Hotel Jey Negin

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

People - including me

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 09, 2014

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... 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

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... 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 ...

Isfahan Day 2

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 31, 2014

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... mirror and created the encrusted mirror 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 ...

Isfahan - known as half the world

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 30, 2014

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... a section of the Bazaar e Bozorg to access the Imam Square. It is far more touristy than the one we just visited in Kashan. It extends for kilometers and mostly dates early 17 Century, although the oldest parts adjacent to the Imam mosque are 1000 years old.

* The construction of Imam Square started in 1602 and took 17 years to finish. There's a fair bit of sightseeing to do here - the Shah's Ali Qapu Palace, the Imam Mosque and the smaller ...

Glorious Esfahan (26 & 27 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 27, 2013

... Islamic art but I didn't expect the wonderful frescoes of Chehel Sotun Palace. They feature court scenes, battles, processions in vibrant color, very well preserved. In one of them Shah Tahmasp receives Humayun, the Indian Mughal prince who fled to Persia in 1543 (he will go back to reconquer Delhi & father the great Akbar).
A memorable afternoon visit to an Aladdin's cave of a teahouse, full of antique lamps, Sufi paraphernalia, ...

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