema and the world-famous gallery, as well as the Niavaran Gardens, which are located in the Triple Gardens and The Great Northern North has been watching attractions from history, culture and nature. The Niavaran Palace Historical Cultural History Web site includes useful information on history, museums, workshops, restoration, cultural education services, facilities for children, documentation center, fresh things, quality of communication with the Niavaran Palace collection and other museums' and many other interesting features. The Niavaran Palace has a lot of natural and historical charm and beauty. The buildings of the Niavaran Palace are from the Qajar and Pahlavi periods. First, the Qajar kings chose the Niavaran Palace as a good place to stay in their hometown. Fathali Shah Qajar ordered in his summer holidays to build a garden in a pleasant weather area outside Tehran, a much smaller area than today. Next to the village that was called "pollen" or "pollen", it was built in Niavaran today and built gardens instead of pillars located in the vicinity of the village. The Fath Ali Shah summer garden, which was created in the foothills, was called "Naivaran", which later became known as "Niavaran". In the same garden, Mohammad Shah built a small and simple building, followed by Naser-al-Din Shah, the "Saheb-Qaraniyeh Palace" in Niavaran Gardens. The last building built during the Qajar era in Niavaran Garden is famous for Ahmad Shahi's palace. During the reign of Pahlavi II, some of the small buildings of the Niavaran Gardens were demolished and the Niavaran Palace was built in a modern style for his and his family's residence. Now the palace grounds include Niavaran's palace, Sahebqaraniyeh Palace, Ahmadshahi Palace and greenhouses and Pahlavi's special school. In 1979, the Niavaran Palace was conquered by the revolutionary forces and handed over to the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance in 1981. In 1365, the Palace of the Niavaran Museum opened for the first time. In 1989, the Cultural Heritage Higher Education Center was set up at a special school site and one year later its lateral spaces were allocated to the boys' dormitory. In the following years, the Museum of Jahan-Faza (1376), Saheb-Qaraniyeh Palace (1377), and Kush Ahmad Shahi (2000) were also exposed to public viewing.
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Iran national jewelry museum

Iran national jewelry museum

"Treasure of National Jewels" is a collection of the most precious jewels in the world that have been made throughout the ages. Each piece of these jewels, as part of the history of the grip of the great nation of Iran, and the artistic creativity and creativity of the people of this land, reminds us of the bitter memories of defeats, victories, pride and selfishness, and the supremacy of the rulers of the past Arises. You visit a loved one who watched the look and jewelry of this unique collection before thinking of its glittering fading, for historical reasons and how to collect these jewels all is for people to Find out about the collectors of these jewelry and learn about their collections. On the one hand, the present treatise represents the ancient and tumultuous history and history of the Iranian nation and the story of part of the adventurous past of the past, and, on the other hand, retelling the stories of silent tears of the oppressed people, which has been the result of the self-image of the powerful and the owners of power in the past. Our motivation is to provide these jewels, to know more about Iran's culture and history, and to understand the consequences of the zealots and historians of history. With this aim, the present collection, which has been deposited to us, is subject to your judgment and judgment. The importance of jewelry in the "National Treasury" is not limited to its economic value, but it reflects the taste and taste of Iranian craftsmen and artists in different periods of history, and as a historical heritage, art is the representative of the vast arts of our vast country. These jewels and orders for rulers throughout the history of the decree have been adorned with jewelry and often showed the splendor of the court, but it was also considered to be the backbone of the power and treasury of the country.
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Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace

The collection of Golestan Palace, a memorial to the historic citadel of Tehran, is the residence of former kings of the Qajar dynasty and one of the most beautiful and oldest monuments of the 200-year-old capital of Iran. The historical record of the royal citadel, whose boundary is from the north to the street and the square of Imam Khomeini; Former Sepah, west of Khayyam Street, east to Nasir Khosrow Street, and south to Fifth Avenue and Argh Square, dates back to Safavid times. Although the history of the Golestan Palace dates back to the time of Shah Abbas Safavid, but in the subsequent dynasties it was more or less taken into account until it was changed in the ceremony of Karim Khan. But the true significance of the citadel can be attributed to the era of Qajar Mohammad Khan. During the Naser-al-Din Shah Qajar era, Golestan Palace was undergoing fundamental changes influenced by Europe due to its rule (nearly 49 years) and its visit as the first king of Iran from Europe during its three trips. Although during the last three Kingdoms of the Qajar dynasty (Muzaffar al-Din Shah, Mohammad Ali Shah and Ahmad Shah Qajar), until the end of this dynasty, the royal citadel, in terms of architecture, did not see any particular changes, but its history was accompanied by extremely effective political events such as the Constitutional Revolution and the consequences It became an integral part of the historical memory of the Iranian nation. The Golestan Palace, dating back to 442 years ago, is one of the most exclusive historical collections in Iran. Not only does this collection represent an important part of the history of the art of this border, but it has become the most important part of Iranian history due to the incredibly effective events occurring in it, or somehow related to it, to a vivid collection of vivid and live documents.
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Tehran grand Bazaar

Tehran grand Bazaar

Tehran's market along with other historical monuments such as Imam Mosque, Jami Mosque and ... are considered to be important historical and artistic collections of Tehran. According to the existing evidence, the initial building of the market dates back to the Safavid era and at the same time as the tower and gates of Tehran were built around the years 948-930 AH. Apparently, the four markets of labafahs, sarajizadeh, sirai and nalechi are the oldest part of the market in Tehran. According to Suni al-Dawlah, four big and small market moves were made at the time of Fatimah Shah Qajar. At that time, the market complex was developed to the northwest and west, gradually becoming a split between the Ark and the mosque to the prosperous market, and the most famous and prestigious palaces and tributaries were active in this area. During the period of Nasir al-Din Shah, the number of orders and market segments was added and a number of Sera and Timeches were established. Like other collections of historical markets, each of the orders, yards, squares, and markets of Tehran was dedicated to the class and activity. In this period, the main sectors were: Shoemaker market, carpet market, Abbas Abad market, Amir market, Gold market, Goldsmith market, Bazalharamian market (Sultani Jafari), Four major market, Jasmine mosque, Fourth Soukh market, forty tone market (Which is one of the oldest parts of the market and is related to the period of Fatih Shah), the blacksmith's market, the market for copper pipes and the market for plasterboard. In Naser Khorshru Street, near the main collection of the market, there were also trenches and tombstones, some of which remain today, such as turkish Markets, during the period of Fathali Shah and Chambers of Commerce. Rapid growth and rapid development of Tehran has caused a lot of turmoil in the traditional architecture of the market. So that much of the market was renovated or rebuilt, and the fit between the different parts of it disappeared. The initial construction of Sabzehmaydan on the northern side of the bazaar dates back to the early Safavid period, but during Qajar period and 1268 Lunar years, according to the order of Amir Kabir, Hajjali Khan Moghaddam Haghband (Hajboldouleh) made a major change in the situation of cemetery. Tehtan Great bazaar was held at various periods of one of the major religious, social and political centers of Tehran in two different types of religious and political ceremonies. On the southern side of the cemetery, there is a beautiful shed that goes to different markets. This room is wider and more expensive than the openings that are dedicated to the shops. The four big moves, which are in the same name on the market, are the eight-sided space covered with a relatively short circular dome and the surface of which is plastered. It was built in the year 1222. The Amir market and the other sections of the collection are some of the other sections of the collection that was built around the years of 1967-68, from the property of Mirza Taghikhan Amir Kabir, by Sheikh Abdul Hussein (Sheikh Al Araqikin) along with the mosque and school known as Sheikh Abdul Hussein, and its revenues are devoted to the mosque and school Is.Taymih Hajbaldoule is located near Imam Mosque and is one of the most valuable buildings in the market, which was built by Hajjali Khan Hajbaldwahl during Naser al-Din Shah period. In the recent period, the interior of the building has created a new commercial complex that has changed the originality of the old form of the building. From other buildings of the market, Tickelah Mahdieh is at the beginning of the Amir market (Kafashan), which has an enormous immense coating and excellent Yazdbandi. Tehran Market is an old market located in the city center and in the 12th district of Tehran. The 15th of Khordad Square is located outside the market and the green area is on the market.
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Sio se pol

Sio se pol

Thirty-three bridges are one of the architectural and engineering works of Iran's history. It has a length of 300 meters and a width of 14 meters. It is part of the reign of Shah Abbas I, which was built with the cost and supervision of his commander, Allah Verdi Khan, in 1005 AH. During the Safavid period, great celebrations were held, including the celebration of the Abrazan or the Armenians of the Abpashan, along with the bridge. Also The Armenians of Julfa performed the silhouettes near the bridge. The bridge originally had forty springs from all springs, a very widespread, long and elevated plain, with stone and limestone foundations It was raised with bricks and plaster, and the two sides of the bridge fence it and during the flood the river was a magnificent promenade. Several craters of this bridge were taken and now has 33 craters and from It is known for the bridge of 33 springs. At different times, the bridge was named by different names, including: Shah Abbasi Bridge - Allah Dorikhan Bridge - Jolfa Bridge - Peyel Cheshme Bridge - Bridge of Thirty and Three Springs. This bridge for connecting the street Four old Abbasid gardens were built on Charbagh Street and the Garden of Thousand Jereyb and Abbas Abad. This bridge was at the celebration of the waterfalls and water springs of Shah's community, elders and poets, and Rijal and other people. Under the command of Shah Abbas, a bridge was piloted with flowers and numerous flowers were cast on the way to the Shah and his companions. During the Na'rooz seven days There were celebrations and stomachs on this bridge overnight, and the people of Isfahan illuminated the bridge, creating a very beautiful view. The situation with the old bridge has not changed much. The junctions and booths that are beautiful and suitable for both sides of the bridge, which accommodate the inhabitants and traffic, remain the same. The length of the bridge is 295 meters and the width is 13/75 meters. During the Safavid period, the Armenians had the right to assemble the first bridge and build their property and their industries with the Isfahan craftsmen, and they did not have the right to cross the bridge through the city, in front of the bridge, Reza Shah's great statue A 5-meter high pillar can be seen that the horse rides and sees to you that the square is now called the March 24 or the statue field.
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Iran national museum

Iran national museum

The National Museum of Iran, or the Museum of Ancient Iran, is located in Tehran's Imam Khomeini Street in the historic area of National gallery, at the corner of Prof. The National Museum of Iran is a collection of treasures of Iranian historical and prehistoric works and masterpieces. The National Museum of Iran includes two separate buildings called the Museum of Ancient Iran with the opening date of 1316 and the Museum of Islamic Period with the opening date of 1375. The idea of the establishment and activity of the museum was shaped by the thoughts and developments dating back to 1300s and 1310s. The French architect who had been hired by the Iranian government since 1308 HH was assigned to design the map of the first Iranian scientific museum. Eventually, the building of the Iranian Museum of Ancient Iranian Architecture with a similar entrance, Absolute to the Sassanid era and with red bricks based on the architectural design of the French architect and with the architecture of Haj Abbas Gholami Memarbashi in 1314 Hijri Shamsi and began to be exploited after 2 years. About 80 years old, the national museum of Iran is not only the largest archaeological and historical museum in Iran, but also in terms of volume, diversity and quality of works in one of the world's great museums. The museum is considered to be the Museum of the Mother's Art Museum in Iran. Museum of Ancient Iran: The Museum of Ancient Iran was officially reopened in 1316. As it was mentioned, the Museum of Ancient Iran is in fact an archaeological Site, with the aims of introducing the historical-cultural richness of Iran and carrying an important factor that is to serve as the museum of mother in the country, it is responsible for the enrichment of other Iranian archaeological museums. The Museum of Ancient Iran has a rich collection of archeological works, the oldest of which is the Paleolithic period (between one million to about 12,000 years ago) and the latest works of the Sassanid period dating back over 1500 years. There are unique works of prehistoric and historical periods in this hall that are really worth to visit in Iran tour. At the same time, due to the richness of some of the museum's collections, the sub-sectors are more or less connected at the Museum of Ancient Iran, including the Mehr section (and coin) and the Lorestan bronze sector, relying on archaeological evidence, the history of the cultural presence of man, And the culture of human societies in Iran, returns to the ancient era of ancient stones. Because of that fact do not miss to visit here in Iran tour. There are two main sections in the Museum of Ancient Iran, which have been introduced in accordance with the classification of the cultural and archaeological periods adopted by the archaeologists, as part of the prehistoric section and the historical section. The oldest cultural expressions and cultural achievements of human groups of that period in Iran are about 250,000 to 1,000,000 years ago, which are obtained from the Khorasan, Gonchagh Pargilan, Helilan, Lorestan, Kermanshah plains and etc. The most important cultural effects left in this era in Iran and all over the world are rock tools. This course represents cultures that are almost entirely ecologically dependent. Communities and human groups that have been traversed in specific geographical areas for their livelihoods through gathering food and hunting. Cultures that lacked permanent and architectural skills and their livelihood formulation was the supply and consumption. Islamic Museum: In 1375, the works of the Islamic era were officially removed from the Museum of Ancient Iran and moved to the adjacent building of the museum. The building, built in 1337, was originally moved to the museum. The building, built in 1337, was originally intended to build an ethnographic museum, which, after the revolution, created a cultural heritage organization, and the concentration of ancient objects in the Museum of Ancient Iran, the project of renaming the museum, the National Museum Iran and the museum was added as an Islamic museum, which eventually became official in the year 1375 with the official opening of the Islamic Museum, the Museum of Ancient Iran and the Museum of Islamic Era, as the National Museum of Iran. At the Museum of Islamic times, various examples of objects and works of art from different periods of Islamic life are presented. The museum consists of three floors. On the first floor is a meeting room and temporary exhibition. In the second floor, the display of objects is thematic and includes the treasures of the Qur'an, manuscripts (including scientific, literary, historical), and subjects such as painting and calligraphy, books and instruments, lighting instruments, astronomical instruments, medical instruments, and arts such as pottery, Metalworking, textiles and more. On the third floor objects are based on the historical course and relying on architectural decoration. Most of these objects have been excavated during archaeological excavations or related to authentic collections such as the Astan Shaykh Safiuddin Ardebili complex. Examples of these objects are: a bowl of clay with a Kofi inscription from Neyshabur, the 3rd century AD, part from the inscription of the brick to the Kofi line, from the Khorasan military school of Khorasan (5th century AD), the Quran of the religion and the rank of Ahmad ibn al-Shawrawdi with the date of 706 AH. The altar of the golden tile known in Paradise, Imamzadeh of Ali ibn Ja'far Qom, with inscription Kofi, Naskh, Thallith, Yusuf bin Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Abi Tahir, Kashan, dated 713 and 734 e. Swan…
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Abiyaneh village

Abiyaneh village

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.
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Iran carpet museum

Iran carpet museum

The Persian Carpet Museum is one of the most beautiful and specialized museums in Tehran, which was opened on February 22, 1356 and the northwest side of Laleh Park. Exquisite carpets from all over Iran that are the result of the work of famous artists are exhibited at this museum. The museum's designer is Abdul Aziz Faramanfarmaeian. The museum's building has an interesting architecture and its exterior is shaped with rugs. The museum's building has an area of 3400 square meters, consisting of two halls for displaying Persian carpets and carpets. The ground floor of the museum is intended for the permanent display of 150 pieces of carpets and its second floor for holding seasonal and casual exhibitions. The purpose of this museum is to study the history, history and quality of the carpet industry and carpet. The Persian Carpet Museum collection is one of the most valuable examples of Iranian rugs from the 9th century to the contemporary era and is considered as a rich source of research for the researchers and art of friends. Usually 135 boards of Iranian carpet masterpieces, which are the texture of important carpet weaving centers like Kashan, Kerman, Isfahan, Tabriz, Khorasan, Kurdistan, etc., are displayed in the ground floor hall. Also in the museum's library, about 3,500 books in Persian, Arabic, French, English, and German are available to the art of friends and scholars. The best books, publications, and researches on Persian carpets and oriental carpets and books on religion, art and literature in Iran are available at the museum library Alongside the library, the bookstore of the museum is also working. It is also displayed at the museum's showroom for museum visitors, films and slides for carpet weaving and gilding and handicrafts of Iran. In the carpet museum of Iran, due to their quality and dating, and taking into account the characteristics of Iranian carpet in terms of coloring, design, role, texture and diversity of carpet weaving are maintained. The oldest known carpet in the world is the 25,000-year-old Pazirik carpet that was discovered in southern Siberia in 1949 and is considered as the texture of Iran during the Achaemenid period. Paziritica is a woolen carpet with vivid colors. This quadrilateral carpet is rough and its dimensions are 1. 98 at 1. 89 meters. The roles that can be seen include the image of the riders, the deer being mowed, and the legendary animals with the head of the eagle and the body of the camel, with a fringe margin. After reviewing the structure of the carpet and its pictures, Sergei Rudenko realized the similarity of the motifs of this carpet with the prominent features of Persepolis, and most researchers consider this carpet to be part of the textures of the Parthians or the Medes. But there are still many different ideas about the true history of this carpet, which has not been counterproductive to political currents, especially Iran. Also exhibited in this exhibition are samples of Shahmaneh Baisanghari's visual rug, which depicts some of Iran's rich literature, mythology, religion, and culture and art. These works were all created at the masterpiece of Mousavi Singh's carpet workshop with the help of young Iranian artists and the taste and taste of the master of the world and computer technology. Among other works displayed in the museum is an unparalleled and valuable handmade carpet in Iran, where the carpet weaving of Kashan, in sizes 130 to 220 cm, is known as the Mirza Kuchak Khan Forest, which has armed this clerical national character in military uniforms. Guns and guns. In the mirror above the image of Mirza, an inscription with the name and the name of the factory Mullah Mahmoud is seen which probably, according to these terms, is the history of the carpet of the last years of the Qajar period. The enthusiasts can visit the Iranian Carpet Museum every day, except Mondays, from 9:00 to 17:00 in the fall and winter, and from 9:00 to 18:00 in the spring and summer.
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Tabiaat bridge

Tabiaat bridge

The nature bridge, the first bridge, is just a sidewalk in Iran, connecting the water and fire park and the Taleghani forest park. This bridge was opened on October 21, 2014, with Eid Ghadir Kohm. The Astounda site in this article has provided interesting content about the bridge of nature in Tehran for you loved ones, which you read later. The nature bridge is located at a point where the intersection of the main arteries of the capital, such as the highways of Modares, Hemmat, Haqqani and Mission, is located. The bridge to the nature bridge is not the same as the Middle East, and it is also considered to be the largest non-automobile transit bridge in the country, with a total of 7,000 square meters. The bridge, with its unique conditions, is one of the destinations of the city of Tehran and, finally, is a new symbol for the capital. When the Abbasabad lands were designed, two bridges were considered as a pedestrian crossing to connect the two eastern and western facades of the highway. These two bridges were merged into one bridge in a number of ways, creating a nature bridge. The design of the bridge is inspired by the Iranian bridge architecture, such as the Khaju Bridge, and is a fully-fledged ecological and nature-built structure whose similar prototype has been built in the national and natural parks of France, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium, Malaysia and Australia. The Nature Bridge is a bridge bridge for pedestrian traffic above the highway of the teacher, a pause and a visit to the scenery ahead as well as an extraordinary tranquility experience at an altitude of 40 meters from the ground. The area of the bridge is 7000 square meters, 720 meters to the green area and 480 meters to the restaurants, cafes and other cultural and recreational areas. Citizens can walk on wooden bridge floors with an area of about 5100 square meters or enjoy biking and carriage trails.
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Vank Cathedral

Vank Cathedral

The Vank Church, which is called Armenian Amna Perkich, meaning savior or savior, is also known as the San Sere Church, which was built during the reign of Shah Abbas. The Vank Church, which was one of the Armenian churches of Isfahan, was in the Jolfa neighborhood of Isfahan in terms of gilding, the ceiling and the interior of the dome and historical paintings are among the most beautiful churches in the Jolfa of Isfahan. Vanak in the Armenian language means the monastery, dating to the Museum of the Church of Vanak, but not in its current form and scope, a hundred years ago That is, the years 1906-1906, on this date, the efforts and assistance of Tetavos Honania, the son of Harunton Hunan The architecture of the Vanuk Church is an Iranian way of life, and like the mosques of Iran with a huge dome. Of course, inside the church is the style of the Vankak churches and the paintings and the gilding water of that Iranian style. The Bible scriptures of Christ's life in this church have a European style and mostly Italian. Inscriptions inside the church on the Armenian golden line on the Azeri field. On the north side of the church is a scene of the funeral of Christ (AS). In 1905, it was built in 1322 AH in the north of the Vank building of the building, which has several halls and was dedicated to the site of the church museum. Paintings drawn from the European countries to the church are in the museum. Among other museum objects available at the Museum of the Church, a number of Armenian manuscripts, as well as the first book published during the Safavid period, can be considered. The main house of the church's main house, which is in the form of a parallelogram, consists of two parts: the quadrangle, the first part of the nave, and the second part under the dome of the house, is the venue for the ceremony and hymns. The walls of the prayer walls of the house are covered with multi-colored masonry tiles. In the upper parts of the section, very beautiful pictures are painted, inspired by the holy books, and decorated the entire surface of the dome. The dome is a story about the creation of Adam and Eve drawn by the Armenian painters. There are also pictures of the image of Christ (AS) on the beautiful altar of the church. The exterior of the dome is churchyard without tile ornament and is covered with simple bricks. Around the dome is the story of the creation of Adam and Eve drawn by Armenian painters. There are also pictures of the image of Christ (AS) on the beautiful altar of the church. The exterior of the dome is churchyard without tile ornament and is covered with simple bricks. In the corner of the courtyard of the Vancouver, a beautiful, large bell tower is built on four stone pillars. In the other corner of this courtyard and opposite the bell tower, a large column made of 1.5 million Armenian memorial stone, which was massacred in 1915. In the courtyard of the Vankan courtyard, several famous Armenians, including several archbishops and political representatives of European countries, have been buried in Isfahan.
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Ali Qapu

Ali Qapu

The magnificent Kapo is the largest palace that may exist in a capital. This palace was considered one of the best palaces in the world during the Safavid period, with all the benefits and merits, and what was needed for a royal palace. The Supreme Court Qapu is a building built in the west of the Square of the Universe and facing the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and one of the most important architectural masterpieces of the early 11th century AH. The date of construction of the great Qapu monument dates back to 1054 AH and its banner is Shah Abbas the first. The magnificent Qapu was the central gateway to the entrance of all the palaces built during the Safavid period in the area of the role of the universe. This emirate consists of two excellent words and Qapu, which together means "high" or "high door". The magnificent Qapu monument, with an altitude of 36 meters to the floor of the market, has been the tallest mansion building in the city of Isfahan for decades. The palace has a different view due to the additions and architectural extensions on each side, such that from the front of the 2-floor building from the front of the building, behind the 5-story building, the sides of the 3-story building, including the ground floor as the first floor, in The whole of the 6 store building. In general, the Kupo Mansion has two distinct parts: the front and the entrance of the main building and the main building of the palace. The front of the building is located in front of the main building and the main entrance of the building is located in this part. The entrance has a grave arch, and there are two smaller sidewalks on both sides of the two sides. Above the entrance, there is a porch open from 3 directions and has a wooden room. In the past, they have covered the porch with a curtain when needed. Ali Qapu mansion is a great symbol of Iranian former glory in architecture Aysham travel team, highly recommend you to do not miss to visit Ali qapu mansion in Ian tour.
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Naghshe jahan Square

Naghshe jahan Square

Naghshe jahan square also known as the historical name of the Shah's Square and after the Iranian Revolution of 1357, the official name of Imam Square, the central square of Isfahan, which is at the heart of the historical collection of the role of the world. The monuments on the four sides of the Shaheedeh square include the Supreme Qapu, the Shah Mosque (Isfahan), Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and Qasiryah Sardar. In addition to these buildings, there are two hundred chambers of the two floors surrounding the square, which is generally the place for the supply of handicrafts in Isfahan. The role of Jahan Square on Feb. 8, 1313 was numbered 102 in the National Iranian Book List, and in May 1358, number 115 was one of the first Iranian works that was recorded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Until the Safavid period, there was a garden called the role of the universe. This garden has taken its name from a city in Azerbaijan, which is now called Nakhichevan. Hamdollah Mostofi said about the city: "A city is nice to read it as a world role, and most of its buildings are of brick." All surrounding the Nghshe jahan squre which is really worth to visit. During the reign of Shah Abbas II, due to the overcrowding of the surrounding market and the sellers, it was decided that another field would be built in addition to the Atiq Field (or the square) and the Shah's Square. This field, which was located very close to Shah Square and behind the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, was called the New Field. Since the old mansion in the gardens of the role of the world was used simultaneously with the construction of the square, its destruction and its materials, the new square was called as Naghshe jahan square. Over time, both of the old and new fields were destroyed and disappeared, but Shah's Square stayed alive. In recent years, the old field has been restored, but the new square, which did not have the beauty and attractiveness of the two fields, was forgotten, and its only pseudonym, the role of the universe, became the other name of Shah's Square or Imam Khomeini Square. Many travelers and tourists who have described the city of Isfahan in recent times have spoken about the magnificence of the role of the world in the world, and described the memories of the visits of ambassadors and foreign representatives and citizens of other countries on this field, As a historic event was held between the Iranian government and foreign envoys in the role of the world. Based on the travel logs, the role of the world has been a good place to carry out numerous ceremonies and rituals, sometimes state-owned and sometimes popular: polo games, fireworks, military parades, and patriotic celebrations. The role of the world square has been registered by the UNESCO Organization as a cultural heritage. Square of the world has been registered on the National Iranian Book List on February 13, 1313 Imam Square was built instead of a small field that remained from the Timurid era. When the two mosques of Imam and Sheikh Lotfollah and the market of Qaisariyah were built, these three buildings were connected with united arches, and the ends were finished and decorated with the end of the square and the finish of the decoration. It was then that the square was used to carry out the usual games and games of the day, such as polo and snapdragon. The two stone pillars located at the front of the mosque of Imam, with their faces facing the Qaiserie market, show the presence of polo and other sports in the field. The four sides of the field of the role of the universe are four markets that are related to the shops in the field. These markets were each occupied by Safavid. Most of the travelers and tourists who have written from Isfahan emphasize the magnificence of the square of the role of the world and mention the presence of ambassadors and foreign representatives and other citizens of other countries on this field. The role of Jahan Square was one of the first Iranian works to be recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site According to some of these travel letters, many of the historic talks that were held between Iranian officials and foreign envoys took place on the same field. What about the Imam Square can be said that this magnificent and magnificent work that has a remarkable reputation in the world has a combination of elements and functions that have political, religious, economic, tourist, and recreational roles, continuously in the art of art, and The beauty of Iran and the world shines. It can be argued that it can be argued that the square, with its complementary spaces and its related elements, namely the Qapu Mansion, the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the Imam's Mosque, the Monastery of the House, the Qaisariyah and the Separate Market, with all its beauty and attraction Iranian tourism equals. So in Iran tour do not hesitate to put Isfahan Naghshe jahan square among your Iran Must see attraction list. Hope you enjoy your Iran tour.
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Isfahan imam mosque

Isfahan imam mosque

Imam Isfahan mosque or Shah Mosque, also known as the Abbasi Mosque, is one of the most spectacular and historic mosques in the city of Esfahan, which was built during the Safavid period and is one of the most important buildings of the Islamic architecture of Iran. This building is an immortal masterpiece of architecture, tiling and carpentry in the 11th century AH. The Imam is related to the Safavid period and is located in Isfahan, south of the Place of Peace Square, and this work was registered on December 15, 1310 with the registration number 107 as one of Iranian national works have been registered. Imam Isfahan mosque, located on the southern side of the Square of the Universe, was started in 1020 AH by the command of Shah Abbas I in the twenty-fourth year of his reign, and its decorations and extensions have been completed during his successors. The Imam's mosque is in terms of The architecture, tile and carvings, and the majesty of the dome and its high minarets are considered to be the masterpieces of the eleventh century AH. The tile decorations of the mosque were gradually completed at the time of the successors of Shah Abbas, the inscription on the main Mosjedamdam on the tiles of the mosaic and the third line of Alireza Abbasi and the historian until 1025 AH.
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Sheikh lotfallah mosque

Sheikh lotfallah mosque

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is one of the Isfahan architectural masterpieces of the eleventh century. - This mosque is famous for its lack of minarets and courtyards. - This mosque is located in Naghshe jahan square of the Universe. - Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque has the world's most circular dome as one of the most beautiful domes in the world. - The dome of this mosque comes in three colors: earthy, pink and gray throughout the day. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is a historic and famous mosque in Isfahan, a masterpiece of architecture and tiling. The art and architecture of this building have been exhibited at the height of their beauty, and the hearts of the viewers are being hijacked. This mosque is located on the east side of the Square of the Universe and in front of the Imam Khomeini Mosque in front of the Imam Khomeini's mosque and kills the beauty of the passersby. Many believe that this building does not actually have the role of a mosque like other mosques, and the architect, in an artistic way, creates a space in which even the followers of other religions and all human beings will notice the divine and mystical light there. This work was listed on November 15, 1310 with the number 105 in the list of national works of Iran. Due to the reputation of this mosque in terms of history and architecture, a common stamp has been published with the role of this building from China. For some reasons, experts of this mosque Different from all mosques: No minaret over the mosque What at first glance enters the mosque is the lack of a minaret next to the dome, while in all mosques the minarets are an integral part of architecture. Prior to Islam, the minaret was constructed as a navigator and navigator on the buildings, and the minarets contained a city. After the arrival of Islam, the minarets and flowers became an indication of the mosque and were used to read the prayers and invite people to prayer. But since the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque was worship sometimes for the courtiers and family of the Shah, the minaret was not built above it, so that the public would not come to this mosque. Even in the writings of tourists visiting Safavid in Isfahan, there is not much talk about this mosque, and this can be due to two reasons: The neighboring mosque of Sheikh Lotfollah, the Imam's mosque, has been given more attention due to its greatness. The Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque was a private courtroom and no one was allowed to enter it. Shaikh Lotfollah Mosque is a masterpiece of architecture and tiling of the eleventh century AH which was made by Professor Mohammad Reza Isfahani, the son of Master Hossein Bona Isfahani, a famous architect of that time and the Isfahani style (the latest traditional Iranian architecture). Blue, green, pepper and white are the colors that are observed in this building and they are enchanted in combination with your light. Decorative tiles of seven colors and mosaic with designs of paradise, geometric and ... have given a special effect to this mosque, and the use of glossy glazed tiles along with matt bricks displays a spectacular combination of two different textures. Foreign archaeologists have spoken a great deal about the magnificence and beauty of this mosque, and they consider the use of natural light and beautiful colors as remarkable features.The mosaic tiles are one of the special decoration of the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and they are beautifully covered above the windows (from the niche floor to the floor).
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Gheysariyeh bazaar

Gheysariyeh bazaar

The Qaisar-e-Isfahan market has been one of the largest and most luxurious shopping center in the Safavid period. This market, which is currently the largest handicrafts center in Isfahan province, was built in 1029 AH (Safavid era) on the north of the Imam's historical site. The Qaiserieh or Shahi market in the Safavid period was a precious fabrics sales center, and foreign trading companies also had cellars. This market has connected the new Esfahan period of the Safavid period to the Seljuk city of the old field of that time (present uprising field). On both sides of this room there are two large platforms, which in the old days spread goldsmiths and jewelers on it. Gheysariyeh bazzar is among the places that you should not miss in Iran tour.
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Chehel soton

Chehel soton

Isfahan's Chehelat Sultan is an example of a royal garden dating from the Safavid era, which is now called the Chehelsotun Palace or the Museum of Chehelsotoun. Cheleston Palace is located in Imam Hossein Square, Isfahan Governor General Street, covering an area of 67,000 square meters and 1057 Hijri, the period of Shah Abbas I Safavid, was established during the reign of Shah Abbas II Safavid. The building was completed and the central building was given general changes. The hall of mirrors, the hall of 18 columns, the two large rooms, the north and south, the mirror hall, the porches The sides of the king's hall and the big pond in front of the hall with all the decorations of the painting and mirror and tiling of the walls and ceilings Was established.One of the plans of Shah Abbas I and after choosing the city of Isfahan as the capital in 1007 AH, the construction of a beautiful and long street has four gardens and numerous gardens around it, which was planted by the Baha'i Sheikh. Choosing a vast space in a collection called the state government, and the studies that were carried out for the future, all reflect the talent and creativity of the late Safavid scholar Sheikh Baha'i. The complex of palaces that began (the Qapu Mansion) continued to the main square of Chabagh Abbasi continued. In this large area, which was also established by several royal palaces, such buildings as Ashraf Hall, motel, refectory, courtyard, courtyard, palace Eight Paradise, Monotheism, and other buildings were built. The Chehel Soton Palace was registered on November 15, 2010 at No. 108 in the National Iranian Book List. Cheleston Palace is one of the first buildings in which extensive decoration, work mirror, large wall paintings and wooden columns are used with the headquarters of Mogharnas. All the walls were decorated with glass mirrors and colorful paintings, and all the doors and windows were embroidered and decorated. The skills and proficiency of Iranians in the design of this palace are well seen in which the space outside the mansion with its interior is so coherent and relevant that it cannot be determined where one ends and the other begins. The main and impressive porch of the palace with numerous pillars, which are featured in the building. 00The architecture of this palace is a combination of Chinese, Iranian, and Persian art and architecture. The fourteenth mansion consists of a large portico with a length of 3 meters and a width of 17 meters and a height of 14 meters eastward. The oven-shaped porches of The genus are plantain and pine wood.