Being located northeast of Isfahan's Ardestan, Zavareh is one of the ancient villages of Iran that dates back to the time before the rise of Islam.

Iran (IMNA) - The county is named after Zavareh, the brother of Rostam who was Iran's mythical hero. It homes historical monuments such as the minaret in Imam Hassan Mojtaba Mosque (Pa Minar Mosque), Sang Bast Castle and Zavareh Grand Mosque (the oldest four-porched mosque in the country with more than 700 years old).

The central part of the village displays muddy textures that enjoys original ancient Persian architecture. In addition to the mentioned masterpieces, the city also homes valuable buildings and monuments which are significant in terms of architecture and history:

Yahya Holy Shrine, a Bazaar , a seminary, a cisterm, Korsi Mosque, Grand Mosque, the historic building of Hasht Behesht mansion and the tomb of Seyyed Bahauddin Heidar, Nikouyeh Mosque, an old cellar, towers and barbicans.

Ardestan's salt desert is one of the natural attractions in Zavareh which is recognized as an intact region for traditional camel breeding. The desert also is home to unique salt, gold, and lead mines.

The county used to be called as “Madinat-ul-Sadat” since the fourth century AH, and many historians have reffered to “Zavareh” and its famous figures in their writings.

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