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Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan – Nastaran Travel Agency

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Naqshe-e Jahan Square, also known as Imam Square is a historical ‎complex in the heart of ancient Isfahan. The square was constructed by ‎Shah Abbas I at the beginning of 17th century. This square is ‎surrounded by historical monuments on all sides, and all these ‎monuments are linked together by two-story arcades. The monuments ‎that surround the square include Ali Qapu Palace, Shah Mosque, Sheikh ‎Lotfollah Mosque and Qeysarie Gate. At first, there was a vast garden ‎called Naqshe-e Jahan (image of the world) long before Isfahan had ‎become the capital of Persia during Safavid reign. The square was one ‎of the largest squares of the world in 17th century, and Sir John Chardin ‎‎(a French jeweler and traveler) described it as the most beautiful ‎square in the world. During Shah Abbas the Great and his successors, ‎Naqshe-e Jahan Square was the place for royal celebrations, army ‎parades, and other performances. Beside these, on normal days, the ‎square was a place for shopping. The square was registered as national ‎heritage in 1934 and also, as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in ‎May 1978. Many travelers and tourists who described Isfahan in recent ‎times, spoke about the magnitude of Naqshe-e Jahan Square and its ‎important role during Safavid dynasty. Alaedin Travel appreciates ‎accompanying keen tourists in a tour to Isfahan.‎

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