See a collection of architectures by visiting Jame Atigh Mosque (1400 years of evolution)
See the marble lights of the most famous Shabestan of Atigh Mosque
Visit a traditional bathhouse
A visit to the shaking minarets, both minarets vibrate if one is shook.
In this tour, we will be visiting Atigh Mosque as a collection of Iranian Islamic architecture. See More… Atiq Mosque is one of the most magnificent corners placed in the historical context of Isfahan. Of its beauties Nizam al-Mulk dome, Taj al-Mulk dome, the al-Mihrab Oliyatou (the altar of Master Hydar) and the Beit Al-Sabat shabestan, which is apparently known as Linen tent. Our next site will be a traditional bathhouse. Ali gholi Agha Hammam Located in Ali Gholi district which includes one Hammam, one ancient Persian gym (Zurkhaneh), a mosque and bazaar complex which dates back to the late Safavid-era. At this moment we can see the bath routine just like it was in Safavid- era. The bathroom consists of two men and women part, each of which includes a dressing room (Sarbine), interiors and sudatorium (garm khane-h). After that we will move to the next place which is Monar Jonban. The shaking minarets are responsible for the worldwide fame of Monar Jonban. Be careful!! Make sure to check the timing of it on our website so you wouldn’t miss it. At the end we will make a visit to Marnan Bridge which was re-bulit and repaired by Armenian Khaje Shafraz. With a glance at the structure of this bridge one can find the piers of Marnan Bridge are likely to the piers of Shahrestan Bridge.
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