Explore Kerman in Iran with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Kerman
Sight 1: Ghale Dokhtar
Kerman girl castle, also known as the old castle, is the central core of the ancient city of Kerman and at least equivalent to the Median period and one of the oldest castles in Iran, which is located above a low altitude mountain in the neighbourhood of Ardashir Castle in the east of Kerman.
Sight 2: Zeinolabedin Sajadian Shrine
The tomb of Seyed Zin al-Abadian is related to the Qajar period and is located in Kerman, 17th Street, No. 7th Alley, and this work was registered on 22 August 2004 with registration number 13081 as one of Iran’s national works.
Sight 3: Seyyed Golbazkhan Shrine
Sayed Golbaz Khan's tomb is from the first Pahlavi period - 5 years and is located in Kerman, Mushtaq Square, Shahrivar Street, after the Revolutionary Road, Corner of Alley No. 2 and this work on March 1, 2008 with a registration number. Iran's national monuments have been registered.
Sight 4: Moshtaghiye Dome (Three domes)
Mushtieh's dome, also known as three domes, is one of the Qajar era in Kerman, which has been formerly located near the old cemetery outside the city. The courtyard was initially the tomb of Mirzahsin Khan Raini, the ancestor of Sadat, known as Mir Hosseini Raine. In the year 6 AH, he was stoned in the year AH for calling the Qur'an with a trilogy, and buried his body next to the tomb of Mirza Hussein Khan, which is now known as the Magic. Three domes were built on the graves of Ali Shah, Sheikh Ismail Herati and Kowsar Hamadani in the year 6 AD. The decorative works of the Mushtaqiyah complex, made in the last century, include tile, painting, plastering, carbage and Mogharnas.
Sight 5: Museum of Zoroastrianism
The Zoroastrian Museum is located in Kerman and is the first and only Zoroastrian Anthropological Museum of the world. The construction of the museum began in the 1980s by the efforts of Farzaneh, Hermadyar Ashidari and Mahindokht Siavashian, and ended in year 6.
Sight 6: Ekhtiyari Bazaar
Kerman's big market starts from the citadel and ends in Mushtieh Square. Each part of the Kerman market was built during one of the city's rulers and is unique in Iran because of some features in Iran. This market is the longest order of the Iranian market and was built mainly after the eighth century AH. This work has been registered as one of Iran's national monuments on May 1, 2009.
Sight 7: Ganjali Khan Mosque
The Ganjali Khan Mosque is located on the northeast side of Ganjali Khan Square and along the Ganjali Khan School, which was built around 1007 AH by the ruling Ganjali Khan, the appointed ruler of Shah Abbas Safavi. This mosque was actually the site of worship of the ruling Kerman and in another tradition of the mosque, the Ganjali Khan School.
Sight 8: بازار مسگرها
Kerman’s tangali market is part of the Ganjali Khan complex which is remembered from the Safavid Testament in Kerman.
Sight 9: Hamam -e- Ganjali Khan
Hamam Ganq Ali Khan is one of the buildings of Ganjalikhan complex in Kerman, built in 1020 AH. Ganjali Bik was named Ganjalikhan of Kerman rulers during the time of Shah Abbas, who has done important construction work in Kerman. To be in the middle of the city, he first created a large square. The square, which is more than 100 meters long and 50 meters wide, is surrounded by four sides with dedicated buildings including school, mosque, market and bathroom, four-hour, water and mint, and is a great collection of civil works of Safavid era. Its architect is Master Sultan Mohammad Architect Yazdi.
Sight 10: دیوار قدیم شهر کرمان
The remains of the old city of Kerman are from the Qajar period and located in Kerman, between Moalem Street and Edalat Street, and this work was registered on September 29, 2002 with registration number 6125 as one of the national monuments of Iran.
Sight 11: Sanati Museum of Contemporary Art
The Industrial Museum contains a rich and spectacular treasure of contemporary art and includes valuable works by Iranian and foreign artists, located in Kerman, Shariati Street and between Bagh Melli Square and Tahmaseb Abad Crossroads.
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