Sad al Saltaneh Caravanserai a Great Safavid Masterpiece
The caravanserai of Sa'd alSaltaneh is one of the largest and best-preserved urban caravansaries in Iran. Covering an area of 6.2 hectares, the caravanserai was constructed in the Qajar era during the reign of Nasereddin Shah (1896-1831) under the supervision of Governor Bagher Khan Sa'd al-Saltaneh for whom the caravanserai is named after.
Nature Therapy in Iran
Health tourism or tourism therapy is one of the important and interesting parts of the tourism industry and medical services. Every year, millions of people travel to other countries in order to receive high quality and cheaper medical and treatment services. Countries such as Thailand, Mexico, India, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates are among health tourism destinations around the world. Meanwhile, Iran for many reasons has competitive advantages and high potential to attract tourism in the section of health and therapy that unfortunately are ignored.
The Malek House - Isfahan
The delightsome architecture of Iranian homes has long been famous, the houses that when you go and see them apart from their exquisite architecture where every part of itis made of principles and everything is in its place Another point also attracts attention And that is the character of the house, In fact, the old houses each have their own personality:: Something that does not fit in today's homes.
Exploring Isfahan an unlimited tour
A city of immense beauty and unforgettable experiences, Esfahan has been dazzling travelers for ages. Perhaps one of the reasons for this is that most Westerners appreciate the truly Persian character that the city has retained. Nesf-e Jahan, "Half the World", is a popular rhyme with the name of Esfahan and an example of the praise lavished by the inhabitants and poets on their city. At one time - at the close of the 16th and throughout the 17th century - this boast was not as exaggerated as it may sound today.
A masterpiece of Nature, Badab-e Surt Springs of Iran
Springs with different color, smell, and even taste that entitled Springs of Golden Palace, Badab-e Surt Springs! Badab-e Surt Is a beautiful and spectacular phenomenon known as wonders of masterpieces of nature registered as the most beautiful spring of the world. After Mount Damavand, this natural wonder was registered as the second natural phenomenon of Iran by the year 2006; and after Pamukkaleh Spring in Turkey, it is registered as the second saltwater spring of the world. Badab-e Surt Spring is located in the southwest of the city of Sary, Mazandaran Province at an altitude of 1841m (6040 ft.) above sea level.
Trip to Ardestan, A tempting suggestion
On this journey, you have to prepare yourself to see the best of beauties of history, architecture, and anthropology. Traveling to the cities of Ardestan and Zaware village is an offer that cannot be denied. All the monuments and wilderness nature attract tourists. Ardestan County with a total area of 10,713 sq.km and a population of 44,735 is located in the west of Naein and 127 km east of Esfahan.
Natanz an old village on the Hillside of Karkas(Vulture) mountain
Natanz County is recognized as high land within Isfahan Province and is surrounded by Karkas Mountain range from south to west. Although it neighbors a desert on the eastern side, it enjoys a fine and pleasant climate thanks to the peaks around it and the altitude. Although some marginal villages suffer from sand storms, other parts of this county are safe. Natanz is 3,392 sq.km with a population of over 45,000 people, located north of Esfahan and south of Kashan.
When Shah Abbas I chose Isfahan to be his capital, the people residing in der Ottoman rule in Armenia, Caucasus, and Georgia, who were eager to rejoin Persia, sent high-ranking representatives to Esfahan, Shah Abbas accepted their request to liberate them and in 1604. set out for Tabriz with a small army. There he fitted out his army and attacked the Ottoman overlords.
Shah Abbas and the Golden Age of the Safavid Period
Isfahan Golden Age and its flourishing, especially Safavid period, has an inextricable connection with Shah Abbas I. A great ruler who chose Isfahan as the third capital of the Safavid dynasty in 1598 and spent forty-two years of his life toward its beautification and eminence. Under the influence of Herat's architecture, painting and culture, King Abbas made many changes to the city.
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