Trip To Isfahan | Travel Guide

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The bath of Shah Ali were built in the Safavi era and it is located in Abdul Razzaq Street, Jamaleh neighborhood in Esfahan. This monument was registered on August 11, 1997 with registration number 1904 as one of the national monuments of Iran.

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Aali Qapu is the largest palace that may existed in a capital city. It was considered one of the best palaces in the world in the Safavi era, with all the benefits of a royal palace. Aali Qapu is a mansion on the west side of Naqshe-jahan Square and in front of the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque.

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Isfahan's Hasht-Behest palace was completed on the third year of King Suleiman's reign. It is an example of the finest living palaces in the Safavi era. Mirza Mohammad Taher Nasrabadi, the owner of the Nasrabadi Tablet,

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