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Isfahan remains Iran's hidden jewel

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Known as Iran’s hidden jewel, Isfahan was once a dazzling city of ancient Persia. Unfortunately, the city had been forgotten and was left neglected; however, the latest generation of citizens have given new life to this once vibrant area.

Once larger than London and more dazzling than Paris, the province is slowly being rejuvenated back to its former self. Many of the spectacular palaces and architectural delights have been restored to their original lustre. It has once again, become an ideal destination choice for those seeking profound history and authentic culture.

The province of Isfahan is quite large and can easily be located in the centre of Iran. Just look between Fars and Tehran and you will find it. Its capital city of the same name is home to many of the province’s historical treasures.

The surrounding countryside is rather dry and bare, however, there is the magnificent Mount Karkas and vast river of Zayandeh Rud that leave a lasting impression in the landscape. Flights that land in the capital city offer spectacular views of the stark contrast between the outlying desert and the lush foliage around Isfahan.

The area is filled with bulbous mosques and Islamic buildings adorned with an endless array of cool blue tiles. An Isfahan destination will be filled with majestic bridges and historical monuments dating back to the 15th century.

The main monuments are located in the city’s Imam Square or Royal Square. Here you will discover Shah Abbas the Great who founded and rebuilt the town. He adorned the city with a royal palace, large streets, and breathtaking gardens.

Known as Iran’s hidden jewel, Isfahan was once a dazzling city of ancient Persia. Unfortunately the city had been forgotten and was left neglected, however the latest generation has given new life to this once vibrant area.

Once larger than London and more dazzling than Paris, the province is slowly being rejuvenated back to its former self. Many of the spectacular palaces and architectural delights have been restored to their original lustre. It has once again, become an ideal destination choice for those seeking profound history and authentic culture.

The province of Isfahan is quite large and can easily be located in the centre of Iran. Just look between Fars and Tehran and you will find it. Its capital city of the same name is home to many of the province’s historical treasures.

The surrounding countryside is rather dry and bare, however there is the magnificent Mount Karkas and vast river of Zayandeh Rud that leave a lasting impression in the landscape. Flights that land in the capital city offer spectacular views of the stark contrast between the out skirting desert and the lush foliage around Isfahan.

The area is filled with bulbous mosques and Islamic buildings adorned with an endless array of cool blue tiles. An Isfahan destination will be filled with majestic bridges and historical monuments dating back to the 15th century.

The main monuments can be located in the city’s Imam Square or Royal Square. Here you will discover Shah Abbas the Great who founded and rebuilt the town. He adorned the city with a royal palace, large streets and break taking gardens.