The laundry house which was built in 1966 now serves as a museum of anthropology.
The tiles feature images of battles led by the Prophet Muhammad and Ali ibn Abi Talib, the first Shiite Imam, the battle of Karbala and ancient Persian kings.
The museum displays 200 valuable pairs of shoes from different historical eras and ethnic groups.
Ozbaki Hill is only known for being the origin of the first man-made adobe handed over to the United Nations.
A massive mirror hall on the western flank of the yard is graced with remarkable interior designs and a lot of inscriptions.
The caravanserai was registered on the list of Iran’s national monuments on October 31, 1998.
The Statue of Penelope unearthed in Persepolis along with its three Roman counterparts is on display at the Iranian National Museum.
An Iranian official has said that Isfahan’s new title, the World Craft City, can help the country boost its tourism.
Kashan, a city in Isfahan Province, is home to windcatchers which used to act as ventilators.
The centuries-old castle is perched on a hill in North Khorasan Province.