Armenian Quarter and Hasht Behesht Park
Perhaps the most tourist-visited city of Esfahan boasts a number of beautiful sights. Everyone usually visits the Imam Mosque on Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the historic bridges, Sabzeh Square and the huge bazaar. However, you will also find the beautiful Hasht Behesht Park, the royal palaces and the old Armenian Quarter with its preserved churches.
Museum of History in Esfahan
Hasht Behesht Park is located west of Espae's largest square, Naqsh-e Jahan. Along the way you will pass the history museum. If you have more time you can of course visit.
Chehel Sotun Palace
Just a short walk from the Historical Museum is the beautiful Chehel Sotun Palace, which served the local rulers. Here, too, it pays to go inside if you have time. This palace boasts truly lavish interiors.
Park Hasht Behesht
Hasht Behesht Park is an oasis of well-being in the otherwise hot Esfahan. An ideal place to relax while exploring Esfahan
Hasht Behesht Palace
The most important monument in Hasht Behesht Park is the palace of the same name
Love of water
Iranians, as a nation living mainly in desert areas and struggling for most of the year with great heat, love shady parks, fountains and water in general. Wherever possible, you will find fountains, ponds and pools
The Armenian Quarter is the furthest from the center of all major monuments. It is located almost at the southern end of the city. Its center is the interesting cathedral Vank. It is famous for its beautiful frescoes, so if it is open you will definitely not hesitate to enter
Church of St. Marie
In addition to the Vank Cathedral, you will find other churches in the Armenian Quarter, such as the Church of St. Marie.
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