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.
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
Mir Emad Tomb – Isfahan
The tomb of one of the famed calligraphers of the 'nastaliq' script, known as Emad-ol-Molk and reputedly called Mir, is located in the small courtyard of the Maqsud Bek mosque.In this tomb there is a slab of marble (70 x 35 cm.) affixed to the ...
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 ...
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 ...
Haftshooye Jameh Mosque – Isfahan
In north east to Isfahan, in the route to Nain, this very beautiful and historical mosque is sunk in the heart of history in the village of Haftshouyeh. The altar of Haftshouyeh central mosque is one of the most beautiful and complicated filers of ...
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 ...
Giyoork Church, Jolfa – Isfahan
This is another church in this vicinity, which displays interesting aspects and is also known as the Qarib Church. Colossal, religious slabs of stone from the 'Ooch Church' are safe guarded here.
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.
Saro Taqy Mosque – Isfahan
Other mosques in Esfahan province are as follows: The mosque and minarets of the Barsian Village, Seen Mosque, Kaj and Dashti Mosque, Qotbiyeh Mosque, Zolfiqar, Dar-e-Joobareh, Aziran, Jarchi, Baq-e-Haji, Aqa Noor Mosque, Mesri, Hakim, Haji ...