Things to Do in Kerman

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  • tour guide Amir
    Kerman, Iran79 contributions
    It’s one of the most popular historical area in Kerman absolutely gorgeous 30minute driving from Kerman
    Very good atmosphere that you would never experience it
    Written December 15, 2021
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  • shadgerami
    Nikolaevsk-na-Amure, Russia187 contributions
    One of the biggest and most beautiful Bathhouses in Iran with multi rooms, hot room, chill room,VIP room that was reserved for the governor at the time, toiletries, Hejamat and dressing room.All displayed very nicely.
    Written March 22, 2021
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  • Abbas amadeh
    Kerman, Iran61 contributions
    I visited the place with 2 of my travellers. We like the the place right away. We stared a walking tour through this traditional bazaar. It is interesting that this old monument is still so vibrant after 400 years, and you can see people with local colths going and coming and shopping. Whenever you are tired of crowd just go to one of its branches and have rest in calm traditional space that you can find at any spot. Although the bazaar was long but we wolked through it without understanding the time. It connects the GhanjAliKhan complex to Jameh mosque. it is exactly a mustsee place in Kermancity.
    Written September 30, 2019
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  • Reza
    3 contributions
    Has a pretty architectural design. And has normal restaurant. About 15 Km farther than city center. Enjoy here
    Written March 21, 2020
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  • DrAliHalajian
    Polokwane, South Africa567 contributions
    An interesting dome, called Jabalieh or Rock dome.
    Beautiful specially at night.
    Though not much information in English!
    A beautiful garden around it.
    Written October 3, 2019
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  • unlimitedview
    Kerman Province, Iran10 contributions
    Keshit Waterfall is located near Keshit village. This is a unique geological fact. As the same time you have had head in desert and after it you do not observe the live signs you can see a waterfall that surrounded by a canyon with vertical walls in a way you can not guess a nice waterfall hides there.The poor man, who had crossed the desert and could not see the water for quench thirst.
    Written February 11, 2021
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  • DrAliHalajian
    Polokwane, South Africa567 contributions
    A nice building with a big green garden. Although the garden not kept well!
    Two floors museum, one floor of archeological discoveries and one floor of music instruments.
    Many labels had issues!
    The Rezakhan king s Cars not well in display!
    Could be great to have a coffee shop to sit and have a cup of tea.
    Too silent museum!
    Written October 3, 2019
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  • Reza Sattarzadeh
    Muscat, Oman2,125 contributions
    This museum has two main chambers where you can see artistic pieces belonging to both Iranian and Western artists of contemporary nature. The only negative thing is their working hours. The museum closes at 12pm and reopened at 4pm. I arrived at 11:30 and had to see he place in hurry.
    Written September 28, 2018
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  • Abbas amadeh
    Kerman, Iran61 contributions
    The mosque is among few monuments remained from Big Chaos allover Iran. It was after Mongols era snd every part of persia was controlled by a local government and Kerman was part of Al-e-mozaffer territory. In Amir Mobarezaddin was about to be defeated by thier enemy and he tooke an oath to God that if he win he will build a mosque. He won and he ordered to build a mosque in Kerman.
    Two minarets of the mosque are destroyed in the big earthquake of Kerman and the mosque doesn't have a dome but the tile-works are among most divers and beautiful in Iran. The main Ivan is high and the prayer niche is incredibly decorated with tile-works. You can see many kinds of tile work like, brick tiles, mosaics, puzzle tile-works and 3D tile-works. The main entrance of the mosque is among highest and also decorated meticulously. The plan of the mosque is 4Ivans (with main yard)taken from Sasanid palaces. Starting from GangAliKhan complex and After visiting Grand bazzar of Kerman you will reach the mosque at the end of bazzar.
    Written March 22, 2019
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  • mohsen beitollahi
    Kerman Province, Iran17 contributions
    Founded by Moayed-al Din Reyhan, one of the Seljuk rulers of Kerman, the Moayedi Yakhdan is located in Abuhamed Street in Kerman. As one of the most important buildings in Kerman in the past, today this historical monument is known as the biggest mud-clay yakhdan in Iran and in the world. Consisting of different parts like the dome tank with the height of 12 meters, the fence with the height of 20 meters, the pool and the ice pit, this building is made up of clay to save the cold longer. The architects of this building built a canal on the floor of yakhdan to save the melted ice in summer and to avoid the adhesion between the slices of ices the gardens put straw between them. The dome of yakhdan is built in stairs to decrease the pressure of the dome and to shade the dome there are also stairs to reach inside the yakhdan.
    Written February 28, 2020
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  • Abbas amadeh
    Kerman, Iran61 contributions
    Famous for it's pistachio, minerals and mines, Zarand actually has very diverse mountain structures and villages near them are still alive. If you want to see saffron fields Zarand is a good option too.it is a good choice to experience a drive among vast pestachio fields on your way to Rafsanjan or Yazd.I also visited an old Village called Gisk that after a harsh earthquake was left vacant and it was awesome. Another thing is caol mines. With a coordinator we managed to pay a visit to one of them and fall in love with underground tunnels and fantastic ha-dworking miners.
    Written August 24, 2019
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  • mohsen beitollahi
    Kerman Province, Iran17 contributions
    Founded by Ganjali Khan, the governor of Kerman in Safavid Dynasty, and completed by his son Ali Mardan Khan, the Ganjali Khan Water Reservoir is located in western side of Ganjali Khan Square in Grand Bazaar of Kerman. Its entrance was designed with Safavid Tile Work and its tank is 19.5 by 10 and 9 meters high, can store 2.000.000 liters water for 9 months of year.
    Written February 29, 2020
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  • Francesco C
    Colle di Val d'Elsa, Italy8 contributions
    Ali is a great guide, very informed about iranian history and culture. We spent 2 days in the desert, sharing foods, talks and music with local people in amazing traditional accomodations. I can only recommend this kind of tour; I'd say more: hope to repeat in the next future :)
    Written February 1, 2020
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  • eleni_eleftheriadou
    Athens, Greece30 contributions
    We made a day trip to Kalouts with Ali,and we had a very unique experience,saw a lot in the way.You must do this ,and Ali is a very experienced guide,with very good knowledge of history and geology,and a good level of english///definetlly i would suggest,to make this trip and maybe more than one day...
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • timwgo
    Singapore, Singapore98 contributions
    Our guide Behnam was a walking encyclopedia.

    From the history of Kerman and beyond, all the way to the desert and back and everything else in between.

    Many of his knowledge you wont read in any guidebook.

    At the end of the night, Ben recommended a spa for relaxation, though a bit pricey, it was a nice place to hang out and try out traditional massage and modern massage in a clean and comfortable place.
    Written October 27, 2019
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