"The brickworks of Nurieh Hospital"
"View of Shah Nematollah-e-Vali's Tomb"
"Shrine of Shaykh Ni'matallah, 17th century"
Mahan, traditional air ventilation Shrine of Shaykh Ni'matallah, 17th century. The great dome
and central portion of the sancturay were rebuilt under Shah Abbas, and this, cradle-vaulted
hall opens directly off the tomb chamber.
"Jabal-i Sang - Mountain of Stone"
Kerman, Jabal-i Sang. Meaning Mountain of Stone, this domed chamber is one of the
most majestic monuments of southern Iran and one of the most puzzling. Neither its date
nor use can be determined with certainty, but it probably dates from the late 12 century
and was possibly never finished.
"The remains of building at Shazdeh garden"
The public Bath, disused as such as converted to server as a museum. It is a most
interesting sight for visitors, known as the Hammam Gandjali Khan , named
after a former governor of the province. The principal doorway is adnored with
murals depicting animal scenes. The staggered entrace gives access to a first
chamber surrounded by six spacious apses. Close to a pool for first ablutions bathers
could undress and have a rest.
"An Old Water Reservior"
"Wind Towers of a house in the city"
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