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Doha Express City Tour
"Discover The Pearl an extraordinary artificial island created in a shape of an oyster which has set the standard for luxury. Explore then Katara the stunning cultural village in a beautiful beachfront at the heart of Doha with an amphitheater an opera art galleries and restaurants from various countries and cultures. Next stop is The Equestrian Club or “Royal Stable” which gives home to the royal race horses and international priceless spring horses. Continue with The Museum of Islamic Arts the iconic museum including pieces covering over a thousand years of Islamic Art. Conclude at Souk Waqif the authentic traditional market with its fascinating maze of alleyways and typical atmosphere retaining its old-character
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Doha Express City Tour
"Discover The Pearl an extraordinary artificial island created in a shape of an oyster which has set the standard for luxury. Explore then Katara the stunning cultural village in a beautiful beachfront at the heart of Doha with an amphitheater an opera art galleries and restaurants from various countries and cultures. Next stop is The Equestrian Club or “Royal Stable” which gives home to the royal race horses and international priceless spring horses. Continue with The Museum of Islamic Arts the iconic museum including pieces covering over a thousand years of Islamic Art. Conclude at Souk Waqif the authentic traditional market with its fascinating maze of alleyways and typical atmosphere retaining its old-character
From $60.00
 
Private Souk Waqif or Al Wakra Souk Shopping Tour in Doha
"Enjoy a visit to the Souq's of Doha. Be picked up from your hotel and taken on an unforgettable shopping tour.A visit to one of the falcon shops is a unique experience – some shopkeepers will allow you to photograph and handle the birds while exp particularly on festive occasions and opportunities to photograph donkeys with traditional patterned saddles. Enjoy your day or evening at the Souq before returning to your hotel.""""Souq Waqif is a showpiece of traditional architecture handicrafts and folk art and was once a weekend trading area for the Bedouin. The only traditional souq to remain in the Gulf
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Strolling along the river

Zayandeh River flows through Esfahan from west to east. It is nice to stroll along the river between the many bridges (many of them very old) in late afternoon or in the evening when the bridges are...
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Khaju Bridge

The historic bridges of modern Esfahan are of course Safavid, like the Maidan. Each bridge coincides with a straight avenue running through the city from north to south. The best-known is the 132- m...
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Esfahan Sherines

Mausoleum of Baba Qassem Located to the north of the Friday Mosque, is the Mausoleum of Baba Qassem (Aramgah-e Baba Ghassem. an Iranian theologian) built in 1340 AD by a theological student named...
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MEDICAL SERVICES:

There are several hospitals in Esfahan. The former Anglican Hospital is next to the Church of St Luke in Abbas Abad Street. Somc ofthc hospitals arc as j()llows: I. Askarych 250041-9. 2. I;ciz...
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DRUG STORE (24-HOUR):

. Ali Asghar 222148.2. Edalat, Chahar Bagh-e Bala Ave 2446063. Emdad, Ferdowsi Ave 227713-4.4. Esfahan, Amadegah St 223511.5. Hakim Shafa 265846.6. Kushesh, Sheikh Bahai Ave 234494.7. Markazi,...
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The Tea House under Si-o-Seh Pol

For just 7000 rials I got a pot of tea and a water pipe (ghaliyan) with banana flavoured tobacco (!). I could sit forever and smoke water pipe, take a sip of hot tea and see the water running just...
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the sad reminder of an useless war

Golestan-e-shohada certainly are no standard touristattraction. This is the local cementery for people who lost their lives during the long war between Iran and Iraq. In this large and peacefull area...
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Menar-e Jomban

The tomb of Abu Adullah, which has these shaking minarets a few hundred years old is an OK attraction, but not breathtaking. Entrance is 30,000 Rial. If you go I recommend to take the bus (from the...
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Khajoo (Shahi) Bridge,in isfahan...

The above mentioned took its foundation in the late Teimooride period, and was constructed according to what it is currently in 1060 AH, under the orders of Shah Abbas II. Its cubicles, adornments and...
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THE BEST CITY IN THE WORLD

all the thing about history of esfahan and all of the history places like amam sq. or pole-khajoo and....the best street (chahar bagh) or abbasi hotel.ican say i love esfahan .it is my city. it is...
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The bridge itself is 295m long and ...

The bridge itself is 295m long and 13.75m wide. The thirty four piers on which it is constructed are 3.49m thick and the arches are 5.57m wide. The southern side of the bridge, where the waters of the...
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" CHEHEL-SOTUN " MOSEUM...

The magnificent talar or verandah, is the dominant feature of the palace and the slender columns, over 40m tall, which support it are cut from single chenar trees (platanus orientalis). The roof is...
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" AALIGHAPU "...

The royal palace of 'Ali Qapu dominates the south eastern side of the central square in Isfahan, formerly called the Meidan-e-Shah. Its name means "The High Gate" and its impressive entranceway was no...
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Walking & looking at the sights

Esfahan is a city for walking, getting lost in the bazaar, dozing in beautiful gardens and meeting people. walking by the zaiande River or visiting bazaar , sitting in the naghshe jahan square and...
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Ostandari Alley No.8, Esfahan, 8145657333, Iran
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Amadegah St. Chaharbagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran
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Blvd Mellat, Esfahan, 81736-9653, Iran
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Bazar, Esfahan, Isfahan, Iran
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Amadegah street, Chaharbagh Abasi street, Esfahan, Iran
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Chahar Bagh Ave., Esfahan, Iran
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Top Things to Do in Esfahan

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Vank Cathedral

This cathedral was built betwen 1648 and 1655. This is the heart of the armenian comunity in Iran. Scia Abbas moved the entire christian comunity from the city of Jolfa to this area which he renamed...
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Chehel Sotun

Although the name Chehel Sotoon means 40 Columns, in reality there are only 18 - and 18 more reflected in the pool. That's still only 36, but who's complaining? This palace is a liitle jewel,...
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33 Bridges Si-o-seh pol

The Si-o-se Pol (Persian: سی وسه پل, pronounced [siː oˈseh pol],[1] which means 33 Pol, literally 33 Bridge) or the Bridge of 33 Arches, also called...
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Jameh Mosque

The complex of this mosque can be considered a museum of islamic architecture though it is considered and used as a house of God. Visiting it it is possible to see how islamic architecture developed...
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Bazaar- e- Bozor

This is one of the oldest and biggest Bazar of all Iran. The corridors are connected by small domes opened at top so that the light can come in. Oldest areas of bazar, the ones near the mosque, are...
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Naqsh-e jah?n -Imam Square

Some guides say this is the second largest square of the world, just after Tienammen square in Beijing. According to wikipedia, there are some bigger ones. I don't know who is right and if there are...
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