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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Taken
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
 Secluded picnic area.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Avenue of trees.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Man with newspaper.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Two young women.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Children's play area.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Two children.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
Two women talking.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
 Statue of astronomer and mathematician, Huazari Biruni.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Laleh Park
The Alborz Muntains.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Shrine of Imam Khomeini
Detail of a minaret.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Shrine of Imam Khomeini
Domed gateway.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Shrine of Imam Khomeini
 Large picnic area at the shrine.
2010
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
The National Museum of Iran.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Glass and Ceramics Museum
 The Glass and Ceramics Museum is set in a Qajar building that was once a family villa.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Glass and Ceramics Museum
The interior is very elegant.
2010
Iran
Tehran
Ebrat Museum
Typewriter and reports written about detainees.
2010
Iran
Alborz Mountains
 Rajayi Dasht on the floor of the Shahrud Valley.
2010
Iran
Qom
Qom is a conservative pilgrimage town.
2010
Iran
Qom
Hazrat-e Masumeh
The shtine has a golden dome.
2010
Iran
Qom
Hazrat-e Masumeh
Two golden topped minarets.
2010
Iran
Qom
Hazrat-e Masumeh
 Gate three is highly decorated.
2010
Iran
Qom
Hazrat-e Masumeh
 Decoration on gate four.
2010
Iran
Qom
Pilgrims in the main square in front of the shrine.
2010
Iran
Qom
 Sweets and halvas for sale.
2010
Iran
Qom
Pilgrims.
2010
Iran
Kashan
 Street in central Kashan, a small desert town famous for its historical traditional houses.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Khan-e Ehsan
 The Khan-e Ehsan is a traditional Kashan house restored and converted to a hotel.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Imamzadeh Sultan Amir Ahmad is a Shia shrine.
2010
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.
2010
Iran
Kashan
 Condenser for producing rose essense for perfumes.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Agha Bozorg Mosque
 The entrance to the mosque has a pair of wind towers, used since ancient times for air conditioning.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Agha Bozorg Mosque
 The mosque has a sunken courtyard used as an Islamic school.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
The covered Kashan bazaar.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 The Kashan bazaar is along a single kilometre of covered shops.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 Carpet shop with framed carpets resembling pictures.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Framed carpet with woman and plant.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Lamps.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 Tea shop.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 Prayer beads.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 Dyed wool.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Caravanserai.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Household items.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Nuts and pulses.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Gold bazaar.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Carpet shop.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
Domed serai.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 Small shrine in the bazaar.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Bazaar
 The Timche-ye Amin al Dowleh is a domed area in the bazaar built in 1868.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Sialk
View from the ziggurat.
2010
Iran
Kashan
Fin
 The tea house.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Naqsh-e Jahan Square is the centrepiece of Esfahan, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
 The large square was built by Shah Abbas in 1602. It is also known as Imam Square.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
 Naqsh-e Jahan Square is 512m long and 163m wide, the world's second largest.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
 The two storey arcades of the square lead to the bazaar and old city.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
The arcades contain shops.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
 The city of Esfahan and mountains beyond the city's masterpiece square.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
The mountains around the city.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Life in the square.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
 The southern end of the square is dominated by the spectacular Imam Mosque.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Imam Mosque
 The 30m high entrance portal of the Imam Mosque.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Imam Mosque
 Detail of the tilework on the entrance portal of the mosque.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Imam Mosque
 The "stalactite" decoration on the entrance portal.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Ali Qapu Palace
 The Ali Qapu Palace.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Ali Qapu Palace
 View from the terrace over the southern end of Imam Square.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
 Detail of the gateway entrance of the mosque.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
 The cavernous prayer hall beneith the dome.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Qeysarie Gate
Qeysarie Gate at the northern end of the square is the entrance to the Bozorg Bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 The Bozorg Bazaar (Great Bazaar) is on multiple levels.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
The voulted passages of the bazaar run for several kilometres .
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 The metal working bazaar is at the southern, covered end of the bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Making pots and pans.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Decorated tray.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Metalware musician.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Metalwork with decorations.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Metal workers.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Copper worker.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Samovar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Metal eagle.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Metalwork for sale.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Flower shops and pharmacy.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Dried pomegranites.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Spice shop.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Artistic spices.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Shop selling spices, nuts and herbs.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Herb shop.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Rose petals used to make perfume and essense.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Herb seller.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Safron.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
There are many side passages and former inns in the bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Courtyard of an open caravanserai.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Roof of a covered caravanserai.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Shop selling shisha pipes and vases.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Shop selling fabrics.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 The clothes bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Prayer beads.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Men's clothes shop - A clothes bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Headscarves.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Manikins with headscarves.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Fabrics.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Weaving.
2010

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2020 KryssTal

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