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Imam Mosque Isfahan
Ghal-e-Tabarok, Isfahan, Iran
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I had taken a comfortable 6-hour train ride from Yazd to Esfahan. I had been looking forward to visiting the much fabled city of Esfahan, and I wasn’t let down at all! There is good reason for Esfahan to be an UNESCO World Heritage City – it is simply stunning. My hosts lodged me in the very comfortable 4-star Kowsar Hotel and I enjoyed the company of Mr. Firoodi who showed me around the magnificent Imam Square and Imam Mosque. The fine details of the blue and yellow tiling were exquisite. I also loved walking through the Armenian sector of new Jolfa, as well as walking along the Zayandeh River and across its fairy-tale bridges which are over 400 years old.

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Posted: Jun 14, 2012

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