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

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

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1. کلیسای گریگوری استفان

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Gregory Stepan's Church or Gregory Stephen Church is located in the eastern part of the Hegmataneh hill in the old Armenian neighborhood. The church in the year 6 AD by a group of Armenians in Isfahan and immigrants. And Russian Armenian businessmen who settled in Hamadan were built. Inside the Gregory Church there are four circular columns that are connected to each other with the arches. The church was rebuilt and restored in the year 6. Around the altar of the church was also covered by plaster, which is currently peeling. The interior of the church is brick. The exterior of the clay is also used and has arches with crescent arch for decoration. The bell tower of this church is circular with the style of rack domes.

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2. موزه هگمتانه

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The Hegmataneh Museum was opened in Hamadan in Haft Tir Square in the 6th year. The museum is open except for Monday evening all the days of the week. The museum is located east of the Hegmataneh Hill, next to the famous French pit. The museum building, formerly called the School of Breeding, has been put into operation through changes and repairs to create a temporary museum. Museum objects consist of two dedicated and provincial sections. In the corridor and hall on the right of the museum, the objects obtained from Hegmataneh are kept.

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3. آرامگاه استر و مردخای

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آرامگاه استر و مردخای 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.

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4. موزه بوعلی سینا

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موزه بوعلی سینا Beckwith / Public domain

The Bu Ali Sina Museum opened in the tomb of Bu Ali, Bu Ali Square in Hamadan in the 6th year. Founded by the Directorate General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Hamadan Province, the museum is dedicated to introducing the character of Bu Ali Sina and Medicine.

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5. کلیسای حضرت مریم

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The Church of Maryam belongs to the Qajar period and is located in Hamedan, Ekbatan Street, northeast side of the Hegmataneh Hill, Armenian neighborhood, and this work has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments on March 1.

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