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.
Isfahan, historically also rendered in English as Ispahan, Sepahan, Esfahan or Hispahan, is the capital of Isfahan Province in Iran, located about 340 kilometres (211 miles) south of Tehran.Isfahan is the second most populous metropolitan area in Iran after Tehran. The counties of Isfahan, Borkhar, Najafabad, Khomeynishahr, Shahinshahr, Mobarakeh, Falavarjan, Tiran o Karvan, Lenjan and Jay all constitute the metropolitan city of ...read more about Isfahan
Alvijeh, Kukuloo and other caves – Isfahan
The limestone cave of Kalah Rood and the beautiful cave of the Alvijeh Village, Shah Shekar Cave located at a distance of 30 km. on the Shahreza - Semirom road, the Kukuloo Cave, 15 km. west of Esfahan, the Shah Qandab Cave southeast of Shahreza are ...
Ab Malakh and Shalura Waterfall – Isfahan
Other waterfalls in this province are named as, the Ab Malakh Waterfall (in Semirom) and the Shalura Waterfall (in the Charmaheen Village of Ardestan).
Neyestanak, Farfan and other castles – Isfahan
These are named as, the Rostam Bafaran, Neyestanak Castles in Naein. The Farfan Castle in Esfahan, Torshak Castle in the Marq Village of Esfahan, Deeyu and Jalali Castles in Kashan, Sangi Castle in the township of Semirom, and the Bozi Castle in ...
Masoudieh Palace – Isfahan
Masoudieh Palace is related to Qajar era and is located in Baharestan Square in Tehran. It was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 27th of Dey 1377 with registration number 2190.Masoudieh Palace Garden was built in 1295 ...
Zayar Minaret – Isfahan
The same is located in the Zayar village, east of the city of Esfahan. It is beautifully adorned with brickwork coupled with turquoise glazed tiles lining the fringes and the panels of the minaret.It is a relic of the Saljuqi era in the 6th ...
Shahrestan Bridge – Isfahan
This bridge is located in the east of Esfahan and is an interesting piece of architecture. The same is a relic of the Sassanid period.
Khaju Bridge – Isfahan
Khaju Bridge in Isfahan is located on Zayanderud River and in the eastern side of Si-o-seh Pol. Khaju Bridge had foundations since late Timuri era and was built in its current form to the right to Shah Abbas II in 1060. The bridge is 133 meters in ...
Vank Cathedral – Isfahan
Vank, built in time of the Second Shah Abbas in ??? AD, is one of the historical cathedrals of Armenians in Isfahan. Ancient Armenian churches have cone-like domes, but the dome of Vank Cathedral has been built like the domes of Iranian mosques in ...