Kerman province is the most southern province of Iran. Kerman has about 7,000 historical attractions, 700 of which are listed on the national monuments list. This province is located between the provinces of Yazd, South Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchestan, Hormozgan and Fars. Many historical attractions have made the province one of the 5 historic cities.
Ganjalikhan complex of Kerman has several buildings that have been rebuilt since the Safavid era. This collection was created by Ganjali Khan, the ruler of the Safavid Shah Abbas era. The Ganjalikhan collection of Kerman was registered on May 26, 1969.
Ganjali Khan Square, which is in the form of a rectangle, brings together a set of elements of the city. Ganjali Khan Market Like other traditional Iranian markets, this complex has a spectacular architecture that brings you an enjoyable experience to take a stroll in. The bath of this complex has also become the Museum of Anthropology in Kerman, and besides visiting the museum, the beauty of the building is also very spectacular and admirable. Ganjalikhan Mint, now a coin museum, has put together a set of old coins to attract enthusiasts.
Other parts of this collection include Abanbar, School, Caravanserai and Ganjalikhan’s Sanctuary, which you can visit. You can also visit the old center of Kerman to access the Ganjalikan complex.
Kerman’s lawyer’s bath is a magnificent building that has been influenced by the Zandy-Qajar architecture. This building has two parts: dressing room and wardrobe. The bathhouse was built in 1902 and rebuilt in 1991.
The Kerman lawyer’s bath is now transformed into a traditional tea shop, and tourists are served there with Fermented Kermani, tea and a variety of drinks. You can also try the local dishes of Kerman in the winery.
Goblia dome is a stone building that has been reigned from the Sassanid era. This dome is the only stone building in Kerman. Visit the east of Kerman city and near Kerman’s Pardisan Park to get access to the Jabloli dome. Inside the complex is the Kerman Stone Museum, which you can visit the museum.
The Bam Arg is a glossy and glorious building, which unfortunately was largely destroyed in the 2003 earthquake. This building is under reconstruction and its visit is not worthless.
Bam is the largest brick building in the world. This collection is, in fact, a great fortress in which the citadel forms part of it. But all this collection is called the Bam Arg.
Simk waterfalls are located 35 km north of Kerman in the village of Kuhpayeh. This area has good facilities including a camp that has led many tourists to visit this area. The 13 cascades in the sim are always welcomed by climbers and climbers. Climbing these waterfalls requires special equipment and skills.
The Prince Mahan Garden
Prince or Shazdeh Garden is located two kilometers from Mahan city. This garden belongs to the Qajar period. The Prince’s Garden is one of nine Iranian gardens registered in UNESCO. The garden information is translated into 35 languages and is in the tourism map of this organization. The Fat’Abad Garden of Kerman, located in the village of Tekbarabad, has been a pattern for the construction of the Prince’s Garden.
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