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Shah Mosque
Sacred & Religious Sites
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
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Jame' Mosque of Na'in
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Chehel Sotoun
Architectural Buildings, Castles, Historic Sites
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Tabatabei House
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Ameriha House
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Jolfa Square
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Atashgah - Zoroastrian Fire Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Atigh Square
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Rigareh Underground Water Mill
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Jame' Mosque of Na'in
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Underground manmade caves
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Jolfa Square
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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#1 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Two hundred two-floored-chambers are connected to form four unique and adjoining historical sites: Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque, Imam Mosque, Gate to Kaiseriyeh Bazaar (market), and Aali Qapou Palace (Kakh-e-Aali Qapou).
A World Heritage site and the most wonderful public space I have been in – as if the gardens of Versaille had been encircled by the souks of Morocco and the mosques of Syria, and opened to the public to wander, pi...
#2 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
It's better you read a little about Isfahan and Islamic architectures and arts then go there and visit this masterpiece and find out why here is a UNESCO world heritage site.
This Mosque needs to be seen at different times of the day and night to appreciate all its splendour, including at sunrise when the view from Emam Square is excellent.
Shah Mosque Esfahan
#3 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Excellent view.
For me this is my favourite site in Esfahan and I still remember it from my last visit to the city 17 years ago.
#4 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Found just northeast of the main congregation of historical sights around Imam Square, this mosque is the result of continuous construction, renovation, additions, and reconstruction for over a millennia.
This mosque in the NE quarter in the city is in my top five sites for Esfahan.
Khajou Bridge Esfahan
#5 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
This bridge beside the other cultural and architectural buldings in Esfahan with its atmosphere, makes this city as a best and enjoyable point to view in Iran.
The mixture of ancient building with natural sights, especially when the river is alive, is stunning.
#6 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Wonderful to roam around the rooms to gain multiple stunning views.
This was rare as most sites I saw in the country (with the exception of Golestan Palace) focused on Iran’s older history and current events.
Vank Cathedral Esfahan
#7 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
A unique historical site with unique architecture
At the museum, at the Vank Cathedral, you can view through a microscope, two strands of hair, each with a verse in Armenian taken from the Torah !!! Incredible !
#8 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
The main sanctuary provides wonderful views back to the two turquoise minarets above the entrance portal.
Visitors need to purchase a ticket before entering the site.
#9 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Built by Shah Abbas I, it's a must see, with its paintings along the walls, the music hall on the last floor with unforgettable decorations, the magnificent view over the Imam square, especially at sunset, when th...
The great thing about this palace was the giant veranda overlooking the square which gives you great views and photo ops.
#10 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
The tiles and carvings are beautiful and the rooftop has an amazing view!
You will experience views of the city as well as interesting cupolas providing light into the bath itself.
Chehel Sotoun Esfahan
#11 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Should be at the top of the list of sights to see in IRAN! Interior artwork (Frescos/ stucco is amazing .. and a photographer's dream!
A stone stroke away from the naqshe jahan square, it’s an holds amazing views of a bygone era.
Siosepol Bridge Esfahan
#12 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
This bridge connects the 2 parts of isfahan and its always alive with people passing, sitting and sometimes picnicing during sunrise or sunset with the beautiful view of Zayandeh Rood ... and I was lucky this time...
One of the must-see cities in Iran, Esfahan is full of great sites, including the many bridges on Zayande Rood (the river that gives life).
#13 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
An interesting site
#14 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Abyaneh is best appreciated by just wandering, but do look for the 14th-century Imamzadeh-ye Yahya with its conical, blue-tiled roof, and the Zeyaratgah shrine with its pool and views.
I love Abyaneh that s why I was there 4 times so far ... great view of red village , colorful scarf walking around and great tea in Abyaneh Hotel ...I had a tour (Harpak) around of Abyaneh , saw all views very wel...
#15 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
What a fantastic site to visit, fantastic.
great views and photo ops here.
#16 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
... for tea at the bathhouse in the bazaar and enjoy sipping tea on a carpet, check out the side alleys and all the different ceilings....oh and say yes to see the roof ....great views from up there (100k Rial)...
Try to enter the roof, when you just look around, walk slowly, make some contact with locals and you'll get the invitation if you want to see the roof and view over Kashan!
#17 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
The wooden ceiling is beautiful and also the view of ivan is very nice.It is located in a very high garden ,it is worth visiting and also the garden special in night is very beautiful.
If you go to Esfahan, this site MUST be on your 'to do list"!! FOR SURE!
Bedkhem Church Esfahan
#18 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
#19 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
This 1st century mosque was incredible from the point of view that it was constructed from brick and plaster.
#20 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Worth to visit historic site with great panoramic views.
Gorgeous views and interesting history.
Jolfa Square Esfahan
#21 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
#22 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
One of the most fascinating sights we saw in Iran
It was great to see so many Iranians visiting the site.
#23 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Sceneic view.
Ameriha House Kashan
#24 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
#25 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
The very shinny blue tiles make a spectecular and impressive view.
#26 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Hakim Mosque Esfahan
#27 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Tepe Sialk Kashan
#28 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Tepe Sialk is a large ancient archeological site in a suburb of the city of Kashan, in central Iran.
tape sialk is a very old historical site and about 7000 to 8000 years ago human are living there but iranian and french archaeologist are unearth this region and find many old things and unfortunatly every thing w...
Ghoortan Citadel Varzaneh
#29 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
Ancient live historical site
Marnan Bridge Esfahan
#30 of 65 Sights & Landmarks in Isfahan Province
i have traveled many times to Isfahan and this is a place i really had great time for several times the nature around and the city itself made a fantastic view especially by sunset time.
Marnan Bridge has a great view of the sunrise and sunset.