Trip To Isfahan | Travel Guide

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The current building of Imamzadeh Esmaeil is from the Safavi era and it can be obtained from the inscriptions and gravestones. The oldest inscription in the building is on the tomb of Judge Safi al-Din Muhammad ibn Molah Qadzat shrine that used to be on the western porch of the Imamzadeh Esmaeil.

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Imamzadeh Ahmad is one of the famous shrines in the city of Isfahan located on Imamzadeh Ahmad Alley, Neshat Street. This sacred shrine belongs to Sayyid Jalil al-Qadr Sayyid Ahmad, whose ancestry reaches Imam Baqir. Imamzadeh Ahmad is a square building with a beautiful dome which is tiled.

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Isfahan Traditional Bazaar is one of the most beautiful traditional Iranian bazaars with many fans and visitors. It is one of the oldest markets in the country.

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Malek Vineyard is a grape garden and historical mansion in Isfahan. The history of this garden dates back to Nader Shah Afshar. This garden belonged to Haj Malek, the ancestor of professor Elahi-Qomshei who emigrated from Bahrain to Isfahan during Nader Shah's time.

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Isfahan has many historical attractions and it is one of the most visited cities in Iran. So far we have introduced many historical places in this city. Now we are to check out the most famous bath in the city, which is the bath of Sheikh Baha'i.

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