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Isfahan or Eşfahān, located about 340 km south of Tehran, is the capital of Isfahan Province and Iran third largest city. This city contains a wide variety of Islamic architectural sites ranging from the 11th century to the 19th.
- 1 City views
- 2 culture
- 3 Education
- 4 Nature and Parks
- 5 Palace and House
- 6 Mosque and Religious school
- 7 Church building and Cathedral
- 8 Fire temples
- 9 Synagogue
- 10 Bridge and Garden square
- 11 Handicraft, Bazaar and Shops
- 12 Transport
- 13 Twin towns – Sister cities
- 14 See also
Galleries and museums
Café, restaurant and hotel
Nature and Parks
Palace and House
East-west view from the courtyard of Rakib-khaaneh showing the tower based in north-western part of the mansion.
Mosque and Religious school
Inside Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque.
The ceiling of the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
Minarets of Shah Mosque
Jame' Mosque, northern sector
Chaharbagh religious school
Church building and Cathedral
Bridge and Garden square
Khaju Bridge or "Pol-e baba rokn" (means baba rokn bridge) -- east-west view
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
- Main gallery: Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
Naqsh-e Jahan Square from Ali Quapu palace