The same is located to the west of Esfahan and covers an extent of 37,000 hectares. It is in a mountainous region with a cold and dry environment.
The wild life found here are, wild sheep, wild goat, goat, deer, partridge, dull yellow partridge, quail, vulture, carrion-kite and so on.
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
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.
Peer-e-Bakran Tomb – Isfahan
This tomb is situated in the village of Peer-e-Bakran in Esfahan, and comprises of three sections, such as the porch, courtyard and high ceiling.The ceiling of the porch is adorned with the 'Kufi' script, plaster work and floral design. The tomb ...
Imam Mosque – Isfahan
Shah Mosque with the alternative names of Jameh Mosque, Soltani Mosque and Imam Mosque is one of the mosques in Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan which was built in Safavid era and is considered one of the important Iranian-Islamic architectural ...
Handicrafts and Souvenirs – Isfahan
The province of Esfahan is reputed for its handicrafts and can be considered as an important sector in this regard. Besides its own local products, specialties from other provinces of Iran are also produced here.Since this province is highly ...
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 ...
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 ...
Khaje Nizam al-Mulk Tomb – Isfahan
This mosque is located in “Ashtargan” Village in Lenjan County that is today pronounced as “Ashtarjan” and is 38 kilometers from Isfahan. Its portal is 13 meters high and it is decorated by tiles according to the style of early eighth Hijri ...
Nilforoushan House – Isfahan
The house of Mohammad Bagher Nilforoushan is related to Qajar era and is located in Dardasht Neighborhood in Isfahan.This building was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 29th of Shahrivar 1353 with registration number 1001.