Isfahan, known as Half the World, is a historical city that has most of its places from the Islamic era to the Safavid era. This city was chosen as the capital during the Safavid period, ie in the 16th century. At that time, Isfahan was very prosperous. There are many buildings in this city, some of which are registered as cultural heritage in UNESCO. It is possible that they use the creativity of its citizens for sustainable development, and Rasht and Isfahan are among the creative cities in Iran.

Isfahan is known as Islamic architecture, a prominent example of which is Naghsh Jahan Square. This city was not the focus of attention during the Achaemenid and Sassanid eras, but after Islam, there are various traces of architecture in it, which has led to it being called the Islamic city. Islamic historical sites in Isfahan are Naghsh Jahan Square, Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Aali Qapo, Chehel Soton Garden, Hasht Behesht, Minar Janban, Jame Mosque, and the pre-Islamic works of Atashkadeh, which are known as Sassanid times.

The people of Isfahan are known as religious people who hold more religious ceremonies than most cities in Iran. The city of Isfahan is known as China of Iran. All the arts mass-produce the food of other cities by cheap workers and sell it in the market under the name of Isfahan. At present, Isfahan is one of the handicraft cities of Iran. Isfahan nights next to Zayandehrud next to Pol-e Khan is one of the most beautiful walks. By taking many photos, you can bring many memories.


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