Naghshe Jahan Square, a hidden world
Isfahan Naghshe Jahan Square is one of the main tourist attractions of turquoise domes. It has a number of buildings in its heart, each of which is unique in its kind, including Shah mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah mosque, Aliqapu Palace, and Qaiserieh old bazaar. You can find various kinds of traditional souvenirs of Isfahan around this square. In addition, tourists can enjoy a Persian meal in traditional restaurants around the Square.
Naghshe Jahan in Persian means “sign of the world”. Many tourists who have described the city of Isfahan in the past, have spoken a great deal about Naghshe Jahan Square and described the memories of the visits of ambassadors and foreign representatives and citizens of other countries, and many historical talks between Iranian governors And foreign envoys in this square.
Naghshe Jahan Square is a UNESCO world heritage. During the Teymourian era, Naghshe Jahan Square was built to a smaller extent. The square was expanded in the course of Shah Abbas I. Most of the buildings around this square were also built in the same era. The parade, polo games, rituals, and various shows and performances during Shah Abbas I and his successor’s reign took place in this square. There are two gates of polo that have remained in this field since then.
Naghshe Jahan square is one of the few historical monuments that make any visitor feel limitless joy and wonder.