Tabriz The third largest city in Iran, which has a special place in the history and economy of Iran. The historic and prestigious center of East Azarbaijan province has seen a series of ups and downs and has seen various incidents. Once upon a time, it was a small village near Sahand Mountains and for a period of time, it was once the capital of Iran. Tabriz in Iran has been dubbed the “Top City” because of its popularity in utilizing the facilities of today’s world. A land that has always tried to maintain the quality of urban citizenship along with preserving its cultural and historical roots. The features of the city of Tabriz Iran, like the unique historical and contemporary monuments, the eye-catching nature of Azerbaijan, the cultural and ethnic characteristics of its people, unique souvenirs and crafts have led us to introduce the city and its attractions properly. Tabriz in Iran is renowned for its traditional and modern markets and the high-quality goods it offers. Tabriz is a historic city with many ancient monuments such as Blue Mosque, Azerbaijan Museum, and many others. Tabriz in Iran has handicrafts and precious souvenirs, among which the carpet and leather of Tabriz attract most passengers. The city of Tabriz is located in a province with many natural attractions, such as Kandovan village and Arasbaran forest you cannot leave Tabriz without seeing them.
Bazaar of Tabriz
Bazaar of Tabriz One of the recorded monuments of Iran in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It has been named one of the world’s largest indoor markets. Mozaffariyeh Village and the Qeysarie Bazaar of Tabriz are amongst the most famous markets in Iran. The local market is suitable for the purchase of first-rate items such as handmade carpets, nuts, leather goods, fabrics, spices, and handicrafts. It has the most complete social circle amongst Iranian markets, and it has an interconnected set of social structures.
It has different sections like the pool, the palace, the park, the grand hall, skateboard field, and mini-golf course. Essential facilities have been provided in the park for the well-being of tourists. The weather there is one of a kind.
Azerbaijan Museum The second largest archaeological museum in Iran. One of the top ten attractions of Tabriz. An unparalleled collection of historical coins from the Achaemenid period to the Qajar period. In addition to visiting the museum, you can visit the Blue Mosque, Saat Square, and the Iron Age Museum.
Eynali One of the most important areas for recreation and climbing in Tabriz. Multiple tele cabins are available for you in case you want to get to the highest point of Mount Eynali. On ibn Ali’s shrine is located above this complex and is one of the most popular and important shrines in the city. The resort is one of the top ten tourist attractions of Tabriz. The hot water glacial lake has given a beautiful effect to the nature surrounding Mount Eynali.
Maqbaratoshoara The mausoleum and tomb of more than 400 poets and literary figures such as Mohammad-Hossein Shahriar and Khaqani. The monument’s architecture is beautiful and attractive. It is considered to be the city’s cultural symbol. It is located in a historical neighborhood near other monuments. In the heart of the historic city of Tabriz, the remains of many historic monuments can be found; structures built at different times which added to the historic riches and architecture of this city. One of the most famous of these buildings is the Arg of Tabriz, built in 8th century AH in the city’s historical section. Nowadays the only thing left of it is the south porch, which is 33 meters high. This small fragment of it cannot even deliver a sliver of magnificence from the original building. The Arg is the tallest brick building in the city, with a 30 Meters long porch and 10.5 meters walls. The Arg is also known as the Ali Shah Tagh, Ali Shah Mosque, Arg of Tabriz or Arg of Ali Shah.
Blue Mosque By visiting this mosque you can see a beautiful combination of Islamic and Iranian art. The monument belongs to the 9th century AH. One of the most prominent architectural works ever made. The Mosque is simply one of the masterpieces of Islamic architecture. It is also known as Shah Jahan Mosque, the Mansion, and mosque of Mozaffariyeh. The combination of bricks and tiles with a variety of colors is quite spectacular and amazing. The architect has created a favorable adaptation to the climatic conditions of the city of Tabriz in such a way that the mosque is compatible with different seasons of the year.
Tabriz Municipality Palace
Tabriz Municipality Palace The Tabriz Municipality Palace was built between 1314 and 1318 by order of Reza Shah Pahlavi in Tabriz. The building was registered on July 29, 1998, as one of the national monuments of Iran.
Amand Dam Located in the northwest of Tabriz and close to a village with the same name. The dam is used to store the water coming from Astarachay River. On the shore of the dam, there is a resort for tourists offering accommodations such as camping and water sports such as water ski, jet sky, and sailing.
Jameh Mosque of Tabriz
Jameh Mosque of Tabriz The mosque is located Motahhari St. Historians attribute this historical work to the Seljuq dynasty although since then, several sections have been added and many developments have taken place. The Qajar dynasty has been influential in creating its modern form.
Quran and Racism Museum
Another of these museums is the Quran and Racism Museum, which displays a variety of linear Qurans. Amongst these exquisite objects, there is a Quran which is written by Ali al-Ridha. There are two marble arches on the entrance to the atrium and inside the shrine which date back to the Safavid era. One of the arches of the mosque is made of marble and another is decorated with Al-Jinn scripts, written by Aladdin, a calligraphist from that particular period of time. The mosque has a dome and two distinctive long minarets. In this museum, you will see an exquisite collection of the Holy Quran belonging to different times, a variety of utensils decorated with Quran’s verses and works by Iranian calligraphers. There are some Qurans written by Imams of the Shi’a that fascinate the viewers. One of the most fascinating works from this collection is a page of the Holy Quran from the third century AH which was written by Ali al-Ridha on a piece of deer skins in Kufic. Manuscripts written by Iranian calligraphers from different periods of time can be seen in the museum. In addition to the Quran and manuscripts and works of calligraphers, there are other items in this museum, such as all kinds of cardboard pencils with miniatures and lacquer lining, Chinese porcelain, brass and clay decorated with Qurans verses, metal plaques painted with holy words and a stone tablet with a cuneiform belonging to the Elam period. One of the most interesting works is the brass bowl which dates back to 1110 AH. Al-Fatiha script is horizontally written in the center of the bowl, and also Qurans verses are written in the form of a 42-line circle at the sides.