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Ardabil Grand Bazaar

Ardabil Grand Bazaar is a Safavid (1501–1736) market at the heart of the city. The bazaar consists o...

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Ershadi House

Ershadi House is a Qajar era (1785-1925) structure in Ardabil. The house was originally a residentia...

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Haft Cheshmeh Bridge

Haft Cheshmeh (seven springs) or Dashkasan Bridge is a limestone and stucco Safavid (1501–1736) stru...

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Jom’eh Mosque

Jom’eh or Friday Mosque is a Seljuq era (1038-1118) structure that was a thriving mosque until the S...

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Mullah Hadi Bathhouse

Mullah Hadi Bathhouse is a Qajar era (1785-1925) structure. The bathhouse has a pillared red-brick e...

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Shahre Yeri

Shahreyeri (Shahr-e Yeri) is an ancient site located 65 kilometers outside of the city of Ardabil an...

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Shater Tower

Shater Tower also known as Shater Dome is an Ilkhanid (1256–1335) structure in Sowmaeh Village.  Loc...

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Sheikh Amin al-Din Jibrael Mausoleum

The mausoleum of Sheikh Amin-ad-din Jibrael is located 3 kilometers from Ardabil city in Kalkhuran V...

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Sheikh Heydar Mausoleum

Sheikh Heydar Mausoleum belongs to the father of Safavid King Shah Esmail I (1487-1524). Sheikh Heyd...

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Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble

Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili’s Ribat and Shrine is a 16th century religious complex that became the p...

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Virgin Mary Church

The Virgin Mary Church if Ardabil was once where the Armenian inhabitants of the city worshiped. The...

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