Bread is a staple food of billions of people for 30,000 years. There is archaeological evidence of flour from that time, which was likely processed into bread.

Iran (IMNA) - Bread has always been part of human history for ages. It plays a crucial role in Iranian's daily life as it represents a symbol of blessing.

Having the highest density of bakeries in Iran, Isfahan's Komshecheh is synonymous with the home of traditional breads. People line up and wait in long queues at bakeries for fresh-from-the-oven breads.

With a great passion for food, Isfahani people consume more bread than any other city in the country and they wouldn't be blamed as they have the most delicious bread from all over the country.

The recognition of the traditional Komshecheh's bread as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage would be a major step forward in making it well-known in global stages.

Smelling the aroma of freshly baked breads filling the Komshecheh's streets, you'll find bakers in roadside stalls stacking them into piles.

When you’re in Komsheche, you can find bakeries on almost every corner, and they are all perfection.

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