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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
The gold bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Carpets.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Food menu.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
Ceramics.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Broom seller in the northern (outdoor) part of the bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
 Forge in the northern part of the bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Bozorg Bazaar
The Ali Minaret is the oldest in Iran (11th century) and is 52m high.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Shrine of Harum Vilayet
The Shrine of Harum Vilayet is at the northern end of the Bozorg Bazaar.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Shrine of Harum Vilayet
Images of famous Ayatollahs.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Shrine of Harum Vilayet
Detail of tiled imams.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Shrine of Harum Vilayet
Detail of inlay tile work.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jameh Mosque
 The Southern Iwan (gate) has Safavid tiles on a Mongol gate with a Seljuk dome.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jameh Mosque
 The two level courtyard.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The River Zayandeh runs through Esfahan.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The river is crossed by a number of 17th century stone bridges.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Both banks of the river have been converted to well manicured parkland.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Si-o-Seh Bridge
 The Si-o-Seh Bridge has 33 arches was was built in 1602.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Si-o-Seh Bridge
 The northern entrance to the bridge.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Si-o-Seh Bridge
The bridges of Esfahan are famous for their tea houses.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Si-o-Seh Bridge
 The bridge is 298m long and is pedestrian only.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Si-o-Seh Bridge
 The two level bridge from one of the riverside parks.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 Parks adorn both banks of the river.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Well manicured park.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 The river is popular with the population of the city.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Chubi Bridge
 The Chubi Bridge dates from 1665.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Chubi Bridge
 The Chubi Bridge is 150m long and has twelve arches.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Chubi Bridge
The bridges are popular meeting places for couples.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Chubi Bridge
 The bridge from the park.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Chubi Bridge
Bastion.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
 Well kept riverside park.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
 The Khaju Bridge is 110m long and was built in 1650.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
One of two decorated bastions.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
 The Khaju Bridge regulates the flow of the river with sluices.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
The bridge is decorated with tiles.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
The southern end of the bridge.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
Tiled arches on the upper level.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
View from the lower level.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
Tiles.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
View of the river.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
People relaxing and sheltering from the Sun.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
View from the northern bank.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Khaju Bridge
The riverside park from the bridge.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Women having lunch by the river.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Garden by the river.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Roses are very popular in Iran.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Zayandeh River
Desert hills overlook the river.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Cafe in Jolfa, the Armenian district.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Vank Cathedral
 Vank Cathedral is the main church of Esfahan's Armenian community.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Vank Cathedral
A clocktower guards the entrance.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Vank Cathedral
The brick dome.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Vank Cathedral
The belltower.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Cathedral Museum
The Museum of Armenian Culture.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Church of Bethlehem
Tiles with Armenian inscription.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Church of Bethlehem
 The interior of the church has Christian icons over Islamic tiles.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Jolfa
Church of Bethlehem
The painted interior.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Chehel Sotun Palace
 The Chehel Sotun Palace dates from 1647.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Chehel Sotun Palace
 The garden of the palace.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Hesht Behesht Palace
 The Hesht Behesht Palace (1670) is a pavillion set in a garden.
2010
Iran
Esfahan
Ateshkadeh
 View of Esfahan from the hilltop temple.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Yazd is a desert mud brick city famous for its ancient wind towers.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 The old city of Yazd.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Decorated doorway.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Calligraphic decoration.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 The old city is dominated by small alleys.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Wall painting at a primary school in the old city.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Buildings in the old city.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Wooden structure in Yazd used for Hossenieh celebrations.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Carpet shop.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Shop selling mirrors for weddings.
2010
Iran
Yazd
Jameh Mosque
 The prayer hall of the Jameh Mosque.
2010
Iran
Yazd
Zoroastrian Fire Temple
 The "eternal flame" in the Zoroastrian temple.
2010
Iran
Yazd
 Building with wind towers at the edge of Yazd.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 Small oasis village near Meybod.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 Meybod is a mud brick town inhabited from the 3rd century AD.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 The houses in Meybod are low rise and have small windows to keep out the desert Sun.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 View of Meybod.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 Water cooler with four windtowers dating from the 17th century.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 The courtyard of the caravan serai, used by travelling merchants as an inn.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 Ceramic money boxes drying at a pottery workshop.
2010
Iran
Meybod
 Vases and jars at the pottery workshop.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 The aquaduct brings water to the village.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 Shrine in the fields.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 House next to the citadel.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 Houses in the old village.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 Houses in the old part of Kharanaq.
2010
Iran
Kharanaq
 Multi storey houses.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 The entrance to Vakil Bazaar, the largest covered market in Shiraz.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Vakil Bazaar is set in a vaulted brick building built under Karim Khan.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Vakil Bazaar is famous for its carpet shops.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Shiraz carpets for sale.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Framed carpet painting.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Shop selling cloth.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Persian perfumes.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
 Fruit juice and snack shop in central Shiraz.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
 Poetry books for sale, including Hafez, the locally born national poet.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
 Kettles and tea pots.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
 Fruit shop.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Shrine of Shah Cheragh
 Pilgrims visiting the 9th century shrine.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 The Nasir ol Molk Mosque dates from the 19th century.
2010
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 Decoration from the East iwan (gate).
2010

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