Isfahan Jolfa district

To say the least, or better yet, there is almost no traveler to Isfahan and not to spend a day or even a few hours to Jolfa. Jolfa is the most sought-after place in Isfahan, after sightseeing in Isfahan, such as Naqsh-e Jahan Square, which can be rotated or raised around the square where one can walk on its bridges and listen to the pleasant Isfahan songs under the Khaju

Isfahan Vank Cathedral Church and Museum

Isfahan Tourist Attractions In the eleventh century AH, a number of Armenians residing in present-day Armenia were transferred to Isfahan and settled in a village southwest of Isfahan. The village was named Jolfa. The Safavid kings guaranteed religious liberties based on orders they issued and supported this Armenian minority. Among the inhabitants of Jolfa there were merchants and persons with technical knowledge of that time. With the help and assistance