Isfahan is a historical city in the center of Iran. The city is the center of Isfahan province. Isfahan is Iran’s third largest city and the third most populous city after Tehran and Mashhad. It is also one hundred and sixty-five most populous cities in the world and the ninth most populous city in West Asia. The city became the capital of Iran between the years 1722 and 1050, especially in the sixteenth century, during the Safavid kingdom, and prospered greatly. There are numerous monuments in the city, some of which are registered as UNESCO’s heritage sites. The city is

During the Timurid era the Naqsh-e Jahan square was made in smaller size. This field was expanded to the present form of Shah Abbas I. Most of the buildings around this square were also built during this period. As the capital of the country moved from Isfahan to Shiraz, the importance of the World’s Square became less and less important. History of the Naqsh-e Jahan Square The square and its surrounding buildings were mostly destroyed during the Qajar period, but with the coming of the Pahlavi government, all the buildings around the square were completely repaired. To date, these buildings

Kakh-e Chehel Sotoun(in Persian: ‍ٖ forty columns چهلستون) is one of the main tourist attractions of Isfahan which has only attracted many tourists from all over the world by doubling its columns. The Kakh-e Chehel Sotoun is one of the most spectacular and historic sites in Isfahan province and an example of a royal garden built during the Safavid era. It is also known as the Chehel Sotoun Garden or the Chehel Sotoun Museum Garden, in addition to the Chehel Sotoun Garden. Khakh-e Chehel Sotun is located in Isfahan’s Governorate Street and has an area of ​​over 2 square meters. The