5 Sights in Hamedan, Iran (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Hamedan, Iran. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Hamedan, Iran.

List of cities in Iran Sightseeing Tours in Hamedan

1. Gregory Stephan Church

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Gregory Stepan Church or Gregory Stephen Church is located on the eastern part of hegmataneh hill in the old Armenian quarter. The church was established in 1676 by a group of Armenians in Isfahan as well as immigrants. And russian Armenian businessmen who settled in Hamedan were made. Inside Gregory's Church there are four circular pillars interconnected with twill arches. The church was rebuilt and refurbished in 1932. Around the altar of the church was also covered by plaster, which is currently exfoliated. The interior of the church is brick. It is also used in the exterior of clay and has arches with crescent arches to decorate. The bell tower of this church is circularly erected using the style of the candid domes.

Wikipedia: کلیسای گریگوری استفان (FA)

2. Hegmataneh Museum

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Hegmataneh Museum was opened in 1994 in Haft-e-Tir Square in Hamadan. The museum is open all weekdays except Monday evenings. The museum is located east of hegmataneh hill and next to the famous French pit. The museum building, formerly called the Fostering School, has been put into operation during changes and repairs to create a temporary museum. The museum's objects consist of two specific and provincial sections. In the hallway and hall on the right side of the museum, objects obtained from Hegmataneh are kept.

Wikipedia: موزه هگمتانه (FA)

3. Tomb of Esther and Mordechai

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Tomb of Esther and Mordechai Philippe Chavin (Simorg) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Tomb of Esther and Mordechai is a tomb located in Hamadan, Iran. Iranian Jews believe it houses the remains of the biblical Queen Esther and her uncle Mordechai, and it is the most important pilgrimage site for Jews in Iran. There is no mention of it in either the Bavli or the Jerusalem Talmud and the Iranian Jewish tradition has not been supported by Jews beyond Iran.

Wikipedia: Tomb of Esther and Mordechai (EN)

4. Bu Alisina Museum

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Bu-Ali Sina Museum or Bu-Ali Sina Mausoleum Museum was opened in 1951 in Bu-Ali Mausoleum, Bu-Ali Square, in Hamadan. The museum was founded by the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Hamedan Province and is dedicated to introducing the character of Bu-Ali Sina and Teb.

Wikipedia: موزه بوعلی‌سینا (FA)

5. Mary's Church

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Hazrat Maryam Church is located in Hamedan, Ekbatan Street, northeast side of Hegmataneh Hill, Armenian neighborhood, and this work was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on February 22, 1999 with registration number 2237.

Wikipedia: کلیسای حضرت مریم (همدان) (FA)

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