Travel to iran and visit this legendry city

Isfahan,maybe written Esfahan , is one of Iran's historical cities with more han 1,500 years of age.A crucial and commercial pole , Isfahan is Iran's second largest metropolitan zone.Whether you're here for tourism or business , many places are worth-visiting. The most appropriate time to see Isfahan is during spring and fall, while the temperatures are moderate year-round and it never becomes too damp.

Naghsh-e Jahan Square

If you do nothing else in Isfahan , take a walk on Naghsh-e Jahan Square  appointed a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The square's space is an area of 89,600 square meters and is surrounded by significant historical buildings such as mosques and places with gracefull views.The Isfahan Grand Bazaar is on the northern end of square.This 17th-century Bazaar is a beautiful place to buy persian handicrafts , rugs , handmade tablecloaths and mosaic tile items.Both the Shah mosque and Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque are situated on the sides of the square and worth a visit thanks to their architectural and historical values.


The Grand-palace of Ali-Qapu is situated right to the southeast of Naqsh-e Jahan Square.Parts of the palace,such as the front arcades where built at 1590, but the whole construction hadn't been completed until the 17th century.Islamic art and elaborate design adorn the walls both inside and out.The Veranda and the large entryway gate also have tile art in rich green and blue tones.


Isfahan has embeded several bridges all of which absorb tourism.The Khaju bridge, built in 1650 C.E ,cuts across The Zayandeh river.Historically,it serves as a bridge and a dam alike also a fascinating place for people meeting.Khaju's lower level is good for a walk, as it's closed to traffic.The pole-Shahrestan is a ordinary one but older bridge, built in the 12th century,pole Joui is the longest bridge in Isfahan at 967 feet.

Manar Jonban

Manar Jonban(no website;off Sheikh Bahai avenue,5KM outside of the city center) or The Swinging Minarets is a tomb dating back to 1316 AD.The mausoleum holds the remains of Mystic Amu Abdollah Ebne Mohammad Ebne Mahmoud.However the tomb itself is a beautiful piece of architecture the main attraction is two Minarets or towers flanking the tomb.Due to the way they're constructed,leaning against one of the towers and shaking it contribute it to vibrate side to side.After a minute or two,The second Minaret,which is about 10 meters away,is added in the swinging.The bizzare phenomenon grabs hundreds of tourists every single day.

chehel sutun(40 culumns) palace

The chehel sutun palace and it's garden occupy space of approximately 67,000 square meters.This palace was built during the reign of Shah-Abbas (I) and a mansion was constructed in the middle of the garden.Shah Abbas II also played a significant role for additions in this palace.Twenty pillars of the hall mirrors in the pool opposite the palace contribute to a conceptualization of forty pillars.However as a matter of fact the number of ''forty'' represents the quantity in Iran and it is the chief inducement for which the mentioned palace is called chehel sotun is the massive number of the pillars in this splendid constuction. 

Vank Cathedral

The Vank church is one of the most renowned churches in the Jolfa vicinity of Isfahan.The constrction of this church launched in the reign of Shah Abbas II in 1065 A.H and was finished in 1074 A.H. The interior of the church is generously designed with gorgeous painting decorations beautiful tile works and fascinating oil paitings of Christ's life.Except for the religous paintings revealing an Italian and Netherlands touch,the type of it's architecture the whole designs of this church are made by iranian genious and creativity.

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