Here you can find interesting sights in Kerman, 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 12 sights are available in Kerman, Iran.List of cities in Iran Sightseeing Tours in Kerman
1. Moshtaghiye Dome (Three domes)
The Gonbad-e Mushtakhieh, also known as the three domes, is one of the works of the Qajar era in Kerman, which in the past has been located in the old cemetery and outside the city fence. The area was initially the grave of Mirza Husayn Khan, sadat's supreme grandfather, known as Mir Husayni Rayney. Mushtak was stoned to death in 1206/1887 for reciting the Qur'an with a setar ode and buried his body next to the tomb of Mirza Husayn Khan, now known as Mushtiya. Three domes were built in 1260/1981 on the graves of Mushtah Ali Shah, Shaykh Isma'il and Kawthar Hamadani. The decorative works of the Moshtadieh collection, which has been built in the last century, include tiling, painting, plasterwork, carving and mogharnes.
2. Green Dome
During the rule of Kerman Empire, there were strong signs of rich civilization and advanced culture in this area. During this period, many historical buildings with different functions were built on Kerman Island, leaving almost no trace of today. Green Castle is a monument on Kerman Island that dates back to the reign of Kerman Island some 780 years ago. Kerman Empire is a tribe in Iran, which ruled Kerman Empire for nearly 83 years. It is also known as the Khani massacre dynasty in honor of the name of its founder, Goush Hajab. Now, from this beautiful building, there is only one porch left. This work was listed as one of Iran's national works on October 15, 1310, with registration number 124.
3. Khajeh Atabak Mausoleum
The tomb of Khwaja Atabak, the tomb of Khwaja Atabak, which is located in the southeastern neighborhood of Kerman city and near the Bazar Mosque, is one of the works of the late 6th/10th century and dates back to the Seljuk era. This building is the burial place of Khwaja Muhammad Atabak from the Seljuk era rijal. The plan of the building is an octagon that has a square inside the space and the dominant decorative element in the building is plasterboard and the altar stone is beautifully installed on the western side of it and has beautiful inscriptions with kufic script. The decorations of the whole building are decorated with turquoise tiles. This work is registered under number 253.
4. Hamam -e- Ganjali Khan
Ganj Ali Khan Bath is one of the buildings of the Ganj Ali Khan Complex in Kerman, which was built in 1020 AH. Ganj Ali Beyk, known as Ganj'ali Khan, was one of the rulers of Kerman during the reign of Shah Abbas, who has done important construction works in Kerman. To have public promenades in the middle of the city, he first created a large square. The square, which is more than 100 meters long and fifty meters wide, is surrounded by four special buildings including school, mosque, bazaar and bath, chaharsouq, water storage and mint and is a great collection of Safavid construction works. Its architect is Master Sultan Mohammad Memar Yazdi.
5. Vakil Restaurant and Teahouse
Vakil Complex is located on the sidelines of the Grand Bazaar in the center of the old city of Kerman. The elements of the complex are: a market with a length of 200 meters, a bathroom and a caravanserai, which covers an area of approximately 8,000 square meters. This collection was built on the orders of Mohammad Isma'il Khan Nouri, the ruler of Kerman, in 1286 AH. Sara decorations are moqali tiles with geometric designs and its architecture is four-porch type. The architecture of the bazaar is inspired by the Safavid era and the bathroom has benefited from the traditional bathroom design.
6. Ghadamgah Bazaar
Kerman's grand bazaar starts from Arg Square and ends in Mushtiya Square. Each part of Kerman Bazaar was built during the time of one of the rulers of this city and is unique and world famous for its some features in Iran. This market is the longest-run market in Iran and was built mainly after the 8th/10th century. This work was registered on May 15, 2001 with the registration number 3856 as one of the national monuments of Iran.
7. Harandi Museum
Around 1290/1911, Mohammad Reza Khan Adl al-Sultan, a military official in Kerman, began to build a recreational garden outside the fence of Kerman. The garden has an area of 25,000 square meters. Adl al-Sultan was a descendant of The Governor of Kerman and the son of Morteza Quli Khan, vakil al-Mulk II (second) and brother of Mirza Husayn Khan Adl al-Saltanah. Adl al-Saltanah was later dubbed "Sardar Nusrat".
8. Ganjali Khan Mosque
The GangaliKhan Mosque is located on the northeast side of GangaliKhan Square, next to the GangaliKhan School, which was built in 1007 by the appointed ruler, King Abbas Safavi. It was actually a place of worship for the Karman rulers, and in another way it was the Ganalykhan school.
9. Masjed-e Jāmé of Kerman
Jameh Mosque of Kerman is a mosque located in Kerman, Iran. The mosque was built at the time of Mubariz al-Din Muhammad, Muzaffarids, in the 14th century. The western side of the building features a high portal which has been decorated with decorative tile-works and a watch tower.
10. Sanati Museum of Contemporary Art
The Industrial Museum, which includes a rich and spectacular collection of contemporary art and includes precious works by Iranian and foreign artists, is located in the city of Kerman, on the border of Sheriati Street and National Garden Square, and four blocks of Tahmashabad.
11. دیوار قدیم شهر کرمان
The remnants of the old city of Kerman are from the Qajar period and are located in Kerman, between Moallem Street and Edallat Street, and this work was registered on September 29, 2002 with registration number 6125 as one of the national monuments of Iran.
12. Museum of Zoroastrianism
Zoroastrian Museum located in Kerman and the first and only Zoroastrian anthropological museum in the world. The museum was built in the 1990s with the efforts of Farzaneh, Hormozdyar Ashydari and Mahindokht Siavashian and ended in 2001.
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