It is located in Ali Qapoo Alley in the city of Ardabil. Its entrance is simple but beautifully decorated and has a globular dome. It has different parts with eye-catching adornments. There are two large alcoves inside the bath. It is estimated that the bath is 300 years old.
Ardabil (Ardebil) is an ancient city in Iranian Azerbaijan. Ardabil is the center of Ardabil Province.Ardabil is known for its silk and carpet trade tradition. Ardabil rugs are renowned and the ancient Ardabil Carpets are considered some of the best of the classical Persian carpet creations. Ardabil is also known as the seat of a World Heritage Site: the Ardabil Shrine, the sanctuary and tomb of Shaikh Safî ad-Dîn, eponymous founder of the ...read more about Ardabil
Holy Mariyam Church – Ardabil
This building is located in the Armanestan Alley or Ounchoo Meydan in Ardabil and dates back to about 300 years ago. The interior decorations are very interesting and its wooden door is ornamented with intricately carved geometrical designs.
Moghan Plain – Ardabil
Encompassing an area of more than 300-350 thousand hectares, the Moqan plain is located to the north of Ardabil province and west of the Caspian Sea. Due to its mild winters and humid summers, it is considered as an important agricultural pole of ...
Shorabil Recreational Lake – Ardabil
With an area of 180 Hectares, Shorabil Lake is located 2 kilometers south of Ardabil. It was known for its medical sludge and salinity before, but in recent years a type of trout is bred there as a result of desalination. Every fall, Hundreds of ...
Sheikh Safi-edin Ardabily Mausoleum – Ardabil
It is composed of a series of monuments built in various periods that was shaped as a complex for the first time by Shah Tahmasb. Later Shah Abbas added to the previous ones and renovated some sections.This historical complex is closely ...
Shater Gonbady Tower – Ardabil
This tower is located in Somi'eh Village, 8.5 km. from Ardabil. It is surrounded by open green space. Although heavily damaged, it's architectural design probably belongs to about the 8th century AH.
Ardabil Jame’ (Jomeh) Mosque – Ardabil
This is a remain from the Saljuqian period. In the walls of the minarets there are two inscriptions belonging to about 700 years ago. These have been transferred to a museum. Ceramic and other objects discovered at this site belong to about 600 ...
Gol Ali Spring, Sar Ein – Ardabil
These two springs flow out from several crevices holding a high quantity of CO2 gas. After joining other springs, its water is used for agricultural purposes. Its water yielding capacity is 30 liter/second and its temperature is 17° C with no ...
Samiyan Bridge – Ardabil
This old bridge has been built over Qarah Soo River, 15 km. from Ardabil. The antiquity of the bridge dates back to the Safavid period. The construction materials are stone and brick. There are four towers or minarets in its four corners for guiding ...