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sj76 wrote a review Nov 2020
Isfahan, Iran15 contributions1 helpful vote
Imam Square is located in the center of Isfahan, Iran. It is the second-largest square in the world. It was the place where the king inspected the army and watched polo. The original name was King Square. It was changed to this name after the Islamic Revolution in 1979. The square was built in 1602, with a length of 560 meters and a width of 160 meters. The Sheikhraw Royal Mosque on the east side and Ali Kapu Palace on the west side face each other, and the famous Imam Mosque on the south side is surrounded by the square. The two-story arcade contains various handicraft shops and specialty food shops.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Erftravel wrote a review Nov 2020
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I do not think there is a more poetic atmosphere than this historical square in all of Iran and even in the world, and I love it.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Ali_hich_ wrote a review Nov 2020
Iran57 contributions1 helpful vote
How amazing is this place. this might not be the biggest square in the world but I can say it is the most beautiful one. the square is surrounded by bazaar and 4 landmarks which are 2 mosques, a palace, and the gate of the bazaar.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nili wrote a review Nov 2020
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Naghsh Jahan Square is one of the most remarkable squares not only in Iran but also in the world. This masterwork of the Safavid era also known as Shah and Imam Square, is located in the lovly city of Isfahan and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The dimensions of this rectangular square are 560 by 160 meters, which has been a suitable place for performing numerous ceremonies and rituals. On the four sides of Naghsh Jahan Square, there are four large indoor markets, each of which was dedicated to a job in Safavid times. Also in this square are the famous and magnificent buildings of the Safavid era such as Aali Qapo, Imam Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. Hoping that we meet up next year after all this pandemic comes to an end.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Oct 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,794 contributions663 helpful votes
This is a huge main square where there is water fountain and also surrounded by mosques and bazaar, etc. This place is popular with the locals and is beautiful during the day as well at night. Lots of great photo spots here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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