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Ali Gholi Agha hammam

Ali Qoli Aqa Bath was built by a Safavid courtier of the same name. The structure has a changing roo...

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Ali Qapu (Imperial Gate) Palace

Ali Qapu (Imperial Gate) Palace is a six-story monument on the western side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square...

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Beyt Lahm or Bethlehem Church

Beyt Lahm or Bethlehem Church is a 17th century church built by an Armenian merchant named Khaje Pet...

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Chahar Bagh Boulevard

Chahar Bagh (Four Gardens) is an avenue connecting the southern and northern part of Isfahan city. L...

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Chahar Bagh School

Chahar Bagh School is a seminary built by the last Safavid King, Sultan Hossein (1668-1726), along t...

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Chehelsotoon Palace

Chehel Sotoun (40 columns) Pavilion in Isfahan was built by Safavid monarch Shah Abbas I (1571-1629)...

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Choobi Bridge

Located between Khaju and Si-o Se Pol bridges, Choobi Bridge is a 147 meters long bridge with 21 arc...

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Hakim Mosque

Hakim Mosque is situated at the end of Bazaar-e-Rang Razan (Painter and Dyer's Market) in Isfahan's...

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Hasht Behesht Palace

Hasht Behesht Palace or Eight Paradises is the only remaining structure built in the gardens along t...

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Imamzadeh Haroun-e-Velayat

Imamzadeh Haroun-e-Velayat is a 16th century shrine which was built during the reign of Shah Esmail...

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Imamzadeh Shah Zeyd

Imamzadeh Shah Zeyd is an early Safavid era mausoleum built in memory of one of the sons of the seco...

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International and Historical Abbasi Hotel

Abbasi Hotel is a famous hotel in Isfahan located in the old texture of the city. The building of th...

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Isfahan Bazaar

Bazaars are one of the most important and central elements in every Iranian city. After mosques, the...

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Isfahan Fire Temple

The Isfahan Fire Temple also known as Atashgah is a Sassanid-era structure, which stands on a mound...

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Jame Mosque of Isfahan

One of the oldest and most important religious structures of Iran, the Jame Mosque of Isfahan is mag...

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Khaju Bridge

One of the finest bridges in Isfahan, the Khaju Bridge is noted for its beautiful architecture and t...

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Menar Jonban

Menar Jonban or the Swinging Minarets are each nine meters wide and 17 meters high. These minarets w...

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Naghsh-e Jahan Mosque

On the south side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square sits the 17th century Imam (Shah) Mosque, which was built...

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Naqsh-e Jahan Square

Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the second largest square in the world after Tiananmen Square in Beijing, Chin...

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Saint George Armenian Church

Saint George Church or Gevork's church in Jolfa was built in the Safavid era. The foundation stones...

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Sheikh Lutfollah Mosque

The first of the four monuments dominating Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Sheikh Lutfollah Mosque was built b...

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Si-o-se Pol

Si-o-se Pol or “Bridge of 33 Arches,” is the most famous among the 11 bridges of Isfahan. Built on t...

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St. Mary and Hakop Church Complex

St. Mary Church is the second oldest church in Isfahan located directly across from Bethlehem Church...

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Takht-e Foulad

Takht-e Foulad is an 800-year-old historical cemetery in Isfahan. During the Safavid era only promin...

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Vank Cathedral

The biggest of the churches of Isfahan, Vank Cathedral (Holy Savior Cathedral) was built by Armenian...

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