- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... boasted an adventurous riot of coloured frescoes, though decidedly little eroticism.
After lunch, we finally visited what is regarded as the principal site of Esfahan- the Naghsh-e-Jahan square. Here is the apogee of the Safavids, completed during the early decades of the 17th century, and deemed to be one of the finest city spaces on the planet. At either end, the goal posts still stand that were used in polo matches for the ...
*We are seeing a lot of mosques during our trip to Iran; we risk developing mosque fatigue but this is Isfahan ...
*Jameh Mosque is famous for its 476 domes, all of which are decorated with different geometric designs. This mosque is all about design in brickwork. There are no brightly coloured ceramic tiles to be seen here. Close examination of the different styles incorporated into ...
... huge vaulted space. This is achieved by a double skinned dome. In another part of the mosque, if 2 people stand in opposite corners of the hall, some 30 metres apart, talk in a low pitch into wall, you can conduct a private conversation. Not sure how that works but it does.
*We go to a well known local restaurant for dinner. We guess it is on Trip Advisor since there are quite a few foreigners eating there. AG is adventurous and tries chicken ...