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In the south-eastern part of Iran, tourists can visit Kerman that is the capital of the province with the same name. This city is situated in the middle of a sand valley with mountains on the north and east. Kerman has always been more popular with tourists than many other Iranian cities. Foreigners were visiting this settlement in order to admire centuries-old landmarks that reminded of the past events. Moreover, Kerman is not only a popular tourist destination but also a famous carpet weaving center. Local craftsmen can create true masterpieces. Historical records tell us the story of Kerman. According to these documents, Ardashir I founded this town in the 3rd century. At that time, the settlement had another name - Veh-Ardashir. Initially, this was a fortress with the main mission of protecting the region from invaders. The Abbasid dynasty established its authority over the region in the 40s of the 7th century. They quickly forced local people to adopt Islam. The Buyid dynasty changed them in the tenth century and remained the rulers of the region until the end of the century. The Buyid control fell when Mahmud of Ghanzi and his army captured the Iranian land. Soon after that, the city’s name was changed to Kerman. The Safavid dynasty started redeveloping the city that was in bad condition at that time. New buildings started quickly appearing in Kerman, and old buildings were thoroughly restored. The city was also growing in size. Agha Mohammad Khan from the … Read further

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Tourists, who have never visited this city before, usually come to see the Ganjali Khan Complex first. This is an ancient bath complex that dates back to the 15th century. This is when Ganj Ali Khan started building bathhouses in many Iranian cities. Why is this bathhouse so popular? You need to visit this stunning complex and you will see that it is hard to find a more attractive architectural landmark and an art … Open

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