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Niasar Fire Temple

Niasar Fire Temple, called Chahar Tagh and located 28 kilometers west of Kashan city, is a structure with a dome, over a rock at the highest point of Niasar Village.  The fire

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Sohrab Sepehri’s Tomb

Sohrab Sepehri (October 7, 1928 – April 21, 1980) was a notable Persian poet and a painter. He was born in Kashan. He is considered to be one of the five most

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Tepe Sialk

Tepe Sialk is a large ancient archeological site (a tepe or Persian tappeh, “hill” or “mound”) in a suburb of the city of Kashan, in central Iran, close to Fin Garden. The

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Ouyi Ancient City

Ancient underground city of Ouyi (Nushabad), in the northern Kashan, is considered as one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture. Although Ouyi was only discovered in 2004, archeologists believe the structure of the

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Qamsar Village

Qamsar is a village in central Iran Located about 31 kilometers south of Kashan. The town of Qamsar is most famous for its roses, rosewater and rose perfume. Qamsar, together with three

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Kashan Jameh Mosque

Jameh Mosque of Kashan, built during Seljuq dynasty in 1779 AD, is the oldest historical structure in Kashan. The plan of the mosque is simple. There is a Howz in the courtyard

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Ameriha House

Ameri House is a historical house in Kashan. It was built during the Zand era (1750-94) for Agha Ameri, the governor of Kashan, who was responsible for maintaining the security of the route between

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Maranjab Desert & Caravansary

Maranjab Desert is located by the city of Aran Va Bidgol, one of the ancient desert cities of Isfahan province. It is also close to Kashan. Maranjab Desert is a place which

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Fin Garden Kashan

Bagh-e Fin Garden (built early 16th century) The Bagh-e Fin Garden likely dates to the early Safavid era, but its current design began to take shape during the reign of Shah Abbas

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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, Kashan, Iran. Built in the 16th century, today the bathhouse serves as a tourist attraction, rather than its primal purpose. The objective of the bathhouse was not only