Royal Heritage

Isfahan, Safavid Dynasty Glory

Isfahan, Persia

Discovering the eminence of Isfahan creativity in urban characteristics, which fascinate you with streets covered with tall trees, leafy sidewalks and unifying and coherent structures such as pavilions, citadels, mansions, bathes and sacred places, prove that Persian architecture is a formation of conscious act.

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Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Meidan Emam)  is a Masterwork of chief architect Sheikh Bahaee.

Naqsh-e Jahan Square

Shiraz, The Motherland of Achaemenid

Vank Cathedral with its fascinating paintings and mosque-like dome which is constructed by the Armenians who forced to move to Isfahan by Shah Abbas Safavid

Vank Cathedral

Armenian Genocide Museum,  to have a glance of the historic handwritten books, reminded artifacts of the cathedral and the first printed book in Persia.

Armenian Genocide Museum

Monar Jonban, an unbelievable structure built during Ilkhanate era, which is an architectural masterpiece as a result of minarets oscillation, constructed during Safavid dynasty.

Monar Jonban

Hasht Behesht Palace, where used to be a royal pavilion with glamorous paintings, woodwork, mirror-work and tilling.

Hasht Behesht Palace

How to Get There

By Plain:

Isfahan International Airport (IFN).

Drive 27 km to the city center.

When to Visit

Isfahan is located in central area of Persia, so the climate is mostly moderate and pleasant to tale walks alongside of the streets since the beginning of March to the end of April and at the end of September to the end of November.

How to Visit

Explore Isfahan by walking across its streets especially Chaharbagh St. to feel the beauty of urbanism and artistic view of history. Let’s walk in Julfa area to Indulge yourself into Armenian part of the city with their cozy cafe and architectural masterpieces.

Visit

Isfahan, Safavid Dynasty Glory

Hours                                     Pricing

Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Meidan Emam),

24 Hours                                                                  Free of Charge

Vank Cathedral,

08:30 A.M – 06:30 P.M (Spring & Summer)             500.000 IRR

08:00 A.M – 05:30 P.M (Autumn &Winter )

Armenian Genocide Museum,

08:00 A.M – 06:00 P.M                                             500.000 IRR

Monar Jonban,

09:00 A.M – 04:30 P.M                                             200.000 IRR

Hasht Behesht Palace,

09:00 A.M – 05:30 P.M                                             200.000 IRR

Note: Due to especial holidays the sites would be closed.

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