16 Sights in Shiraz, Iran (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Shiraz, 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 16 sights are available in Shiraz, Iran.

Sightseeing Tours in Shiraz

1. Atiq Jameh Mosque

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Jameh Mosque of Atigh is a 9th-century mosque in Shiraz, the capital of Fars Province, Iran, Atigh Jameh mosque the oldest mosque of Shiraz was built in celebration of the conquest of Shiraz by Saffarid Amroleiss in the year 276 AH and was completed in 281 AH. It has been restored many times. The height of the building and its various nocturnal areas (Shabestans) with beautiful tile work on the ceilings, gives a unique charm to this place. It is located in the east of Shah Cheragh Shrine. The entrance door of Shah Cheragh is on the west side of the mosque. undefined Atiq Jame Mosque of Shiraz has been renovated several times. Nodbeh Wall and Khodaye Khane are some of the attractions of this mosque. Additionally, the dome of the north Iwan and the hypostyle columns are so attracting. In the southern part of this mosque, there is a wall called “Nodbeh”. It differentiates from other walls with a picture of colorful cedar on it. It is believed that on the night of Miraj, Boragh /Buraqpassed from this (Nodbeh) Wall. There is an Iwan and Shabestan. Shabestan is an underground space that can be usually found in the traditional architecture of mosques, houses, and schools in ancient Iran. These spaces were usually used during summers and could be ventilated by windcatchers and qanats. North side is also known as “Imam Gate”. North gate is decorated with Mogharnas tiles.

Wikipedia: Jameh Mosque of Atigh (EN)

2. Manteghi Nejad Historical House

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The Manteqinejad House is a Qajar era and located in Shiraz, the alley Ahmadi Street behind the new mosque, and this work was registered on May 8, 1973 with registration number 1490 as one of the national monuments of Iran. This spectacular house, which now houses the Museum of Islamic Art, is located in the old neighborhood of this historic city. The interior decorations of the house include wooden windows with colorful glass, carved arches and beautiful stucco. In the southern part of this historic mansion, there is an alcove with spectacular mirrors, and in this part of the building, there are beautiful wind towers and paintings on the ceiling, such as flower and bush designs, women's faces and pictures of European palaces. The eastern and western parts of the building have numerous rooms as well as beautiful interiors. At the Manteghinejad House, one of the most impressive mirrors in Iran can be seen, which invites many audiences to see itself every year. The Manteqinejad Mansion of Shiraz, also known as the Art House, was refurbished in 2004 and became a music museum in 2005.

Wikipedia: خانه منطقی‌نژاد (FA)

3. Ali ibn Hamzeh Bridge

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Ali Ibn Hamzeh Bridge is related to the Zandian period and is located on the Khosh River in Shiraz, Hafez Street, and this work has been registered on January 1, 2001 with registration number 4527 as one of the national monuments of Iran. The bridge is located 5 km from the Quran gate of Shiraz and between the tomb of Imam Zadeh Ali ibn Hamza Shiraz and Vakil al-Raaya. This historic bridge sits on the dry river. Due to the decision of the Shiraz municipality and cultural heritage for some time the route of cars from this bridge has changed. The bridge was built on the "dry" river of Shiraz during the reign of the Buyid dynasty and was refurbished and finally renovated during the reign of Karim Khan Zand in 1185 AH.

Wikipedia: پل علی ابن حمزه (FA)

4. Qasre Abunasr

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Qaṣr-i Abu Naṣr, Qasre Abunasr, or Takht-e Sulayman is the site of an ancient settlement situated in city of Shiraz in the Fars province of Iran. According to archaeological studies the fortress was built during the Parthian period, and was an important and strategic location in the Sassanid Empire. Archaeologists have found various artifacts and coins belonging to various historical periods, such as the Achaemenid, Seleucid Empire, Parthian and Sassanid. This site is recorded in an Iranian historical list from 1932 as "Takht e Sulayman". When Muslims invaded Iran, and conquered it, they called this palace "Father of Victory"

Wikipedia: Qasre Abunasr (EN)

5. Nasir al-Molk House

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The House of Nasir al-Molk is related to the Qajar period and is located in Shiraz, the end of Lotfali Khan Zand Street, and this work was registered on May 20, 1975 with registration number 1068 as one of the national monuments of Iran. The Qajar Museum of Shiraz is located in this house and contains relics from the Qajar era. These works are a variety of varieties of stained porcelain bowls, lacquered boxes, linear letters, traditional garment, mirror frames, book covers, metal containers and etc. And he will be introduced.

Wikipedia: خانه نصیرالملک (FA)

6. Vakil Bath

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Vakil Bath, Wakil Bath, or Wakil Hammam is an old public bathhouse (hammam) in Shiraz, Iran. It was a part of the royal district constructed during Karim Khan Zand's reign (1751–1779) which includes the Arg of Karim Khan, Vakil Bazaar, Vakil Mosque and many administrative buildings. It is located on the west side of the Vakil Mosque. The hammam was originally intended for use by the nobility and continued to be in use up until the 20th century.

Wikipedia: Vakil Bathhouse (EN)

7. Ghavam House

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Ghavam House

Divankhaneh Mansion is one of the historic buildings in Shiraz. The building is located around the Karim Khan Citadel and was formerly known as the "Karim Khan Zand Diwankhaneh Mansion". Divankhaneh Mansion consists of a large hall with two wooden columns at its entrance; however, in the past, instead of these two wooden pillars, there were two stone columns that have been moved to Tehran by Aga Mohammad Khan Qajar.

Wikipedia: عمارت دیوانخانه قوام ملکی (FA)

8. Tomb of Muhammad ibn Musa al-Kazim

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The tomb of Mohammad b. Musa Kazem (known in Shiraz as Sayyid Mir Muhammad and Astan Mohammadi) is the tomb of Sayyid Mir Mohammad, son of Musa b. Ja'far in the courtyard of the Shahcheragh shrine in Shiraz. This court is located in the eastern part of the shrine of Ahmad b. Musa b. On the left is the tomb of Abraham, his son.

Wikipedia: آرامگاه سید میر محمد (FA)

9. Armenian Church of St. Mary

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Armenian Church of St. Mary

The Church of the Virgin Mary is one of the churches of Shiraz, which was founded in 1662. In 1550, there was a small church in the present church, surrounded by Armenian houses in Shiraz. The church is located in Sang-e Siah neighborhood, Qaani Street, Darband Moshir Alley, near Moshir Mosque, next to the Armenian market.

Wikipedia: کلیسای مریم مقدس (شیراز) (FA)

10. Shah Cheragh Holy Shrine

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Shah Cheragh is a 12th century funerary monument and religious complex located in Shiraz, Iran. It is centred around the mausoleum of Sayyid Ahmad, the son of Musa al-Kazim, who is known as Shah Cheragh in local traditions, and hence the building is named as such. The site is the 363th national monument of Iran.

Wikipedia: Shah Cheragh (EN)

11. Zoroastrian fire temple

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Zoroastrian fire temple Amin Berenjkar / CC BY 4.0

The Zoroastrian Temple of Shiraz is a fire temple affiliated to the Zoroastrian Society of Shiraz located at the beginning of Nobahar Avenue on Zand Blvd. The fire temple is located in a garden called Adrian's endowment garden next to the reception center, convention, conference hall and library.

Wikipedia: آتشکده زرتشتیان (شیراز) (FA)

12. Azadi Park

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Azadi Park or Garden of Shahr is one of the oldest metropolitan gardens in Shiraz, built in a land of more than 2 hectares or 6,000 square meters in the north of the city. This garden is known as the largest center of the garden after the 6 -hectare garden and the Shiraz Metropolitan Garden.

Wikipedia: بوستان آزادی (شیراز) (FA)

13. Nazar Ali Khan Hammam

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The Bath Nazar Ali Khan is related to the Qajar period and is located in Shiraz, the old neighborhood of Eshaq Beyg, Shahid Akbar Monshi Alley, and this work has been registered on March 15, 2001 with registration number 3404 as one of the national monuments of Iran.

Wikipedia: حمام نظر علی خان (FA)

14. کنیسه یهودیان ربیع‌زاده

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کنیسه یهودیان ربیع‌زاده

Rabizadeh Synagogue is a synagogue affiliated with the Shiraz Jewish Association in Nawabar alley. This synagogue is the most famous and main Jewish synagogue of Shiraz. The two -storey synagogue building is the first floor of the Jewish rituals.

Wikipedia: کنیسه ربیع‌زاده (FA)

15. آرامگاه خواجوی کرمانی

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Khaju Kermani tomb is an Iranian tomb. It is located north of Shiraz, on Sabooy hill off the Shiraz–Isfahan road. It is in Allahu Akbar Gorge. His grave overlooks the Qur'an Gate. Roknabad spring passes near the tomb.

Wikipedia: Khwaju Kermani tomb (EN)

16. نقش نگاره دوره ساسانی

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Barm-e Delak, is a site of a Sasanian rock relief located about 10 km southeast of Shiraz, in the Pars Province of Iran. The rock relief was known as Bahram-e Dundalk in Middle Persian, which means Bahram's heart.

Wikipedia: Barm-e Delak (EN)


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