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Monare Jonban - Shaking Minarates

Central Iran, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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Masterpiece of civil engineering

Amazing construction. Its notable feature is that if one of the minaret is shaken, the other... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Erfan H
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Tehran, Iran
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Excellent palce

love it 👌🏻 It's Really shakes recommend to see this place Museum Officer shakes it every hour... read more

Reviewed September 24, 2017
Neda A
via mobile
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing construction. Its notable feature is that if one of the minaret is shaken, the other minaret will shake as well

Thank Erfan H
Reviewed September 24, 2017 via mobile

love it 👌🏻 It's Really shakes recommend to see this place Museum Officer shakes it every hour 🕌🕌🕌🕌

Thank Neda A
Reviewed August 14, 2017

The minarets are shacked at 10:30 A.M and 1:30 P.M. Shaking of the minarets is very amazing. The building is the first anti-earthquake in the world.

Thank pegahsa
Reviewed August 11, 2017 via mobile

It is not a very special place in artistic architecture, but there is a very clever engineering trick which makes it very unique.

Thank soheilsari
Reviewed August 5, 2017

This is a monument in the surroundings of Isfahan. It's a tomb and nothing special to note unless the particularity that if one of the two minarets is shaken, the other one will shake as well. Our guide asked someone to make that experience for...More

Thank Isabel M
Reviewed July 29, 2017

The anticipation is only followed by an anticlimax which still seems to attract ticket buyers. Waste of time.

Thank Joanne L
Reviewed June 6, 2017

this place have 2 minaret,and amazing is that when one of them shack another is shack and can not find how is do?.

Thank Mehdi P
Reviewed April 26, 2017

On the hour a man shakes the minaret with his hand. It moves because the brick is interspersed with wood. I expect children will like to watch it.

Thank Madeleine S
Reviewed January 3, 2017 via mobile

It's a mysterious building, tumb of a holy man called "Amu Abdullah Kaladani".this tumb has been built about 400 years ago. The special feature of it -shaking one minaret causes other minaret to shake and then shaking the whole building- is amazing. It shows the...More

1  Thank Meisam K
Reviewed December 30, 2016

I visited this place with my guest-client-friends but unfortunately just before they start the next shaking, it start raining, so they didn't shake it.

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