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Isfahan is one of the cities of Iran, and it is considered one of the largest Iranian cities, and UNESCO has chosen it as a world heritage city, as it is one of the ancient cities of ancient construction, and is characterized by its pleasant fresh air, green nature, moderate climate, and soil that is considered one of the most suitable soils in the land.
The most important historical monuments in Isfahan
It is considered the third largest mosque in the world, was established in 1611 AD, has an area of approximately 400,499 square meters, and can accommodate approximately 700,000 worshipers, and the mosque has four minarets and a dome, as it is considered as a unique masterpiece of Islamic architecture, and UNESCO has chosen it as a site of world heritage.
The mosque of the mosque
Muslims founded it in 644 AD, immediately after entering the city, at the beginning it was a small mosque, much repaired until the arrival of the Seljuks, where they rebuilt it based on the image on it now; the mosque was built from stone, and it contains four places of prayer called Al-Awawain, and the dome of the mosque has risen It was built by Sultan Malikshah, and he also built a mihrab inside the mosque, which is considered one of the most beautiful Iranian niches, as it is decorated with ceramics.
Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque
It is one of the most famous mosques in the city of Isfahan, its construction dates back to more than 350 years, and the mosque is a beautiful and unique masterpiece, distinguished by its ivory-colored dome decorations, the decoration of the Qur’anic verses on its walls, and its attractive attractive colors that are still the same.
Also called the high door, founded by Shah Abbas I the Safavid, the palace includes five floors based on 18 columns, and the last floor of the palace is a music hall specially designed to provide a distinctive sound resonance for the performers, and in the center of the palace is a fountain characterized by the beauty of its inscriptions and decorations, while the walls of the palace Distinguished by being decorated with sculptures of high taste and art, Shah Abbas used the palace balcony to watch the polo matches that were taking place in the field, while the interior rooms of the palace are unique architecture that exceeds the beauty of the appearance of the outer palace, the walls were painted with gold water and decorated with different forms of flowers , The Shah was using the palace to receive the ambassadors of countries, and dignitaries from different countries.
Ignorance Stone Palace
Also known as the Forty Pillars Palace, and it had a great role in the history of Iran, so it was occupied for a time as a place to rest for Shah Abbas II, and after that the palace became a council of kings in the Safavid era, and the palace actually includes twenty columns, but its reflection on the waters located opposite the palace deceives the beholder for forty A pillar, and the palace includes two opposite moving beacons. When one of them beats, one of them vibrates the other, a secret whose cause is unknown until now.
Naqsh Jahan Square
According to UNESCO, it is a map of the world, and it is considered one of the most important monuments of human civilization, and it is a landmark that combines architectural and historical value, it is a rectangular square, surrounded by famous ancient historical buildings such as: Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfallah Mosque, and the High Qabu Palace, This huge square is surrounded by a huge water basin.