Isfahan tourist city
Isfahan is an Asian Iranian city located geographically on the River Zinde Road, astronomically located on a longitude of 51.29 degrees east of the Greenwich Line, and on a latitude of 32.38 degrees north of the equator, and its land area is 190.7 square miles, rises above sea level 1,574 meters, and is administratively tracked to a governorate Isfahan, and its official language is the Persian language, in addition to a number of local languages, such as the Azeri, Arabic, Kurdish, Kalkali, and Tabaritan languages, as it has twinning with several cities, such as Cairo, Dakar, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, Shiyan, Yerevan, Kuwait, Lahore Kathmandu, Florence, Venice and Saint Petersburg Seburg.
- Shahristan Bridge: It is located on the eastern side of the city, and was built in the fourteenth century AD, and connects the agricultural area located on the south bank and the village of Shahristan located on the northern side, and the bridge was characterized by its huge pillars that protect buoys from the Zayande River.
- C Bridge: It is also known as the Seh Bal river, meaning thirty-three bridge, and it consists of thirty-three arcs.
- Poly Khajou Bridge: It was built during the rule of Shah Abbas II, that is, between 1642 CE and 1667 CE, and this name was named after the Khaju suburb which is located in it.
- Aali Qabu Palace: It is located on the western side of Naqshi Jahan Square, and it consists of six floors that include several honor, and was built in the Safavid era in order to receive the apostles and ambassadors from other countries, and the palace was characterized by frescoes and the abundance of paintings in it.
- Royal Palace, forty columns: It is located in the southeastern side of Naqshi Jahan Square, and it was built to be a symbol to reflect the Sultan of the Safavid kings who ruled Iran. As for the columns, they are similar to the pillars in Shihel Sutton, where it is characterized by being covered in glass mirrors.
- Hasht Bisht Palace: It is located near the Shahr Bagh Road, and was built during the days of the reign of Shah Suleiman II, specifically in the sixteenth century AD, and is characterized by unique wall paintings, and ceilings decorated with tiled artifacts and drawings.
- The Combined Mosque: It is known as the Mosque of Isfahan Mosque, and it was built by the Muslim conquerors in the year 644 AD.
- Imam Mosque: It was built during the rule of Shah Abbas, and its minarets are about 48 meters high, and it is characterized by its beauty, splendor, and its architecture.
- Shah Abbas Mosque: It was built by Eng. Ali Al-Isfahani, and its building overlooks Shah Abbas Square from the southern side. It is considered one of the most luxurious mosques that were built during the days of Safavid rule, and its artistic architectural integrity, and its walls decorated with colorful Qashrani, and exquisite decorative motifs.
- Naqsh Jahan Square: It is a square with a rectangular shape, in the middle of which is a basin of water similar to the Great Lake, overlooking the high door, which was the residence of Shah Abbas.
- Fire temple: It is located on top of a high-rise mountain, and the Sassanid era days were constructed of clay and reed material.
- Narin Castle: Its construction dates back to pre-Islamic times.