jolfa

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  • Jolfa Nightlife

    Jolfa Nightlife

    When it comes to Jolfa Nightlife, we can strongly say that the fun begins right after the sun sets in Jolfa; just go there and flow with young people or art students and the rest is up to you. Whether it's your first or fourth time visiting Jolfa, there's no shortage of things to do for you! There are many coffee shops and restaurants for eating and drinking. Just hang around with young locals and have some nice coffee around the corners and buy traditional Armenian handcrafts.

  • Jolf quarter combination of old and modern architecture

    Jolf quarter combination of old and modern architecture

    The New Julfa quarter in which Vank Cathedral and other Armenian churches are situated is very different from any other place in Isfahan; it is established in 1606 by Shah Abbas I and worth being visited.

  • Isfahan French School; safe haven for war-torn French and Spanish children

    Isfahan French School; safe haven for war-torn French and Spanish children

    The French school (Catholics) which was called the primary school of “Setareh Sobh” established in Chaharbagh Avenue in Isfahan in 1281 SH during the last 2 decades of Qajar dynasty by French Catholic Christians; the school which is now located in Sangtarashha neighborhood was directed by “Perodomot”.

  • Khaje Petros house an imitation of Ali Qapu palace

    Khaje Petros house an imitation of Ali Qapu palace

    One of the most beautiful houses in the Jolfa square in Isfahan is Khaje Petros house. This house, that is located near the Hakim Nezami intersection, was built by Khaje Petros Valijanian. He was a wealthy and famous merchant in Jolfa who enjoyed a special respect from the Armenians.