chaojileThe 33-hole bridge, which was built between 1599 and 1602, is one of the 11 bridges in Isfahan, Iran. It is highly regarded as one of the most famous representatives of Safi bridge design. It is a double-layer structure, with 33 arches, so named 33-hole bridge, is a beautiful stone arch bridge, but also a multi-functional building, both bridge and dam.
老吴华哥Imam Square is also known as Isfahan Royal Square, which means "the world's model", is the second largest square in the world, UNESCO is listed in the world cultural heritage list. The square is a collection of the most beautiful real architectural artifacts of the Safavid Empire, including the unparalleled Shah Mosque, the elegant Sheklofra Mosque, the luxurious Ali Capri Palace.
老吴华哥The imam mosque, also known as the Shah mosque, is a perfect visual spectacle, with its massive use of blue mosaic artworks and proportional Safavid architecture, demonstrating Abbas I's imagination and outstanding architectural talent.
老吴华哥The Forty Columns of Isfahan, the only preserved palace in the Royal City, was used as a hedonistic palace and reception hall during the Safavid period, inspired by the colonnade of Achmenid. The historical record of this palace dates back to 1614, and the lavish palace fully reflects the luxury of the time.
天鹅湖的青蛙Built in 1086, it was the largest dome in the world at that time. It was built by the prime minister of the Sejul dynasty, a great administrator. He also wrote the rule that the king should hunt and govern the army. Uh, this is really hard to imagine in our culture.
老吴华哥The Juli Mosque, also known as the Friday Mosque, is a magnificent building that stands out in the Old Town of Yazd, one of the highest in Iran. Built in the fifteenth century, the mosque replaced an earlier Zoroastrian Fire Temple with two majestic 48-meter-high light towers decorated with a 15th-century inscription. The dome and the fine mosaic tiles on the dome, with symbols of infinite, eternal and life and death.
zayanderood ( the river)
Sio se pol ( double-deck stone bridge, completed in 1602, featuring 33 arches over the Zayandeh River)
Imam Square is the second largest square in the world, and most of the buildings around the square were built in the Safavid dynasty.
Western Arikup Palace.
South Imam Mosque.
East Sheikh Lotfula Mosque.
Baza in the north.
1, Net Red Mosque Sheikh Lotfula Mosque. The color of the exterior of the
mosque will change with the sun's rays and will gradually turn pink in the evening.
The interior of the mosque is famous for its mosaic temple decorated in blue, yellow and turquoise. The cover photo of the
Lonely Planet Iranian version is the dome of the building. The sun shines through the small panes in the high places, forming a peacock-like beam of light, bringing the morning light to the dimly lit hall.
Standing under the beam, taking pictures is especially mysterious.
2, the thirty-three-hole bridge of the unpopular,
compared with the magnificent mosques in Isfahan, the gardens of the green trees, the thirty-three-hole bridge is indeed plain, so she Not popular with tourists. There is always a condensed life in a variety of ways.
Laughter, flamboyant and generous local girl, a scholar who seriously explores religious issues, a small couple who loves the retreat, a young man who indulges in the hookah, and a student with a black robe in his body, looking for an opportunity to take the order. The men of female tourists...and the people who prayed piously.
Under the bridge hole is also a good place to take pictures, one by one, the arches overlap, very deep sense.
This magical country is free of charge!
We always have too many misunderstandings and misunderstandings about this world, just want to tell you a different Iran.
When I came back from Iran, I immediately went into a busy and boring job. I thought that I was still in a lively, hot, and Iranian street surrounded by black robe women and men. In this modern society where people are increasingly indifferent, we always spend our private time on various high-tech social networks, and we share our lives with family and friends. In the past few days in Iran, let me stay away from high technology for a while, let me feel the trust, care and communication between people. This may be the power of religion, a nation with a strong faith, always admirable.
[Iran | This net red coffee shop is a bit interesting]
Azadengan tea house coordinates near the Royal Plaza of Isfahan, the restaurant on the TA ranked NO.1, and later found that many people have gone to LP recommended, in fact We are just looking for a tea house to sit down because of hunger and cold.
The shopkeeper is very windy, not screaming, has the old problem of the net red shop: the clerk is not enthusiastic. The reason why it is red is that it should be a dense lamp and tea set, like an antique collection store. After a long corridor, walk into a district, where only male guests are received, and it is used to smoke shisha. The second district is mixed with men and women, mainly drinking tea, coffee filled with oil, and mixed with lemon juice. The poached egg that I ate, and the cockroaches that accompanied me through Iranian days, formed our brunch
The heritage of Isfahan can be seen everywhere in the old city. As long as you deviate from the crowded main road and turn into an alley, you will be convinced that this is not a big city. The city is only half the city of Persia. From the hotel to the most famous Imam Square in Isfahan, you have to go through the local Bazaar, which has a traditional craft shop. You can see the craftsmen in the store wearing a needle-and-axle knife, but it is The front door is deserted, and it may be that the bustling commercial center Bazaar has been moved outside the old city, and the abandonment and ruin here make people feel that history is long and ruthless.
Imma Square, which was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1979, is the largest square in Isfahan and a symbol of Isfahan. This reminds me of the international airport in Tehran called Imam Khomeini International Airport. I want to come to the position of the Imam in Iran.
Imamu Square is second only to Beijing Tiananmen Square, ranking second in the world. I knew this before I came to Iran, but it was repeatedly emphasized by the Iranians after arriving at many Imam Squares. In Imam Square, there will be many local people taking the initiative. If you encounter Iranians who can speak fluent Chinese, dont be surprised. I have met several people. They are proud to tell you that Imam Square is The world's second largest square, then ask where is the world's first square?
Of course, I am very fond of the saffron, I am still very fond of the Imam Square, not only beautiful, but also a lot of lovely people, the visitors here are very enthusiastic.
Isfahan, half a world
to Isfahan, is close to sunset. The rooms in
Isfahan are very tight. It is said that there are only 2,000 rooms in Isfahan, so it must be fixed in advance. Several of the hot LPs have already been booked more than a month before we came to Iran. I have booked it, but this one is still there. I didn't have much hope for this environment, but I came here to find that this house is really good. It is quite clean and the standard star hotel is very clean. The sights of
Isfahan are basically around the Imam Square, so it is best to choose the hotel near the Imam Square.
Imam Square is the second square in the world, second only to my Tiananmen Square (good pride)
square is lively and extraordinary, three or five groups People sitting on the grass chatting, drinking tea, eating, some greedily greeted us, and some curiously sneaked at us.
Imam Square is a circle in Bazaar.
All the bars are strolling down. I personally think that Isfahans Bazaar is the most visited, and all kinds of crafts are dazzling, and I cant wait to move back home, but I can also get most of the handwritten letters to be sent.
A lot of shops in Bazaar have been closed at night, so you can go shopping during the day.
[Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque]
On the edge of Imam Square, after entering, it was shocked by the momentum here. It is so beautiful. It is strongly recommended to come. There are so many mosques in Iran to see it. This impression gives me It is indelible.
Tickets: 10w riyal / person
indoor light is very dark, should come with a tripod. . Before I saw someone who described the dome as a peacock that had been open for a long time, it was a beautiful dome, and I kept looking up at my neck, but I was too late to leave.
There is also a bright spot in this mosque, that is, the cover of LP is also the view here. This is taken according to the angle of the LP cover. Unfortunately, there is a light in the wood. It is said that it is necessary to come in around 8:00 in the winter. In this window, we have taken this light. We are now in the winter time, but after all, it is only in October. I am not sure if it is the winter, and I ran to the bus station early in the morning to buy the ticket to Yazd the next day. I missed the 8 o'clock time, so this statement has not been verified in my case. It is only a great pity that I have not been photographed. . .
Although I didn't photograph the light on the LP cover, I have to admit that this light is nothing more than a finishing touch, because the mosque itself is beautiful, beautiful and does not require any extra decoration.
Here, people are also seemingly small. If you dont look carefully, you forget that I once left a shadow in the corner.