4.5 based on 287 reviews
Something of a Tardis: entering via the narrow front door and corridors gives no hint of the splendid courtyards and ponds within. Supposedly built as a home suitable for object of the builder's affection, the daughter of another wealthy merchant of Kashan, it did the trick and they were married and lived for many years in this magnificent building.
There are cool courtyards with ponds, elegant stained glass windows and superbly detailed stone carvings. Not to be missed!
4.5 based on 244 reviews
You can climb the rooftop of this bath as the first place when visiting the historical bath. You will experience views of the city as well as interesting cupolas providing light into the bath itself. Interior is beautifully decorated with mosaics.
4.5 based on 185 reviews
I believed I had seen everything there was to be seen after having visited three historic houses in the Kashan area but I was wrong because the Abbasi House with its numerous courtyards connected by secret passage-ways and the amazingly beautiful mirror-like ceiling in one of the chambers was a "gem" to be explored. The restaurant in its premises is worth being visited as well as the food and the service are second to none and the prices not too high.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
Was built nearly 130 years ago by a famous merchant named Haj Seyed Ja`far Borujerdi from Natanz, who imported goods from Borujerd in Lurestan province.
The construction date (1293 A.H.) can still be seen on the covered inscription of the building, completion of which required 18 years of work by tens of labors, master printers, and architects.
4 based on 150 reviews
A historical mosque in Kashan, Iran. The mosque was built in the late 18th century by master-mimar Ustad Haj Sa'ban-ali, the mosque and theological school (madrasah) is located in the center of Kashan. It was here where Ustad Ali Maryam as a pupil started his career as a brilliant architect.
This mosque provided more artisan work then I expected. I remember thinking wow this is pretty special. The ceilings, the tiles and the artwork are just beautiful.
4 based on 194 reviews
The bazaar of Kashaan is an old bazaar in the city center. It's thought to have been built in the Seljuk era and renovated during the Safavid period. The bazaar has famous architecture, especially at its Timche-ye Amin od-Dowleh section, where a grand light well was built in the 19th century. The bazaar is a few miles in total length and houses shops, baths, tombs, mosques, arcades, and more.
if you want to experience a cool shade in sunny days and visit local and traditional workers, don`t miss bazaar. Especially Timche and Zhee Show room
4 based on 473 reviews
this green lushy garden with marvelous water irrigation system, presenting with orifice with water coming out all time. By the central green garden on Rightside, it's small museum that exhibits local arts, costumes, utensils, inscriptions. it's small and need to pay admission fee so you can skip it .the highlight there is Hammam which is on the wall on the left of central garden. it's long line of visitors during Nowruz but it worths visiting, there are exhibits how people dress and do in this bath .it takes no more than 10 minutes until exit near the main garden exit.
4.5 based on 108 reviews
to me as an expert in natural resources, Maranjab desert is great with great silence. you can feel the lady of desert in silence, greatness and magnificence. before the maranjab and Karvansara you can see the salt lake and before that from another way you can go to the Rig Boland. all of this places are great and amazing.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
The merchant houses make the journey and stop in Kashan very worthwhile. This has a remarkable courtyard setting which is surrounded by intricately decorated flanks which makes it extremely photogenic. Entrance fee of 50000R and sometimes there is a guide on hand.
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4 based on 73 reviews
After a lot of mosques and palaces this was something different and really interesting. They certainly were clever people.
At the end of the tunnels there is a cafe where the coffee is a must. A combination of coffee, chocolate, cinnamon, sugar and cardamom brewed on hot sand for 5 hours.
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