Points of Interest in Isfahan Province

8 Attraction in Points of Interest category found.

Tabatabei House

Tabatabei House Traditional Building

Rating: 9.0/10

The Tabatabei House is a historic and triditional house in Kashan, Iran. It was built in the early 1880s for the affluent Tabatabaei family.

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Naqsh-e Jahan Square

Naqsh-e Jahan Square Historical sequre

Rating: 9.8/10

Naqsh-e Jahan Square, is a square situated at the center of Isfahan city, Iran. Constructed between 1598 and 1629, it is now an important historical site.

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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse Traditional Bathhouse

Rating: 8.5/10

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, also known as the Qasemi Bathhouse, is a traditional Iranian public bathhouse in Kashan, Iran.

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Borujerdi House

Borujerdi House Traditional House

Rating: 8.0/10

The Borujerdi House is a historic house in Kashan. The house was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the wife of Seyyed Mehdi Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant.

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Sialk Hills

Sialk Hills Historical place

Rating: 8.0/10

Tepe Sialk or Sialk Hills is a large ancient archeological site in a suburb of the city of Kashan close to Fin Garden. The culture that inhabited this area has been linked to the Zayandeh River Culture

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Underground City of Nushabad

Underground City of Nushabad Ancient Ruins

Rating: 8.0/10

The underground city of Ouyi or Noushabad in the northern Kashan is considered one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture.

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Hasht Behesht Palace

Hasht Behesht Palace Royal palace

Rating: 8.5/10

Hasht Behesht, meaning "Eight Paradises" is a Safavid era palace in Isfahan. It was built in 1669 and is today protected by Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization.

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Menar Jonban

Menar Jonban Architecture

Rating: 7.0/10

The Monar Jonban, or Menar-e-jomban, is a monument located in Isfahan, in central Iran. Construction began in the 14th century to cover the grave of Amu Abdollah Soqla.

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