Historical Places


Baq-e-Qooshkhaneh Minaret, Esfahan

Monday, 24 December 2007 05:32 administrator
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This minaret is situated in the Joobareh vicinity and is a vestige of the 8th century AH, and is beautifully worked with tiles. Its name relates to the fact that this structure was near one of the royal gardens, where the falcons of the monarch, Shah Abbas I were housed.
 

Ali Mosque Minaret, Esfahan

Monday, 24 December 2007 05:31 administrator
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This minaret is located in the ancient square of Esfahan near the Ali Mosque, and is a construction of the 6th century AH. The same displays fine brickwork and inscriptions in the 'kufi' script.
 

Other Caravansaries, Esfahan

Monday, 24 December 2007 05:30 administrator
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These are named as, Sheikh Ali Khan, Jarchi Bashi, Teemcheh-e-Jahangir, Saray-e-Sefid, Mirza Kuchak, Mir Ismail and Khansariha in the bazaar of Esfahan. Maranjab, Amin-ud-Douleh, Gomrok, Mooteh and Gabr Abad in Kashan. Bazaar-e-Zavareh in Zavareh, Behjat Abad on the Esfahan - Natanz Road, Chahar Borj on the Esfahan - Kashan Road, the Gez caravansary north of Esfahan, Bahram on the Esfahan - Tehran Road, Madar-e-Shah in the north of Esfahan, Taqi Abad, Golgoon Abad, Yagmeesh and Khargoosh on the Esfahan Road, and Dambi caravansary amongst others in Esfahan province.
 

Sio Seh Pol (Allah Verdy Khan) Bridge, Esfahan

Monday, 24 December 2007 05:30 administrator
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This bridge is approximately 300 m. in length and 14 m. in width, and is one of the masterpieces in bridge construction in Iran and the world. The same was constructed in 1005 AH. under the supervision and expense of Allah Verdy Khan, one of the famous commanders of Shah Abbas Safavid I. The Armenians used to hold special festivities near this bridge in the Safavid period. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood river.
 

Shahrestan Bridge, Esfahan

Monday, 24 December 2007 05:29 administrator
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This bridge is located in the east of Esfahan and is an interesting piece of architecture. The same is a relic of the Sassanide period.
 


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