Isfahan Royal (Naqsh-e Jahan) Square

The blessed capital of the Safavid kings, Isfahan, with a wide range of historical monuments, is a great destination in Iran. the awesome constructions of Safavid kings such as numerous mosques with turquoise domes, palaces, gardens, mansions and historical bridges make Isfahan interesting. Among the monuments in Isfahan, Naqsh-e Jahan Square is a must-see monument that should not be missed. Join Leaveabode Isfahan city tour or Isfahan Square Evening Tour and enjoy this historic square.

 

 

Isfahan royal square is also called Naqsh-e Jahan and Imam square
Isfahan Naqsh-e Jahan Square is also called Royal and Imam square. | Leave Abode – Hit the Road

 

 

Royal square of Isfahan, also called Naghsh-e Jahan and Imam Square is one of the most beautiful historical places in Isfahan. This square is the second biggest one in the world after Tiananmen square in China.

 

The site’s inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List demonstrates the importance of the area. The concentration of most ancient monuments of Isfahan is in Naghsh-e Jahan Square. During your trip to Isfahan, you cannot help spending a long time visiting this gorgeous square and exploring the historical monuments.

The historical monuments in Naqsh-e Jahan square that you like to visit:

 

 

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This beautiful square has had many ups and downs during its life in different governments and has been neglected by the rulers at different times, But today it has many glorious fans all over the world.

Safavid era was a golden era for Iran in science, culture, art and architecture, most of those monuments remained to the current time, especially in Isfahan that was the capital of the Safavid Empire.

 

Don't forget to book a tour to Isfahan Royal Square

Know Before You Go

How to get to the Isfahan Royal Square ?

The best way is to take part in one of the day tours of Leaveabode.

Shah Mosque is located in the central part of Isfahan, Isfahan province.

Holidays for Isfahan Royal Square?
  • 1 April
  • 4 May
  • 14 & 15 May
  • 4 & 5 & 7 June
  • 18 & 19 August
  • 6 & 7 October

Also, this market cannot be visited on holidays.

The dates may be changeable so get in touch with us for more accurate info. info@leaveabode.com

When does Isfahan Royal Square date back to?

Isfahan Royal Square was built during the Safavid Era in the 18th century.

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