Isfahan Tourist Attractions
Isfahan (Sepahan) Isfahan's central province, with an area of about 250 km2, is located in the Iranian plateau. Esfahan's climate is semi-arid and temperate, with an average annual temperature of about 16 ° C and an average annual rainfall of about 13 mm. In general, Isfahan is a dehydrated city, but due to the Zayandehrood River, agriculture has grown in this province. Isfahan has long been considered as a place of residence for being located in the geographical center of Iran and having a temperate and fertile soil and adequate water supply.
It is probably named after the Sassanid era when the Sepahs gathered around the fertile plain around the city. In the year 19 AH. Ah. Isfahan fell into the hands of the Islamist armies without a war and bloodshed, and with the conclusion of a peace treaty, it became part of the vast land that Islam ruled. During the period of three hundred years afterwards, the city was often occupied until it was used as the capital in the fourth century AH, at the time of Al-Ziyar and Al-Buyeh. In the fifth century, during the Seljuk era, the capital of the vast empire became one border with the river Sihon and the other with the eastern shores of the Mediterranean.
The brutal pillage of the city by Timur Lang and the massacre of its inhabitants in 789 AH. Ah. It made Esfahan very bad.
During the first Safavid rulers in the tenth century AH, Isfahan became one of the most important centers of commerce, culture and industry. In the early eleventh century (1006 AH), the capital of Shah Abbas was transferred from Qazvin to Isfahan, and for almost a century and a half it was the capital of the Safavid dynasty and thus gained worldwide fame.
Isfahan city from ancient times to the following names: Apadana, Asifhan, Ashtaban, Spatna, Espahan, Aspadan, Spinner, Ashtaban, Aspadanah, Anzan, Bassfahan, Partak, Pari, Parthian, Jay, Darialihoodi, Rashourani, Sephora, Rashourji, Sepahan Gabian has been famous in half of the world and in Judaism. In Ferdowsi's Shahnameh, Esfahan (Sepahan) has been mentioned several times:
The city of Isfahan has become increasingly popular among the people of these countries since being selected as the first cultural capital of the Islamic countries in 2005 and has attracted many tourists. It is considered to be the most important city in the country in terms of handicrafts, with most of the country's handicrafts being manufactured, including embroidery, cashmere, and so on. All parts of Iran can be found on the outskirts of Naghsh Square in the Old Market in Isfahan.
Isfahan Tourist Attractions - Among Isfahan's most popular pastries, Isfahan's Gazi and Polkie are the most popular; the most important local food in Isfahan for anubani; And it can be bought in most parts of the city. Most of Isfahan's antiquities are related to the Safavid period and its most important tourism areas are on the margins of Zayandehrood.
Qapu High Mansion, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque (Shah Mosque), Vanak Church, Minaran of Chebah, Chehel Colon Palace, Eight Paradise Palace, Four Gardens, Atashgah, Old Steel Board Cemetery, Isfahan Historical Market, Jahan Square, Birds Garden , Khajoo Bridge, City Bridge, Thirty-Three Bridges (Bridge Allah Verdi Khan) and ... are the most important landmarks of Isfahan.
Isfahan Historical Monuments and Tourist Attractions
Ishtahan Chehelston Palace
Isfahan-Chehelston Mansion Tourist Attractions Built in the early 11th century between the garden and the complex of buildings and palaces in the Safavid government area. The mansion was built mainly for formal reception of foreign guests and ambassadors, in three stages, according to a single design. The first stage is the big and big hall. Stage II: Ivan the Mirror and the rooms on either side. Stage 3: Columned porch consisting of eighteen columns and wooden ceiling. The name Cheleston stands for the plurality of columns and the reflection of the twenty columns in the pool water.
Chehelstone wall paintings have been performed under the supervision of renowned Safavid artist Reza Abbasi, a magnificent Persian miniature. The four large indoor panels depict scenes from the battlefields and ceremonies of the Safavid kings. The two large middle panels are later extensions of similar themes drawn by the painter Sadegh Bashi (Qajar artist). Unfortunately, many of the Safavid paintings have been destroyed during the reign of the sultanate. From the pleasant poems of Najib Kashani (written by Mohammad Saleh Isfahani) on the forehead of Ivan the Colander, it is claimed that this magnificent edifice was burnt in the early 12th century AH and was repaired during the reign of King Sultan Hussein Safavi. .
Isfahan Imam Square
One of the most beautiful fields in the world is about 512 meters long and 160 meters wide around which rooms are built in two floors of the same size and shape. There are four unique monuments around the square. Qapu Higher Mansion; Imam Mosque; Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and at the door of the Kaisariyya market, in the middle of the main square, were the ground and two stone gates. Today's Imam Square is one of the shopping centers for handicrafts and also the site of many national and religious ceremonies. Every week a glorious Friday prayer is held in the square.
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One of the most beautiful fields in the world is about 512 meters long and 160 meters wide around which rooms are built in two floors of the same size and shape. There are four unique monuments around the square. Qapu Higher Mansion; Imam Mosque; Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and at the door of the Kaisariyya market, in the middle of the main square, were the ground and two stone gates. Today's Imam Square is one of the shopping centers for handicrafts and also the site of many national and religious ceremonies. Every week a glorious Friday prayer is held in the square....
The palace was allowed to be built in the eleventh century AH. Each method has its own state-of-the-art experiments. Important parts of the palace, the third-floor porch, the view of the Messi in the A and the Hallariasis can all be decorated with the most beautiful type of painting and chalk. Abbas is a famous artist after doing so.
Isfahan Tourist Attractions - On the southern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Imam Square), is one of the most beautiful mosques in the Islamic world, built by Professor Ali Akbar Isfahani at the behest of Shah Abbas I. In the first phase, the main entrance and the front porch are built with two exterior minarets of the mosque. The door of the mosque is decorated with silver and gold sheets and is related to the era of Shah Safi, the successor of Shah Abbas I. Inside the mosque there is a central courtyard with four porches and two lateral courtyards. The south dome of the dome is twofold and the space between them is about 12 meters high. The height of the outer dome is 50 meters from the floor of the mosque. The inscriptions of the mosque have been adorned by well-known calligraphers and calligraphers of the Safavid era such as Alireza Abbasi, Abdolaghi Tabrizi, Mohammad Saleh Isfahani, and Mohammad Reza Emami. All surfaces of jaras, walls, domes, minarets and arches of the interior and exterior of the mosque are covered with seven colors of tile and mosaic. The motifs of these tiles (flowers and shrubs) appear in a single, mysterious way.