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Isfahan

Isfahan city is the most important city which tourists like to see, touch and walk for hours in its Naghsh-e Jahan Square. Isfahan’s special architecture will always astonish you. The geometric order seen in every piece of architectural work is a token of the Safavid era. Isfahan is Iran’s third largest city. The first rank goes to Tehran, and Isfahan is after the religious city of Mashhad. ...

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One of the best and different experiences of traveling to Iran is visiting the Armenian region of Jolfa. Armenian people living in Isfahan have been sent from Jolfa area in the northwest Iran, near Azerbaijan border, by Shah Abbas’s command in order to be protected. This happened around 1600 AD and in 1604 Armenians inhabited […]

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