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Isfahan

Iran
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Popular Attractions in Isfahan

Naqshe Jahan Square(Shah Square)
4.3/5
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
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Bridge of 33 Arches
4.4/5
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Architecture
Bridge
Masjed-e Jameh
4.2/5
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Religious Sites
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Chehel Sotun Palace
4.4/5
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Palace

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6 Aug 2020
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Trip Moments

doubleliker   
I am often asked if you have been to more than 20 countries. Which one is the best? I blurted out this question without thinking: Iran. The Iranians have a natural exotic beauty, a big eye with agility, a tall nose, and a generous body. Maybe God has a preference for the Persians when he created people. In all parts of Iran, Tehran is a city of tension and solemnity. Shiraz is the land of romantic poets, and Isfahan is a combination of fashion and retro. It is also the city with the most beautiful skins I have met. They like to come to the thirty-three hole bridge to release their beauty and faint sadness. I always pick up an hour before sunset, the sun begins to converge, and the Persians start to move. In front of a stone brick door on the bridge, I accidentally caught two men who did the same thing. They didn't notice that another person was imitating themselves. At each hole, the uncle who was white and bearded was kindly taking photos with us. Walking on the bridge, a hoarse Iranian grandfather enthusiastically taught me how to take pictures. Although he could not make a sound, he skillfully pointed out the best angle for shooting the 33-hole bridge. Even under the bridge, the boys in threes and threes think about life in the hole of ten meters. I am very curious about how they crossed the river more than two meters to the other side. In the other corner, the lost uncle's nest waited for the sunset. Thirty-three-hole bridge is the soul of Isfahan, and every corner is playing a mysterious story, as long as you pay attention to it.
Posted: 20 Dec 2018
JOJO’s wonderful trip   
The Forty Pillar Palace is the palace built by Abbas II, the son of the founding emperor of the Safavid dynasty, Abbas II. This rich second generation inherited a huge empire after the death of Dad, and other more normal Fu II. Like the generation, there is such a life motto: drink the strongest wine, love the one who loves the most. Whether you are drinking or dating, you need to have a comfortable place, so he abandoned the old Alicap Palace, and built this bigger and more luxurious on the west side of Imam Square. Forty pillars, enjoying wine, music and women in it, it can be said that all he brought to the empire before the age of 35 is negative energy. Oh no, the only advantage is that under his influence, wine masters from all over the world When I came to Iran, Irans wine industry developed rapidly. The grape sacred place of Shiraz became the worlds famous wine origin. After the Islamization, the country banned alcohol, the Shirazs winery was closed, and the worlds wines were closed. Fans are a pity. Abbas II is so vain, it is because his father is too strict with him before he died, of course, he must indulge himself after death, but he always keeps the blood of the Abbas family in his body. The strong gene finally awakened in a day, disgusted with the day of the whole drunken dream, and he began to come to the political affairs. With the help of Prime Minister Saru Taqi, coupled with the innate talent and the cultivation of his father in the youth, II soon became familiar with the political affairs, and the empire turned around and thrived. The more businessmen came to Safavid The more the country, the richer the country.
Posted: 17 Dec 2018
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