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
Imamzadeh Darb Imam – Isfahan
The same is located in the ancient locality of Sonbolistan and near Dardasht. There are two tombs in this Imamzadeh, which consists of two domes, a facade, adorned with tiles. Besides three courtyards are in the northern, eastern and western ...
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 ...
Kurd Olya Waterfall – Isfahan
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.
Baq-e-Qooshkhaneh Minaret – Isfahan
This minaret is situated in the Joobareh vicinity and is a vestige of the 8th century AH, and is beautifully worked with tiles. Its name relates to the fact that this structure was near one of the royal gardens, where the falcons of the monarch, ...
Hakim Mosque – Isfahan
Hakim Mosque in Isfahan is located at the end of dyers bazaar and was built in Shah Abbas II time by his physician, Hakim Mohammad Davoud, in remains of Jurjir Jameh Deilami Mosque or Saheb al-Zaman Ismail Ibn Ibad Mosque from the fourth Hijri ...
Portal of Jurjir – Isfahan
This portal is owned by “Kafi al-Kafah” Mosque (owner of Ismail Ibn Ibad, one of the famous ministers of Deilami kingsat fourth Hijri century) which was taken out of mud walls and repaired in Mordad 1335.This portal is historically and ...
Dovecotes – Isfahan
Dovecotes or such turrets are in plenty in the agricultural vicinities of Esfahan. These have been built with the purpose of collecting the excreta of these birds. The turrets are topped with domes with crevices so as to facilitate the access and ...
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.