Three different religions, customs and lifestyles within five hundred meters of walking distance.
Touch on the symbiont circle that stood for four hundred years in a district named New Jolfa.
Visit a church made out of clay, mud and brick derived from the culture of Christianity in the heart of Armenian community of Jolfa Isfahan
It could be said that the most important and the most interesting part of this tour is touching on the symbiont circle that stands between the three religions of Islam, Christianity and Zoroastrianism only within 500 meters of walking distance. We begin this tour from a Zoroastrian temple and we will listen to the tales about the Zoroastrians who lived in Isfahan from our tourist guide. As we continue, in less than 200 meters we will pass one of the most important hospitals which was built by the Armenians. Next, we will reach Bethlehem church and then we will walk toward Jolfa square and we will visit the famous sundial placed there. The tales about the emigration of Armenians will be told in New Jolfa. We will make a stop at the Vank Church which is the most famous church in Isfahan. Finally, we will visit the Ernest Hoeltzer’s art exhibition. He is one of the famous photographers of Qajar era who lived in Jolfa district during his stay in Isfahan. The tour ends with a visit to the Keshish historical House of Isfahan.
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As you know, free walking tours are Tip-based! Tip as much as you want depending on your request, you can visit the sites from the inside by paying for the entrance fee.Suitable walking shoes Suitable seasonal clothes Cancel up to 24 hours in advance