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IRANISTA wrote a review Aug 2020
Iran2 contributions
Abyaneh village as most of people call it "red village", is a place that you feel the warmth of a real life. The people and their dresses are amazing. The women wear colorful floral dresses. Also, you can see ancient buildings in the village. It is a worthy-visiting village near Kashan and we suggest it a lot.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Alaedin Travel Iran wrote a review Aug 2020
Tehran, Iran32 contributions9 helpful votes
Such a fabulous village. Abyaneh is known as red village because all the houses are built of mud-dried bricks. You need at least a half-day for visiting this nice village. Also, don't forget to take photos of local people by getting permission.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Rod F wrote a review May 2020
Royal Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom2,056 contributions283 helpful votes
With the exception of the Harpak fire temple, which is built of stone, all of the buildings are built of reddish mud-dried bricks. We were invited into a house by 2 elderly ladies, and I was hoping to hear them speak Middle Persian, but they didn't. The village is nice to wander around, but not really of great interest.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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derakagency wrote a review Jan 2020
Shiraz, Iran286 contributions24 helpful votes
Abyaneh is famous for its reddish hue clay containing iron oxide, that’s why some people called it the Red Village. The red houses of the village with its lattice windows and wooden balconies have been built on the ancient architectural style, similar to Masouleh. The roofs of some houses are used to serve as the courtyard for other houses higher up on the slope. As well, the structure of the village’s houses is in Spiral Shape and there is no blind alley.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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HiMette wrote a review Dec 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark450 contributions54 helpful votes
I came here with a driver who also became my guide while in the village. It’s a nice half day tour from the city, but I do recommend bringing a guide. The village itself is beautiful and unique, but you will not get much out of your visit if no one is there to tell you the story or what you are looking at. I think I was lucky cause not many tourists were here as we arrived and upon leaving busses full of tourists arrived. Had I arrived at the same time as them the village might not have seemed so charming and unique. So get there early and be sure to bring a guide.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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    When is Abyaneh Village open?
    Abyaneh Village is open:
    • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 8:59 PM