A touristic complex has established a restaurant in the style of Netherland’s windmills near Kerman.
Windmill of Kerman is the largest windmill structure in Middle East which has a ceremonial usage. This complex was opened in 2015.
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
Ebrahim Khan School – Kerman
This school belongs to the Sheikhiyeh Sect and comprises of sections such as the class rooms, library, mosque, utility rooms etc. The main structure has a hall, altar, porches and cubicles alongside.Internally, the structure has been adorned ...
Imamzadeh Shahzadeh Hossein – Kerman
This structure is a construction of the Safavid era in Joopar. The same lies in verdant surroundings and has a unique architecture.
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 ...
Baq-e-Harandi Edifice – Kerman
The founder of this structure and garden was the late Adl-ol-Sultan, belongs to recent centuries.The premises has historical value in that Reza Khan stopped there for a while, during his last journey on the way to exile.
Zoroastrians Anthropology Museum – Kerman
Zoroastrians Museum is located in Kerman and is the first anthropological museum of the Zoroastrians in the world. This museum started to be built in 1370 by attempts of “Behdonyan Farzaneh”, “Hormoz Osheydari” and “Mahindokht ...
Ganjali Khan Complex – Kerman
Ganjali Khan Complex is located downtown in Kerman beside Kerman Grand Bazaar. Ganjali Khan was one of the famous governors of Shah Abbas era who ruled over Kerman from 1005 until 1034 and established numerous monuments and buildings and attempted ...
Segonbadan – Kerman
Moshtaghieh Dome which is also known as Three Domes is a monument from Qajar era in Kerman City which was located beside the old cemetery and in the extra-murals in the past. Moshtagh Ali Shah (D. 1206 Hijri) was Mirza Mohammad Torbati and was ...
Hindu Caravansary – Kerman
This double storyed caravansary was constructed by Haj Seyed Javad, the Friday prayer leader of the time, in the year 1771 AD. It was named due to presence of Indians and their activities during the Qajar reign.There is a relic of a Hindu Temple ...