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Carpet makers at work

peek into the ongoing traditional production of carpets in this hot environment and get an idea of... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2016
kmarko
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
Carpet makers at work

As far as I understand, these caves were excavated by the followers of the Zoroastrian religion... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2014
travelling4ever
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Oz
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28 May 2016
“Carpet makers at work”
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“700 year old workshops; Rugs and Cloaks”
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Isfahan Province, Nain 00, Iran
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Reviewed 29 May 2016

peek into the ongoing traditional production of carpets in this hot environment and get an idea of how hard this work can be.

Thank kmarko
Reviewed 27 December 2015

n Muhammadieh, a precinct of Na'in, there are some man-made caves. Locals call them sardab and Abu bafi. Evidences show that they were dug by the Zoroastrian inhabitants who used to live there because the cave entrances open to the east where the sun rises....More

2  Thank AryanaToronto
Reviewed 25 May 2014

As far as I understand, these caves were excavated by the followers of the Zoroastrian religion ( the religion is based on the teachings of the prophet and Iranian reformer Zoroaster) who used to live there. The entrances to the caves are open to the...More

4  Thank travelling4ever
Reviewed 23 April 2014

There is not much to visit in Nain anyway. These manmade caves are at least a nice break from the mosques and parks. The one on the right hand side (while you face the caves) is manned by an old man. He will go out...More

2  Thank LL780
Reviewed 22 September 2013

The interesting part is definetely that these caves are still in use, but otherwise the significance is somewhat overestimated. It is not far from the underground water mill and can easily be covered on the same 1-1½ hour tour.

1  Thank SebaekOfCPH
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