Blue Mosque the Turquoise of Islam
It is one of Mozafariyeh's era Mosques and monuments that built upon the order of Jahanshah ebn e shah-Yusef, a ruler of the Qara Qoyunloo dynasty. It attests to the constructive efforts of this dynasty in a Tabriz. The construction of the Blue Mosque of Tabriz was begun at the request of Khatun-Jan Beigom, the consort of Johanshah, under the supervision of Ezz-ed-Din Gamchi and was completed in Rabi’-ol-Avval 870 AH / AD Oct.Dec. 1465. A thorough examination of this monument reveals that its construction was based on a predetermined project comprising plans and decorative schemes prepared by eminent architects and artists of the time.
Underground City of Nushabad or Ouyi
A Masterpiece of Iranian Ancient Architecture
The underground city of Ouyi (Nushabad) in northern Kashan - Isfahan province - is considered one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture. The depth of this underground city varies from 4 to 18 meters. To reach the underground city there have been several different openings. Some of these openings were located inside the houses of people and some others were located in important gathering places such as the main fort just outside the city. People could live in the underground passages and room for several days without the need of going outside.
Iran Nomad Tours
If you are going to travel to Iran and want to visit one of the best folk, traditional, and natural features of Iran, the nomads are calling you. Do migration(Kouch) journey with nomads and their flocks. A new tour program and lifestyle that you have never experienced yet. Staying in traditional nomadic tents(made by Goat wool), traditional and organic food - local and folk music under a bright celestial that is illuminated with millions of stars is a part of your unique experience. You wake up with the first glints of sun and Take part in daily life and activities. Rely on nature and shut down from the materialistic world and experience a new lifestyle. Enjoy organic local fresh food with epic views of nature.
The bazaar is one of the main elements of traditional Iranian cities which was originally developed for the performance of trading and manufacturing functions; however, it has other important functions. The introduction of the bazaar to Iranian cities dates back to ancient Iran when the Medes and Achaemenids planned their cities. Urban sociologists, town planners, and town planners have generally described the concept of the bazaar as the heart of Iranian cities.
Mashhad Ardehal Calls You to the Ancient“Carpet Washing” Ceremony
Mashhad Ardehal is a village 42km west of the Kashan. Among locals, it is also known as Mashhad Ghali. Mashhad Ardehal is located in the eastern domain of Ardehal Mountain (one of the highest regions of Ardehalrural district) in Kashan County. Here is the shrine of Imam Zadeh Sultan Ali Ibn Mohammad Bagher (peace be upon him), the immediate child of Imam Bagher (5th Shiite Imam) and brother of Imam Jafar Sadegh (6th Shiite Imam and founder of Shiite religion), and his tomb dates back to 11th century.