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 14 sights are available in Kerman, Iran.Back to the list of cities in Iran
1. گنبد سبز(قبه سبز)
At the time of the rule of Kerman in Kerman, there are very strong signs of rich civilization and advanced culture in this area. During this period, many monuments have been built with different functions in Kerman, with few artifacts left today. Green is one of the monuments of Kerman whose history reaches the period of the Qarakhidian rule about 5 years ago. The Kerman Gharakhidian was one of the Iranians 'masters' dynasties that ruled Kerman for nearly five years. On the occasion of the nickname of the founder, the brightest is also referred to as the Khani dynasty. Today, this beautiful monument remains only one porch. This work has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments on January 2, 2008.
2. حمام گنجعلیخان
Hammam Ganjji Khan is one of the monuments of Ganjali Khan complex in Kerman, built in the year AH. Ganjali Bek, known as Ganjali Khan, was one of the rulers of Kerman during the reign of Shah Abbas, who did important civil works in Kerman. In order to exist in the middle of the city, he first created a large square. The square, which is more than a hundred meters long and fifty meters wide, is enclosed on four sides with dedicated buildings including school, mosque, market and bathroom, quadruple, waterfall and mint and is a great collection of Safavid era. The architect is the master of Sultan Muhammad, the architect of Yazdi.
3. مقبره مشتاقیه(سه گنبدان)
The hot dome, also known as the three domes, is a relic of the Karman Ghajar era and is located next to the old cemetery, outside the fence. It was originally the tomb of Sadat's ancestor Mirahsini Rayni. In 1206, the body of a madman who was stoned to death for reciting the Quran with a sandstorm was buried next to the tombs of Mirza Hussein Khan, Mirza Hussein Khan and Mirza Hussein Khan. In 1260, there were three domes on the graves of Ali Shah, Sheikh Ismail and Khosar Hadani. In the last century, the most popular collectibles included tiles, paints, stucco, mosaics and mosaics.
4. گنبد جبلیه
Jabalieh or Rock Dome, also known as the Gabri Dome, is located in Kerman, Iran. Gonbad-e Jabaliyeh also goes by the names, Gonbad-e Jabaliyeh, Gonbad-e Jabalīyeh, gnbd jblyh, گنبد جبليه The dome, a place of historical importance in Iran, has been constructed of stone and brick, though the building is of stone and gypsum, and its architectural effects have been inspired from the Sassanide period. It was repaired during the first decades of the advent of Islam in Iran. Its center lies at 30.2923400°N 57.1168000°E and it has an elevation of 1768 meters above sea level.
5. آرامگاه خواجه اتابک
Khojaatabek Tomb, located in the southeast of Karman City, near the Khojaatabek Tomb of the Market Mosque, is a relic of the Seljuk era in the late 6th century. It was the burial site of Khoja Mohammad Atabek, the ruler of the Seljuk era. The plane is an octagonal building with square spaces inside, in which the main decorative element is plaster, and on the west side are beautiful altar stones with exquisite inscriptions on Coffey Line. The whole building is decorated with turquoise tiles. The work is registered No.253.
6. رستوران و چایخانه وکیل
The Lawyer's complex is located on a large market margin and in the center of the old city of Kerman. The elements of the collection are: 2 meters long market, bathroom and inns, which is an area of about 2 square meters. This collection is ordered by Mohammad Ismail Khan Nouri, the ruler of Kerman, and in the year AH. founded. Decoration is a rational tile with geometric designs and its architecture is four -porch. The market architecture is inspired by the Safavid era and the bathroom has used traditional baths.
7. بازار ارگ
Kelman's big market begins at the organ field and ends at the enthusiasm field. Each part of the Kerman market, built under the leadership of one of the city's rulers, is unique in Iran and is known worldwide for some of its characteristics. It is considered to be the longest bazaar in Iran and was mainly built after the eighth century. This work was listed as one of Iran's national works on May 25, 2006, with registration number 3856.
8. باغ موزه هرندی
Around 1290, Karman's military officer, Mohammadraza Khan Adalal-Sultan, attempted to build a recreational garden outside Karman's fence. The garden covers an area of 25,000 square meters. Adar Sultan is a descendant of Karman ruler Al-Al-Khan and is also the son of Al-Al-Al-Khan, brother of Al-Al-Al-Khan and brother of Al-Al-Al-Khan. Regency Adelar was later nicknamed "Commander Nusrat".
9. مسجد گنجعلیخان
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.
10. مسجد جامع کرمان
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.
11. موزه ی هنرهای معاصر صنعتی
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.
12. قلعه دختر
Karman Girl Castle, also known as the Old Castle, is at the heart of the ancient city of Karman, with a history at least equivalent to that of the Madha era, and is one of the oldest castles in Iran, located on a low hill near Ardashir Castle, east of Karman.
13. موزه زرتشتیان
The Zoroastrian Museum is located in Kerman and is the first and only Zoroastrian Anthropology Museum of the world. Construction of the museum began in the 1980s by the efforts of Farzaneh, Hormozadyar Ashidari and Mahindokht Siavashian, and ended in year 6.
14. دیوار قدیم شهر کرمان
The remnants of the old city of Kerman dates back to the Qajar period and are located in Kerman, between Moallem Street and Justice Street, and this work has been registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on October 1.
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