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Monare Jonban - Shaking Minarates

Central Iran, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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wonderful artichetic

this place have 2 minaret,and amazing is that when one of them shack another is shack and can not... read more

Reviewed June 6, 2017
Mehdi P
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Tehran, Iran
About a minute of watching the minaret shake

On the hour a man shakes the minaret with his hand. It moves because the brick is interspersed... read more

Reviewed April 26, 2017
Madeleine S
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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Central Iran, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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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.

Thank TripYar
Reviewed December 28, 2016

Its a wonder to see both the minarets shaking together! Cool architecture it is! A feast for one for sure. There are timings for the show, make sure to check out the timing before heading there.

Thank Puha P
Reviewed December 24, 2016 via mobile

this is a tomb, actually a mystic is buried here and then they built a monument for him there. there are two minarets and every hour a guy goes on the top of the minaret and shake it, then the other minaret and the whole...More

Thank B V
Reviewed December 16, 2016

You hang around for 45 minutes and then a burly man climbs up into one of the minarets and shakes it, which causes a little bell on the other minaret to tinkle! There are plenty of other things to see in Isfahan. Don't bother with...More

Thank Mandi B
Reviewed November 15, 2016

An excellent example of light weight building materials used in olden times. It was interesting see how a person could shake one tower and the other tower would start shaking.

Thank sana092
Reviewed November 11, 2016

poor this building, it is shaking each time a group of tourist came to visit :) have a nice yard in four season! enjoy it

Thank Minoooshi
Reviewed November 2, 2016 via mobile

Was fascinating to watch the man shake one then other one started to shake. Each 90 minutes Worth visiting as very old But the books there were not in English so would have liked a souvenir. Many places now beginning to realize English speaking tourists...More

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