Chahar Bagh Theological School

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Chahar Bagh Theological School

Chahar Bagh Theological School
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Chahar Bagh school(Madreseye Chahar Bagh,also known as Shah school,is a 17-18th century cultural complex in Isfahan. The compound was built during the time ofSoltan Hossein, a Safavid king, to serve as a theological and clerical school to train those who were interested in such sciencesThe dome and the greater part of the walls are covered in bright yellow bricks which give a feeling of lightness
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Zeinab
Isfahan, Iran1,065 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
This school related to sagavid times made in order to shah soltan Hussein's mother for mola or sheikh for read about religion
Written 28 May 2019
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wonderfulirantour
Isfahan, Iran599 contributions
Oct. 2017
this monument is one of the last building which was built during Safavid dynasty . you can visit the room which the last king of Safavid live there
Written 22 September 2018
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AsalFardinmehr
Yazd Province, Iran48 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Chaharbagh School, which was also known as Madraseh Soltani is a Persian-style garden layout. The quadrilateral garden is divided by walkways or flowing water into four smaller parts In Persian, "Chār" means 'four' and "bāgh" means 'garden. The dome and a large part of the walls are made with bright yellow bricks that give a feeling of lightness. The entrance is decorated with gold facade and silver, and the tilework inside are masterpieces of fine art and industry. The central court, with its pool and garden, are surrounded by arcades on two levels, each giving access to a student's room.
Written 24 June 2018
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Jurgen B
Brussels, Belgium2,599 contributions
Apr. 2018 • Couples
We got in perhaps because of No Ruuz. Entry ticket to pay. Few visitors and gorgeous architecture so we loved it!
Written 13 April 2018
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tohidrezayat
Isfahan, Iran7 contributions
Mar. 2018 • Friends
I studied in this school for 2/3 years so now i have to say that's one of the my top 10 place to visit.
This school now uses for teach to Molla who study about islam but in weekends people (foreigners or natives) can visit that. Please don't forget that weekend in Iran is Thursday and Friday.
Written 13 March 2018
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Noura73
Beirut, Lebanon434 contributions
Apr. 2017 • Friends
I visited this mosque/ school with a group an art group on the final day of our trip in Esfahan.
It's a nice place especially (I can imagine) if the water basin is filled .. but like most of the top attractions I went to in Esfahan it's green and clean.
Ideal place to relax and meditate ..

Written 9 May 2017
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KGB777
Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
Mar. 2017 • Solo
Took a quick peek only at this place through the doorway and from the street outside. Looked quite nice but just didn't have enough time for a proper visit. It's marginally cheaper to enter than the other more major sites at 150k IRR.
Written 20 March 2017
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chaitech
Bangkok, Thailand130 contributions
Oct. 2016 • Solo
It's listed as a place worth visiting, but when I got there, the guy at the gate refused me from entering. He didn't speak english so I have no idea why. Just beware.
Written 13 October 2016
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Keighobad E
Powell River, Canada74 contributions
Apr. 2016 • Friends
Chahar Bagh school ( مدرسه چهار باغ ), or Shah school, was built during the time of Soltan Hossein 17th century in Isfahan, Iran.

Unfortunately, this historical school is used as a religious school after 1979 and the classes are using by religious students, but it is open to the public and you may visit it during the office hours.
Written 13 September 2016
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Sina Hassanpour
Tehran, Iran293 contributions
Apr. 2015 • Couples
this is a place that so many historical events took place, it is also a beautiful garden with great architecture. don't miss it, it is very accessible and in the middle of the city.
Written 12 February 2016
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