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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Iran
Tehran
 Chaotic traffic in central Tehran.
Iran
Tehran
 The main bazaar in Tehran covers several blocks of narrow streets.
Iran
Tehran
 Pistachio nuts on sale in Tehran's bazaar.
Iran
Tehran
 Jewelry stall in the Tehran Bazaar.
Iran
Tehran
 Cloth sellers in the Tehran Bazaar.
Iran
Tehran
 Household goods in the Tehran Bazaar.
Iran
Tehran
 The centre of Laleh Park is a large fountain with views of the Alborz Muntains.
Iran
Tehran
 Secluded picnic area in Laleh Park in the north of Tehran.
Iran
Tehran
 Statue of astronomer and mathematician, Huazari Biruni in Laleh Park in the north of Tehran.
Iran
Tehran
 Large picnic area at the Shrine of Imam Khomeini.
Iran
Tehran
Glass and Ceramics Museum
 The Glass and Ceramics Museum is set in a Qajar building that was once a family villa.
Iran
Alborz Mountains
 Rajayi Dasht on the floor of the Shahrud Valley.
Iran
Qom
 Gate three of the Hazrat-e Masumeh.
Iran
Qom
 Decoration on gate four of the Hazrat-e Masumeh.
Iran
Qom
 Sweets and halvas for sale outside Hazrat-e Masumeh.
Iran
Kashan
 The Khan-e Ehsan is a traditional Kashan house restored and converted to a hotel.
Iran
Kashan
 Two door knockers with different sounds to be used by men and women so that the occupants know the gender of the caller.
Iran
Kashan
 Street in central Kashan.
Iran
Kashan
 Condenser for producing rose essense for perfumes.
Iran
Kashan
 The entrance to the Agha Bozorg Mosque has a pair of wind towers, used since ancient times for air conditioning.
Iran
Kashan
 The Agha Bozorg Mosque has a sunken courtyard used as an Islamic school.
Iran
Kashan
 The Kashan bazaar is along a single kilometre of covered shops.
Iran
Kashan
 Carpet shop with framed carpets resembling pictures, Kashan bazaar.
Iran
Kashan
 Tea shop, Kashan bazaar.
Iran
Kashan
 Prayer beads in Kashan bazaar.
Iran
Kashan
 Dyed wool in the Kashan bazaar.
Iran
Kashan
 Small shrine in the Kashan bazaar.
Iran
Kashan
 The Timche-ye Amin al Dowleh is a domed area in the Kashan bazaar built in 1868.
Iran
Kashan
Fin
 The tea house at Fin Gardens.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Square
 Imam Square was built by Shah Abbas in 1602.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Square
 Imam Square is 512m long and 163m wide, the world's second largest.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Square
 The two storey arcades of Imam Square contain shops and lead to the bazaar and old city.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Square
 The city of Esfahan and mountains beyond Imam Square.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Square
 The southern end of Imam Square is dominated by the spectacular Imam Mosque.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Mosque
 The 30m high entrance portal of the Imam Mosque.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Mosque
 Detail of the tilework on the entrance portal of the Imam Mosque.
Iran
Esfahan
Imam Mosque
 The "stalactite" decoration on the entrance portal of the Imam Mosque.
Iran
Esfahan
Ali Qapu Palace
 The six storey Ali Qapu Palace was once home to Shah Abbas who created Imam Square and its mosques and palaces.
Iran
Esfahan
Ali Qapu Palace
 View from the terrace over the southern end of Imam Square.
Iran
Esfahan
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
 Detail of the gateway entrance of the mosque.
Iran
Esfahan
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
 The cavernous prayer hall beneith the dome.
Iran
Esfahan
 The main bazaar in Esfahan runs for several kilometres and is on multiple levels.
Iran
Esfahan
 Artistic spices in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 The metal working bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Metalwork for sale in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Flower shops and pharmacy in the southern (covered) part of the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Dried pomegranites in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Covered caravanserai in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Shop selling shisha pipes and vases in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Shop selling fabrics in the Esfahan bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Spice shop in the Esfahan bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Shop selling spices, nuts and herbs at the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 The clothes bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Prayer beads in the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Broom seller in the northern (outdoor) part of the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
 Forge, northern part of the bazaar.
Iran
Esfahan
Jameh Mosque
 The Southern Iwan (gate) has Safavid tiles on a Mongol gate with a Seljuk dome.
Iran
Esfahan
Jameh Mosque
 The two level courtyard.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The River Zayandeh runs through Esfahan.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The River Zayandeh is crossed by a number of 17th century stone bridges.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Si-o-Seh Bridge has 33 arches was was built in 1602.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The northern entrance to the Si-o-Seh Bridge.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Si-o-Seh Bridge is 298m long and is pedestrian only.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 Parks adorn both banks of the River Zayandeh.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The two level Si-o-Seh Bridge from one of the riverside parks.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The River Zayandeh is popular with the population of the city.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Chubi Bridge dates from 1665.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Chubi Bridge is 150m long and has twelve arches.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Chubi Bridge from the park.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 Well kept riverside park.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Khaju Bridge is 110m long and was built in 1650.
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The Khaju Bridge regulates the flow of the river with sluices.
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
 Vank Cathedral is the main church of Esfahan's Armenian community in their district of Jolfa.
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
 The interior of the Church of Bethlehem has Christian icons over Islamic tiles.
Iran
Esfahan
Chehel Sotun Palace
 The Chehel Sotun Palace dates from 1647.
Iran
Esfahan
Chehel Sotun Palace
 The garden of the Chehel Sotun Palace.
Iran
Esfahan
Hesht Behesht Palace
 The Hesht Behesht Palace (1670) is a pavillion set in a garden.
Iran
Esfahan
 View of Esfahan from the Ateshkadeh.
Iran
Yazd
 Yazd is a desert mud brick city famous for its ancient wind towers.
Iran
Yazd
 The old city of Yazd.
Iran
Yazd
 Decorated doorway.
Iran
Yazd
 Calligraphic decoration in Yazd.
Iran
Yazd
 The old city of Yazd is dominated by small alleys.
Iran
Yazd
 Wall painting at a primary school in the old city of Yazd.
Iran
Yazd
 Buildings in the old city of Yazd.
Iran
Yazd
 Wooden structure in Yazd used for Hossenieh celebrations.
Iran
Yazd
 Carpet shop in Yazd.
Iran
Yazd
 Shop selling mirrors for weddings.
Iran
Yazd
Jameh Mosque
 The prayer hall of the Jameh Mosque.
Iran
Yazd
Zoroastrian Fire Temple
 The "eternal flame" in the Zoroastrian temple.
Iran
Yazd
 Building with wind towers at the edge of Yazd.
Iran
Meybod
 Small oasis village near Meybod.
Iran
Meybod
 Meybod is a mud brick town inhabited from the 3rd century AD.
Iran
Meybod
 The houses in Meybod are low rise and have small windows to keep out the desert Sun.
Iran
Meybod
 View of Meybod.
Iran
Meybod
 Water cooler with four windtowers dating from the 17th century.
Iran
Meybod
 The courtyard of the caravan serai, used by travelling merchants as an inn.
Iran
Meybod
 Ceramic money boxes drying at a pottery workshop.
Iran
Meybod
 Vases and jars at the pottery workshop.
Iran
Kharanaq
 The aquaduct brings water to the village.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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