Tabriz 2019/05/18

City in Iran

Tabriz is the capital city of East Azerbaijan Province, in northwestern Iran. Tabriz Bazaar, once a major Silk Road market, is a sprawling brick-vaulted complex selling carpets, spices and jewelry. The rebuilt 15th-century Blue Mosque retains original turquoise mosaics on its entrance arch. Collections at the Azerbaijan Museum range from prehistoric finds to 20th-century sculptures by Iranian artist Ahad Hosseini.

A stately 4-faced clock tower characterizes the city’s Municipality Palace. Inside, the Municipality Museum has centuries-old carpets on display. Eminent Iranian literary scholars are buried at the Tomb of Poets. Nearby, a fortress-like brick wall is all that remains of the 14th-century Ark Mosque. Constitution House is a museum documenting, through papers and photographs, the country’s early-20th-century revolution. The Qajar Museum, an elegant mansion in one of the city’s old neighborhoods, houses objects including weapons and coins. South of Tabriz, Kandovan is a cliff village with houses carved out of mountain rock.

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Bazaar of Tabriz

The Bazaar of Tabriz is a historical market situated in the city center of Tabriz, Iran. It is one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East and the largest covered bazaar in the world. It is one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Blue Mosque, Tabriz

The Blue Mosque is a historic mosque in Tabriz, Iran. The mosque and some other public buildings were constructed in 1465 upon the order of Jahan Shah, the ruler of Kara Koyunlu. The mosque was severely damaged in an earthquake in 1780, leaving only the iwan

Azerbaijan Museum

Azerbaijan Museum is the major archaeological and historical museum in Tabriz, in the northwest part of Iran. It was established on April 1958. The museum consists of three major halls, a side yard, office rooms and a library.

Arg of Tabriz

Arg of Tabriz, is the remnants of a large acropolis fortification and city wall in downtown Tabriz. Ark's structure is visible from far distances in downtown of Tabriz, if not blocked by newly high raised building.

El Goli Building

El Gölü, also known as Shah Gölü is the name of a large historic park containing an artificial lake in south east of Tabriz, Iran. El Gölü artificial lake is a rectangular lake surrounded by four side walks and a stripe of flowers in its four sides.



Maqbarat-o-shoara or the Mausoleum of Poets is a graveyard belonging to classical and contemporary poets, mystics and other notable people, located in the Surkhab district of Tabriz in Iran.


Eynali is a mountain range in north of Tabriz, Iran. The range has a couple of peaks including Eynali, Halileh, Pakeh-chin, Bahlul and the highest one Dand. It has red soil and Eynali peak and Dand are visible from almost everywhere in Tabriz.

Constitution House of Tabriz

The Constitution House of Tabriz, also known as Khaneh Mashrouteh, is a historical edifice located next to the Great Bazaar of Tabriz, on Motahari Ave in Tabriz, Iran.

Sa'at Tower

Sa'at Tower also known as Tabriz Municipality Palace is building in Tabriz which used as the city hall and main office of the municipal government of Tabriz, East Azarbaijan Province, Iran.


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