Ardabil Grand Bazaar


Ardabil Grand Bazaar is a Safavid (1501–1736) market at the heart of the city. The bazaar consists of several sub-bazaars, markets, public bathes and...

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Ershadi House


Ershadi House is a Qajar era (1785-1925) structure in Ardabil. The house was originally a residential structure but became a school during the reign o...

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Haft Cheshmeh Bridge


Haft Cheshmeh (seven springs) or Dashkasan Bridge is a limestone and stucco Safavid (1501–1736) structure in Ardabil.  This bridge has seven arches an...

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Jom’eh Mosque


Jom’eh or Friday Mosque is a Seljuq era (1038-1118) structure that was a thriving mosque until the Safavid era (1501–1736). Archeologists have uncover...

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Mullah Hadi Bathhouse


Mullah Hadi Bathhouse is a Qajar era (1785-1925) structure. The bathhouse has a pillared red-brick entrance with a simple dome. The bath has an octago...

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Shahre Yeri


Shahreyeri (Shahr-e Yeri) is an ancient site located 65 kilometers outside of the city of Ardabil and 31 kilometers from the city of Meshgin Shahr nea...

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Shater Tower


Shater Tower also known as Shater Dome is an Ilkhanid (1256–1335) structure in Sowmaeh Village.  Located approximately 6 kilometers from the city of A...

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Sheikh Amin al-Din Jibrael Mausoleum


The mausoleum of Sheikh Amin-ad-din Jibrael is located 3 kilometers from Ardabil city in Kalkhuran Village. Sheikh Amin al-Din Jibrael was the father...

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Sheikh Heydar Mausoleum


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Sheikh Heydar Mausoleum belongs to the father of Safavid King Shah Esmail I (1487-1524). Sheikh Heydar was the Sufi master who led the Safaviyya order...

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Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble


Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili’s Ribat and Shrine is a 16th century religious complex that became the prototype for Ribats built by Sufis in later years....

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Virgin Mary Church


The Virgin Mary Church if Ardabil was once where the Armenian inhabitants of the city worshiped. The exact age of the church is not known but the date...

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