The handicrafts and souvenirs of the province of Kerman are as follows:
A traditional embroidery known as Patteh, carpets, rugs, Jajeems, Kilims (a coarse carpet), satchels, and other hand woven articles. Caraway seeds and pistachio of Rafsanjan and Kerman are best of the main items of this province.
Kerman is the capital city of Kerman Province, Iran.It is the largest and most developed city in Kerman Province and the most important city in the southeast of Iran. It is also one of the largest cities of Iran in terms of area.Kerman is famous for its long history and strong cultural heritage. The city is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. Kerman is also on the recent list of the world's 1000 cleanest ...read more about Kerman
Chahar Souq Caravansary – Kerman
The said caravansary is located in the Saraji Bazaar near Ganj Ali Khan. This caravansary has two entrances, one leads to the Saraji Bazaar and the other opens out into the Qal'eh Bazaar. This caravansary is a double storyed building.
Jazmoorian Lake – Kerman
The same covers an area of 8,300 sq. km. and comprises of the rivers that flow into the Hamoon Jazmoorian Lake.The most important of which is the Halil Rood River, with main tributaries like the Zardasht from the Gufar, Baft from Lalezar, Rabar ...
Shahdad Village – Kerman
Shahdad is one of the districts of Kerman that has a number of sub-terranean canals, citrus orchards, and date palm plantations. In the second half of the year, Shahdad is a region worth visiting.The ruins of the old city of Shahdad that dates ...
Jabalieh Dome – Kerman
At the eastern end of Kerman, near the two graveyards of Saheb al-Zaman and Seyyed Hossein Kerman, a great and strange dome is made of stone and gypsum that has stopped being ruined. This octagonal dome, which is also known as Gabri Dome is totally ...
Peer Baba Mosafer Mausoleum – Kerman
This structure is located in Shahdad (Kerman) and is also known as Khaneqah-e-Aqoos, Aqoos Kelisa (church) or Peer-e-Mosafer. The same comprises of walls, a court-yard, entrance and a domed chamber.This mausoleum is a relic of the 7th century ...
Kerman Bazaar – Kerman
The bazaar in Kerman dates back to 600 years ago to Timurid era when a number of people got together and established an optional bazaar as the primary base of the great bazaar in Kerman. Other parts were then added to it in different periods of time ...
Shah Nematollah-e-Vali Tomb – Kerman
Shah Nematollah-e-Vali was the head of the Ellahiyeh (730-834 AH.), and was one of the reputed Gnostics of the first half of the 9th century AH. His tomb and Khaneqah (or a kind of monastery) is located in the town of Mahan (Kerman). The Hezar Shah ...
Ebrahim Khan Bath – Kerman
This old bath is located in the midst of the Ebrahim Khan Bazaar in Kerman. The same consists of two sections, the cloak room and the main bath. This bath has been utilized since 1321 AH.