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Touch the sky in Maranjab Desert of Isfahan Province
Maranjab Desert is located near the city of Kashan which is one of the ancient desert cities of the central province of Isfahan. It was named after a castle around there dating back to Safavid Dynasty. It has a typical climate of hot and dry in summer, cold and dry in winter, and very little rainfall during the year.
Isfahan Birds Garden, a paradise in heart of city
If you are one of those people who are just fond of the bird watching tour and listening to birds, Isfahan Birds Garden is a must-see place for you! The place looks like a paradise in the heart of the city that is called, in Iran, “half-of-the-world” due to its never-ending amazements.
Vank Cathedral, Armenian heritage in Isfahan
Wandering around the Islamic capital of Persian arts and architecture, among the magnificent mosques, the ironic Vank Cathedral in the New Jolfa district has been the glory of Isfahan since the 17th century until now.
Pigeon towers of Iran, an amazing example of architectural theme and variation
Pigeon towers are among the amazing monuments in Iran, especially scattered on the suburbs of the country’s central city of Isfahan.
‘From Isfahan to Istanbul’: Arts of the Islamic World
An online course on arts of the Islamic World, ‘From Isfahan to Istanbul’, is underway, according to the announcement by a UK-based academy.
The “Polish Children” of Isfahan
In the spring of 1942 in anticipation of the arrival of Polish refugees from captivity in the USSR, a city of 2,000 tents was hastily erected on the shores of the Caspian Sea at Pahlavi (now Bandar-e Anzali). Just how many there would be nobody knew, but only days earlier word had arrived that there could be as many as 10,000 women and children along with the soldiers in the army of General Anders. Would these facilities be enough?
Tappeh Sialk, glory of ancient Kashan
Tappeh Sialk on the outskirts of modern Kashan in the central province of Isfahan is arguably the most important ancient site in Iran before the rise of the Persian Empire in 550 B.C.E.
Baba Rokneddin Tomb in Isfahan’s oldest cemetery
Baba Rokneddin Tomb is located in the cemetery of Takht-e Pullad or Takht-e Fullad in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, to the south of the river of Zayanderud.
Pakistan’s Lahore to renew sister city agreements with Iran’s Mashhad, Isfahan
A delegation of Pakistan’s Indus Foundation for Human Development and the director of Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Lahore decided to renew sister city agreements of Lahore with the Iranian cities of Mashhad and Isfahan.
Isfahan’s Naghsh-e Jahan Square
Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Image of the world in Persian), also known as Imam Square (Meidan-e Emam in Persian), is the main tourist spot of the central city of Isfahan and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This square is among the first places to see while visiting Isfahan and it is full of tourists all over the year, wrote.
Khaju Bridge: Famous, old bridge in Iran's Isfahan
Khaju Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridges of the world. It is one of the historical bridges on the Zayanderud, the largest river of the Iranian Plateau, in Iran’s central province of Isfahan. Khaju is a name of small district in the neighborhood of the bridge. It is about 132 meters long and 12 meters wide, Tasnim quoted as as writing.

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