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Top Things to Do in Kashan

Kashan is an old city south of Tehran with lots of traditional houses of rich businessmen. It has also beautiful gardens and old historical hills which had been the center of Persian civilization and pottery. One can also see the historical monuments of this desert city between Tehran and Isfahan whose architecture is greatly unique. Furthermore, you can rest in its cozy boutique hotels. You can also pay a visit to Maranjab Desert near Kashan. The archaeological sites of Sialk Hillocks reveal the prehistoric ages of old Persia and its ziggurat still stands after about 7000 years. Last but not the least, you will have the opportunity of visiting an ancient underground city full of mysteries in the city of rosewater. This ancient city has been the center of civilization for thousands of years. So it is worth a visit by you to feel the antiquity of Persia’s old times.

Tabatabaei Historical House: First of all, when you come to the great city of Kashan you should really visit this nice place which is the pearl of Kashan. This city is known for its beautiful houses that can be regarded as palaces that rich businessmen dwelled in as stopover places. Nowadays they are well preserved tourist attractions to visit in this desert city. One can admit that this house is definitely the most outstanding one here. It enjoys the art of symmetries which have made this edifice wonderful in terms of its architecture. Everything from the area of the house to the underground rooms cool and conditioned in summer and moderate in winter. Construction of the house took 10 years to complete and its stucco and plaster works are amazing. You can observe a rug pattern and its floral design with its beautiful details that reflect the changing sky patterns decorating the walls of this stunning house. Sizable pavilions are framed by walls bearing intricate relief carvings in floral patterns; inner galleries and courtyards open to the elements. So you are invited to come to Iran and see this lovely pearl which is one of the top and mostly visited abstractions of the city of Kashan in Iran in the heart of desert by yourself and in person. Because his wife's name was Homa (Sphinx), the wealthy businessman used shapes of this bird too much in the construction of his splendid house. Thus you can see the shapes of legendary bird of Homa inscribed on the walls of the house as delicate decorations which catch your eyes. Thus you can see marvelous and delicate works of art inscribing the shapes of Homa bird on the walls of this fabulous house. You can make your visit more memorable by taking excellent phots of the beauty of the house and yourselves. So do bring your camera to make your trip to the past and to this monument a more memorable one.Nowadays they are well preserved tourist attractions to visit in this desert city. One can admit that this house is definitely the most outstanding one here. It enjoys the art of symmetries which have made this edifice wonderful in terms of its architecture. Everything from the area of the house to the underground rooms cool and conditioned in summer and moderate in winter. Construction of the house took 10 years to complete and its stucco and plaster works are amazing. You can observe a rug pattern and its floral design with its beautiful details that reflect the changing sky patterns decorating the walls of this stunning house. Sizable pavilions are framed by walls bearing intricate relief carvings in floral patterns; inner galleries and courtyards open to the elements. So I invite you to come to Iran and see this lovely pearl in the desert by yourself and in person. The story behind this house is a love story. A very famous and rich merchant gives consent to the marriage of his daughter Homa (Sphinx) after the construction of the house by the beloved. You can see the floral designs of Persian rug on the walls of this unique house. Do not forget to bring your camera to make your trip to the past and to this monument more memorable.

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