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 ...
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 ...
The mineral water springs of Jooqan, Bibi Sharah, Jeeveh and Morteza Ali lie alongside the village of Ekhtiar Abad in Kerman. These springs contain a multiple number of minerals.
This structure is a construction of the Safavid era in Joopar. The same lies in verdant surroundings and has a unique architecture.
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.
The said caravansary is located in the Saraji Bazaar near Ganj Ali Khan. This caravansary has two entrances, one leads to the Saraji Bazaar and the other opens out into the Qal'eh Bazaar. This caravansary is a double storyed building.
The province of Kerman in respect to its relief and natural terrain, encompasses elevated plains and vast desert spaces. Some of these such as the plains and summer residing quarters are taken advantage of as recreational areas.
The plains of ...
This old bath is located in the midst of the Ebrahim Khan Bazaar in Kerman. The same consists of two sections, the cloak room and the main bath. This bath has been utilized since 1321 AH.
This mosque belongs to the Sheikhiyeh sect, and was completed in the year 1286 AH. by Haj Aqa Ali Rafsanjani.
The same has 40 pillars each sculptured from one piece of stone. Its surrounding areas also add to the beauty of the said mosque.