Azadi Hotel

Address: Farabi St, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Farabi St, Esfahan.
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      Travel Blogs from Esfahan

      People - including me

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 09, 2014

      17 photos

      ... Shah Abbasthe Great, 17th century, imported a whole community of Armenians from northern Iran because of their business skills. They are still here (well their descendants are, obviously) and have a beautifully decorated church - actually more than one. This is one of the members of the church explaining to a group of obviously Muslim ladies what the illustrations are about. There was a great one of the Last Judgement with fire and serpents and ...

      Jóia preciosa do Iran | Precious of Iran

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Oct 02, 2014

      37 photos

      ... my city or even my whole country has and I've never been there.

      This city is very cool, very careful, cleaned streets, water cooler with ice-cold water in the streets, and as always with the grandeur city and the brightness of stunning buildings, castles and beautiful mosques, bazaars in rich tapestry and exclusive pieces of fine craftsmanship and unique as I had never seen. I wished a bit of every hand made pieces and carpets in my house. But in my luggage ...

      Esfahantastic!

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 06, 2014

      23 photos

      ... at first, were far from the blandness I had craved for the previous days).
      As the 16th century rhyme had it, such was the majesty of this city that "Esfahan nesf-e jahan" (Esfahan is half the world). The intervening centuries, and its size as the third biggest city in Iran, may have marred its overall timelessness with modern development, but there are still spacious oases of grandeur to be discovered within its boundaries.

      Our ...

      Isfahan Day 2

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 31, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... effect you will see in one of the photos.

      *We stop for tea in the Palace Garden Teahouse where we are treated with pistachio & almond ice cream and many more conversations with curious Iranians. We receive several offers of hospitality in their various home cities.

      *Next we visit the Armenian quarter on the South side of the city, an area called New Jolfe. It dates from 17 C when Shah Abbas 'invited ' Armenian artisans from Jolfe ...

      Glorious Esfahan (26 & 27 Oct)

      A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 27, 2013


      How does one begin to do justice to the Safavid splendor that is Esfahan? Shah Abbas the Great made it his capital at the end of C16 & set about constructing a city that would impress. It was a high point of Persian art & architecture. No doubting the fact that they created one of the most stunning ensembles in the Islamic world. Today was devoted to studying the fruits of his labours. Two magnificent mosques, two royal palaces ...