Hammam-e Sultan Mir Ahmad (Turkey Bath)
This Turkish bath is quite worthy of look. It is different from the style of the previous houses. You can choose to go to the roof first, preferably before sunset.
The ball on the roof is actually a dome in the bathroom, which creates another piece of heaven and earth, and it feels like a kind of alien base.
This bathroom has been around for more than 450 years. The ancient Persian people will enjoy the shower too much. It is so gorgeous... It can be seen that the prosperity of the year was so beautiful that the interior decoration was typical of Shiite Islamic style.
Blue pattern tile is my dish.
The distant skyline is covered with blue-gray clouds, and the faded sunset is left with orange-violet light, which outlines the perfect curved dome and the tall minaret of the mosque. Time settles down like a return to the Middle Ages as far away as the skyline.
Lying on the terrace of the caf opposite the mosque, the exotic melodious music, the sweet smoky smell, the ethereal eyes under the black yarn... If anyone tells me this is a dream, I am willing to be in Yaz Do not wake up in the Middle Ages dream of Germany [the moon]
See the glory of the Persian Empire from the old house of Kashang!
There are many traditional mansions built by Persian merchants hidden behind the high mud-brick walls of Kashan Old Town. They have witnessed the importance of Kashan as a trade center in the period of the Jia-Gang period. Most of these houses were built. In the 19th century, wealthy businessmen are now far away, but these houses have been preserved as precious heritage. Tabatabayi House is one of the most eye-catching ones. If time is limited enough to visit a mansion, it must be a Tabata Bayi house. If time is sufficient, then you may wish to see more. After all, each one is self-sufficient. It has its own unique charm and has its own unique story.
Tabatabayi House was built by Persian businessman Saeed Tabataba around 1880. The mansion is decorated with complex reliefs, delicate stucco, beautiful mirrors and stained glass. And famous, it is extremely luxurious. The house is divided into different functional areas, and the courtyards used by the owner's family, the courtyards used by the guests, and the courtyards used by the servants are separated from each other, which fully guarantees their privacy, which is completely different from the pattern of only one courtyard of ordinary people.
Tababata House TIPS:
1, tickets, 150,000 riyals, and another pass of 350,000 rials, including Tabata Bayi House, SULTAN AMIR SHMAD Bathhouse, ABBASIAN Historial HOUSE, but need Note that the Brugelldi House is not in the package and needs to be purchased separately.
2, time reference: 2 hours.
3, suggest morning or evening.
The most famous attractions in Kashan are the ancient houses left by the rich in ancient times and the Fain Garden, which is about 7 km from the city. What I want to go most is a bathroom roof that looks like an alien base. The
Ahmed Sultan bathroom has a history of 500 years and now no one has gone to the bath because of the special building turned into an attraction. The bathroom has a complex array of patterns with blue floors, and the bathroom is divided into rooms with different functions, which are very cool. The most amazing thing is the roof of the bathroom, a dozen different sizes of blue dome-like lights, which seem to be at the base of the aliens. The lights are full of fantasy and the thoughts are taken at once. To outer space.
The Persian style garden favored by the Iranians
2011 UNESCO has added nine Persian gardens in Iran to the World Cultural Heritage List as an excellent example of the existing Persian gardens. Traditionally, these gardens It symbolizes heaven and is divided into four parts, which symbolize the four elements of Zoroastrianism: heaven, earth, water and plants. The Fain Garden in Kashan is one of the most popular.
Fern Garden was built in 1590 during the Safi dynasty. It has been 500 years old and is the oldest still-preserved garden in Iran. Covering an area of 2.3 hectares, the garden has a large courtyard surrounded by round towers and is known for its natural fountains, as well as the palace buildings built during the Safavid era and the dynasty. There is a ferry bath in the garden, which is planted with a variety of fruit trees, such as apple trees, cherry trees, plum trees, etc. In addition, there are colorful flowers such as lilies, wild roses, roses, jasmine, violets, daffodils and tulips. .
Lush trees, green meadows, blue baths, historic buildings and high walls make the Fain Garden one of the most sought-after gardens in Iran. In my opinion, this is also the most beautiful of the nine Iranian gardens selected for World Heritage.
1, Fain Garden is located 10 kilometers outside Kashan, taxi about 10-15 million rials;
2, tickets: 200,000 riyals
3, time reference: 1 hour.
[Obiyanai Village] Abyaney
Leaving the lively Fein Garden and driving to the village of Obiyanai, this village is 2,500 meters above sea level, 80 kilometers from Kashan, without public transportation, the entire village It is dark red, because the house is made of wood, the red clay is mixed with hay, and the winter is very cold. If we go in October, it is still not hot or cold.
Obiyanai Village is located in a valley in the Karkas Mountains in central Iran. It is more than 2,000 years old. Because of its remote location and poor environment, the villagers have been isolated for a long time. Young people have gone out to work, so the village Leave a small number of old people. It is said that this village is still talking about the ancient Pahlavi language.
The dress of this village is not the same in other parts of Iran. Men wear big bloomers, ladies are flower headbands and loose skirts.
They like to sit at their doorstep and smile at people, or sell something small, this life has lasted for more than a decade.
But if you want to take pictures or take a photo with them, you have to pay for it, but you can buy something for her...
Kashans house is only two or three stories high. The wealthy have a large courtyard and countless small houses, a cool summer room, a cold storage room for food, an atrium with a pool, and a variety of Patterned bricks and carved doors. The roofs of a street are all connected, from one to the other. A little higher is the top of the onion that stands out in each mosque.
Taba Baba House is a famous traditional Abbas residence with all the basic features of a traditional Iranian residence. First, its direction is defined as facing or away from Mecca. Second, it is designed in exactly the same way as a desert building.
Kashang's craftsmen and architects use stucco as a cheap but powerful and easy to mold material, cleverly designed to create a luxurious Persian style, rough and original bricks or stones from The simple earthy material transforms into an elegant and refined look, an ancient technique of the Persian masters.
When I was looking for accommodation in Kashan, I followed the navigation to an unknown home. The hotel was next to the old house. The entrance was not eye-catching, but there was a hole in the sky, a very beautiful courtyard, and a complimentary breakfast every day. The first stop we stayed in was like a treasure. Together with the beautiful big sister from Poland, I went up to the top of the building and said it was early. I thought I was wrong, so weird. How can the Polish say good morning? She explained that she has been in Taiwan for three years and will speak Chinese a little bit and can only communicate briefly.
Psychology of Polish sisters, married in Bali for ten years, traveling with family every year, walking through many places around the world, this time with her husband and son to Iran, after a simple sunrise church Their family said that they would like to go to a magical mosque in the city together, and we promised with joy.
We walked all the way to the mosque, and the mosque was half hidden by the tourists. The villagers flew open and saw the birds flying over the mosque, screaming in the silent sky.
Built at the end of the 18th century, this beautiful six-story building was built by a wealthy glass merchant. In many corners of the courtyard, the high porch and reception hall are decorated with gypsum reliefs and exquisite mirrors. These mirrors are beautiful and refined, the servants of the house. The hostel has now been converted into a tea house and restaurant selling delicious Iranian cuisine.
Into the old house, many rooms have a long history, but the details show that the Persian architecture is luxurious, the sky is getting darker, and the house lit by the Chinese lanterns is even more amazing.
It has also become the most popular tourist destination for Iranians. Many tourists from Tehran are driving. We met a shy and childlike Persian girl. The beauty of the Persian is simply born. It is sweet as an angel.