This waterfall is located 90 km west of Esfahan and is in the altitudes of Dalan Kooh. The said waterfall gains its water from the melting snows of this mountain and is a picturesque sight in spring.
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
Sa’adat Abad Bridge – Isfahan
The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant of Shah Abbas II.This bridge connects the royal gardens on the ...
Sareban Minaret – Isfahan
The same is a remnant of the 6th century AH, and is situated to the north of the 'Joobareh' neighborhood, which is a part of the Hebrew locality of Esfahan. The architecture of this 54 m tall minaret is of the Saljuqi era, and the same is adorned ...
Hakoop Church – Isfahan
This is the very first Armenian Church in the territory of Esfahan, and was constructed in 1065 AH, after the Armenians immigrated to this vicinity.At present this church is located in the courtyard of the St. Mary's Church.
Ali Mosque Minaret – Isfahan
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.
Mahyar Carvansery – Isfahan
This caravansary with its four porches is to the dimensions of 82 x 89 sq. m. and with a rectangular courtyard covering an area of 48.30 x 38.70 sq. m. is located in the south of Esfahan in the village of Mahyar.The chambers of this caravansary ...
Menar Jonban Minaret – Isfahan
This structure comprises of a mausoleum and two minarets, constructed on the tomb of 'Amoo Abdollah' a reputed personality of the 8th century AH. The tombstone reveals the date 716 AH., coinciding with that of the reign of 'Oljaito' Ilkhan the ...
Chehel Dokhtar Minaret – Isfahan
Another interesting relic of the Saljuqi period is the Chehel Dokhtar Minaret in Esfahan. The same is adorned with brick work and 'kufi' inscriptions. This Minaret was constructed in the year 501 AH. by 'Abol Fath Nahuji' during the reign of Soltan ...
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).