A.R Rezaei

A.R Rezaei

Alireza is a professional translator and tour guide and the manager of PallyTour, holding his B.A degree in English translation studies. He is so interested in tourism and traveling.

travel to Iran for a great adventure. Rich history of beautiful landscapes and wonderful people. Isfahan is a unique and beautiful story. Meeting with Alireza, visit to the garden, visit to local businesses, visiting an English school.

Before I explain Ash-e Reshteh, I must mention this point that what’s called Ash in Iranian cuisine is a food looking like a thick soup, mainly consisting of herbs and legumes. It’s the same for Ash-e Reshteh. What’s more here is reshteh, a kind of Persian noodle. This soup is one of the most delicious, popular, and well known ones among Iranian soups, and is more preferred in winter.

Introduction of Esfahan:

The absolute majority of the international travelers, who plan a trip to Iran, decide to visit Esfahan and its tourist attractions as a must-see destination in their itineraries. It is really worth a tw0-day stay if not more to explore the beauty of the city and find out why it is known for the breath-taking Persian gardens and Islamic architecture. In terms of buying Iranian handicrafts and souvenirs, this is the best place because of the large variety of available items and the artistic ambiance easily felt everywhere at this city.

 

Formerly known as Naqsh-e-Jahan Sq (Image of the world), it is a World Heritage Site with all three monuments around it registered in UNESCO’s list. Shah Abbas I, started his royal project of constructing this square and the bazaar as well as the palace and mosques around it in 1612. Visitors to Esfahan love this square and keep coming back there to see and enjoy its beauty.

It is also known as Shaking Minarets. This monument was originally a mausoleum for a mystic figure of 14th century. Later in Safavid period a couple of minarets were added to the top of it making a unique building that resists against severe tremors. Once one minaret is pushed to be shaken, the other one also begins to shake.


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