Walking through this historic house full of memories and feelings can take us to 19th century Iran. It is like a trip back to the past time and feeling the authentic atmosphere of old residential areas. Borujerdi House is just one of the must-see houses in Kashan, southern province of Isfahan.
The historical house of the Abbasi family, which was built in late 18th century with six courtyards in the city of Kashan, is one of the most popular monuments and tourist attractions of the central Iranian province of Isfahan. Most of houses in Kashan used to belong to wealthy traders, who built them for their families.
Kashan County, in Iran’s central Isfahan Province, is a monochromatic landscape of gracefully arched, khaki-colored buildings spread on dusty hills. Each spring, this desert region bursts into bloom, the hills filling with delicate pastel and deep pink roses in seas of green.
The Sialk mounds of Kashan city, Isfahan Province, also known as ‘Tappe Sialk’, is located approximately three kilometers southwest of the city center. These ancient mounds are more than 7,000 years old. Cultural heritage experts regard it as one of the tourist attractions of Kashan.
Traditional carpet weaving in Kashan in Isfahan Province is one of the most fabulous Iranian fine arts. UNESCO has inscribed this skill representing the symbol of ‘city weaving style and Persian weaving style’ as an intangible cultural heritage of Iran in 2010.