Explore interesting sights in Tabriz, 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 9 sights are available in Tabriz, Iran.Sightseeing Tours in Tabriz
1. Rabe Rashidi
Rab'-e Rashidi was the site of a complex, including a school and workshop for producing books in the north-eastern part of the city of Tabriz, Iran, constructed in the early 14th century during the reign of Ghazan, a ruler of the Ilkhanid dynasty. Later other buildings replaced these, and the site is now ruined, but it is the original complex that gives the site its fame. It was founded and richly endowed by Rashid-al-Din Hamadani, the chief minister of Ghazan Khan. Rashid-al-Din sought to gather the most famous intellectuals of his time in fields of philosophy, science and medicine. The establishment started to decline after the execution of Rashid al din in 1318, though his son Ghiyas al-Din ibn Rashid al-Din led a revival in the 1330s, until his own murder in 1336.
2. Tabriz Muncipality Office
Tabriz City and Municipality Museum is a museum in the city of Tabriz, located on the basement floor of the building of the Tabriz Municipality Palace. This museum, which is considered as the first and only museum of the history of Iranian municipalities, is also among the first museums of the world's municipalities after China. The museum was launched in 2007 and coincided with the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the first municipality in Tabriz in 800 square meters and cost one billion and hundred million rials.
3. St. Sargis Church
Saint Sarkis Church is an Armenian Apostolic church in Baron Avak neighborhood of Tabriz, Iran. St. Sarkis was built with funding from the Petrossian family. Built in 1845, the church is in the courtyard of Tamarian Armenian school building, which was extended out to add the Sahakian School. The Haykazyan school was located across from these, but was closed after being damaged in the Iran-Iraq war.
4. خانه پروین اعتصامی
The house of Parvin Etesami is the private home of contemporary poet Parvin Etesami in Tabriz. This house is related to the first Pahlavi period and is located in Tabriz, Abbasi Street, next to Mir Aqa Mosque, Savoj Bolaghi Alley, No. 6, and this work has been registered on March 19, 2007 with registration number 18681 as one of the national monuments of Iran.
5. St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church
Saint Mary Church, Holy Mother of God Church or Surp Mariam Asdvadzadzin Church is an Armenian Apostolic church in Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran completed in 1785. It is the largest and oldest Christian church in Tabriz and a notable centre for Armenian national and religious ceremonies held by the Armenian community of Tabriz.
6. Jameh Mosque of Tabriz
The Jāmeh Mosque is a large, congregational mosque (Jāmeh) in Tabrīz city, within the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. It is located in the Bazaar suburb of Tabriz next to the Grand Bazaar of Tabriz and the Constitutional House of Tabriz.
7. Bazaar of Tabriz
The Bazaar of Tabriz is a historical market situated in the city center of Tabriz, Iran. It is one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East and the largest covered bazaar in the world. It is one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
8. Golestan Garden
Golestan Park is a historical park in Tabriz, Iran. The park is located near to Qonqa Square in city center. The place, which was originally used as a public cemetery, was changed to a city park during the second Pahlavi era.
9. Tabriz Citadel
Ali Shah Castle is the remains of the southern porch of the Ali Shah mosque in Tabriz. This work was registered on January 5, 1932 with registration number 170 as one of the national monuments of Iran.
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