tourism iran

tourism iran

Iran is a land that has undergone various periods of history, and in this way many memorials has been stamp on it. This historic country has experienced many things and has come to the forefront today. Some of historical and natural attractions of

Tourism Iran

Iran is a land that has undergone various periods of history, and in this way many memorials has been stamp on it. This historic country has experienced many things and has come to the forefront today. Some of historical and natural attractions of Iran, including si-o-se-pol , Chehel sotoun, hasht -behesht palace, menar jonban, ali-ghapu, naghshe-jahan Square, Tabriz old bazaar, Tehran bazaar , Shams ol-emareh, Kandovan village, Imam reza shrine, Maranjab desert,  Eram garden, Persepolis, Pasargadae, Hafezia, Apadana Palace, Soltanieh Dome and others.

Si -o-se-pol

Shah Abbas I ordered that the bridge be built in the Isfahan and was built with stewardship of Allah Vardikhan. People went to the Jolfa city through this bridge. And in the past it was known as Shah Abbasi, Allah Vardikhan and Jolfa Bridge. Other names of si- o -se- pol can be pointed to Chehel cheshmeh because the bridge had forty springs in the first place. This bridge in the past have been the venue for the Ab -pashan and Khaj-shoyan celebration of Armenian in Isfahan. According to writer and geographer General Percy Sykes, this historic bridge is one of the first-class bridges in the world. Lord Kurzon, an Iranianologist and a 20th-century British politician in the description of thirty-three bridges, wrote: “Man does not expect to travel to Iran to see what can be called the most magnificent bridge in the world.”

Chehel sotoun

The Chehel Sotoun Palace, built in an area of ​​67,000 square meters, is one of the historical monuments of Isfahan. This monument was constructed during the period of Shah Abbas and dates back to the Safavid period. Chehel sotoun has 20 columns, which is called the 40th column by the reflection of the pillars in the middle pool of the courtyard,and  recorded in iran  on January 5, 1931. This building was registered worldwide during the 34th World Congress for the Registration of Historic Monuments.

Tabriz Old bazaar

The old Tabriz market is one kilometer long, the largest and most important indoor market in the world. This old market includes about 5,500 chambers, shops and stores, 40 types of jobs, 35 saras, 25 timchehes, 30 mosques, 20 rastehs and rasteh bazaars, 11 corridors, 5 bathrooms and 12 schools. The name of the Tabriz old bazaar is seen in the writings of tourists, geographers and historians such as Ibn Battutah, Marcopolo, Jaksen, Olya Chalabi, yaqut al hamawi, Gaspar Derville, Alexis Soktikov, Jean Shardin, Eugene Flaneeting, John Card Wright, Jamila Cardy, Clavicho, Robert Grant Watson, Hamdollah Mostofi and Moghadasi. This market was registered on September 16, 1975. Its name was registered at the thirty-fourth session of the World Heritage List at the UNESCO World Heritage List.