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This spectacular collection includes Ganjali Khan Bath, Meskhetian Market, Ganjali Khan Mosque and Coin Museum, in addition to its attractive coin collection, its tall dome with a beautiful trophy attracts attention. The goldsmiths also have access to a collection of inns in the gold market. The Lawyer’s Bath Tea House is also a good place to eat tea, lunch or just surf. This section of the Ganjali Khan complex starts from the covered dome of the main market and continues up to 3 meters of open space. From there you can go straight to the Jerman Mosque next to the Martyrs Square (Mashtaqiyeh)

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kerman Industrial Museum

The Kerman Industrial Museum is another sightseeing in Kerman where there is a valuable and thoughtful collection of illustration, photography, and so on. In the modern part of the museum, there are various spectacular works by some of the world’s great artists: the statue of August Rodin, two paintings by Béla Kádár and a painting by Kandinsky. Works by Iranian artists such as the semi-cubist work of Mohammad Javadipour narrating a rural scene or the work of Rajabali by Shah Nematollah are among the valuable sights of the museum

Kerman Museum Industrial

The Dome Of Jebelia

Passing through the dry springs of the city to the eastern end of the mysterious city of Kerman and the dome of Jebeliyeh, Kerman Martyrs Street. Some scholars have estimated the age of this dome, which is one of Kerman’s most spectacular, in the second century BC, and it is considered an observatory. Other scholars believe the dome was an important tomb or tomb. However, the reason for its construction is not completely clear, and a two-storey stone building is remarkably old. The dome of Jebeliya is on the east side of Shohada Street, near the owner’s grave

The Dome Of Jebelia

Bath Museum

The Bath Museum is another great sight in Kerman. The monument is an old bathroom that has become a museum these days, with wax sculptures to further illustrate the climate of the bathroom. The sculptures indicate the use of each part of the bathroom. The museum’s architecture is made of simple marble and brick and light is provided through the roof. The architecture and geometric shapes of the ceiling help to illuminate more of the space through the ceiling vents, and in the old days, people in the bathroom became aware of the time and time. If you do not want to pay for entry into the museum, you can visit the former porch and bathroom cloakroom, such as luggage, rugs, diapers and more

Bath Museum

The eager tomb of Ali Shah

Mashtaqiyeh dome or trellis monastery with its beautiful blue and white tiles is one of the late works of the Qajar era which houses the tombs of several famous Kermani figures. But it is known for the enthusiastic Ali Shah, a Persian mystic and renowned poet and poet. Singing, adding a fourth triple string to this beautiful musical instrument, and the eagerness of the King’s hair were among the things that made him famous. But his Sufi philosophies and his particular views (such as reading the Qur’an with three syllables) angered the religious rulers of that time and stoned this great mystic in the Kerman Mosque


The eager tomb of Ali Shah

Imam Mosque

Imam Mosque or Kerman Mosque Jerman Mosque is one of the tourist attractions of Kerman which has a large courtyard and numerous bedrooms. Its courtyard is 4,000 square meters. One of the porches to the southwest of the mosque is a large structure from the Seljuk era, made of colorless Seljuk-era bricks and traces of old plaster remains. Much of the mosque has been refurbished and new repairs are different from the old and actual ones. On either side of the altar, there are also large windshields to keep the porch cool

Imam Mosque

Ganjali Khan Mosque

In the northeast part of Ganjali Khan Square, there is a small and beautiful Ganjali Khan Mosque that seems to have been a dedicated mosque for worship of Ganjali Khan by the famous rulers of the Safavid era. Construction of a large part of the beautiful Kerman market is also considered a positive step by Ganjali Khan. After the entrance to Ganjali Khan Mosque, there is a narrow corridor, behind which is a dome-like space. The windows of this mansion, which is one of the most spectacular places in Kerman, are designed in a beautiful and lattice style

Ganjala Khan Mosque

Princess Garden

Prince Mahan or Prince Mahan’s garden is one of the historical gardens of Iran. This garden is about 2 kilometers from the city of Mahan, near the city of Kerman, on the slopes of the Tigran Mountains and is about the end of the Qajar period. This garden is located at a latitude of 2 degrees 9 minutes north latitude and 2 degrees east longitude 2 meters high and is 5 meters high off the high seas. This work was registered as one of Iran’s national monuments on November 5, 2007, and was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the Thirty-fifth UNESCO World Heritage Summit, along with eight other Iranian gardens

Princess Garden

Kerman National Library

It may not seem like much, but the National Library of Kerman is one of Iran’s largest research centers, including Kerman’s sightseeing. What makes this rich library interesting to foreign tourists is the building of the library. The library’s architecture is a combination of the Qajar era architecture, the beautiful brick pillars that hold the dome, and the beautiful overall view of the building. Built in the year 6 AH, it was originally a spinning and weaving factory and later changed to Kerman National Library

Kerman National Library

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