Just in the central part of Iran’s Plateau, there is a valuable historical and artistic city. There is no question about why the city of Isfahan has been called »half the world«. This city, which is a brilliant jewel in the heart of Iran’s most attractive cities, has amazing monuments, especially because it was once upon a time, the capital of this country during the reign of one of the most glorious monarchies, the reign of Shah Abbas Safavid. The enthusiasm of visiting monuments attracts many tourists from around the world every year as a magnet. The art of architects, painters, tile artists and other Iranian and Islamic artists in all places in Isfahan remains a magnificent unique picture. On every corner of Naghsh-e-Jahan Square a world Heritage site of Isfahan there are outstanding masterpieces, Imam (Masjid-e Jam ‘e Abbasi) mosque with its lasting impression, Ali Qapu palace with an astonishing design and Qeysarie Gate in northern end of the square are must see visiting sites.
You may find the glorious examples of Ancient Iranian art works walking around the city, the highlights include, the Eight Paradise (Hasht Behesht) Palace, Menar Jonban and Jameh mosque. As Isfahan hosts Zayandehrud River, Si-o-se pol and Khaju bridges demonstrate perfect symbols of interconnection art and nature.