pic
Capitals of the Persian Empire
trip length: 13 days
overnight:
Tehran (2) Hamadan (1) Kermanshah (1) Ahvaz (2) Shiraz (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
pic
Ancient and Islamic Iran
اtrip length: 11 days
overnight:
Tehran (1) Shiraz (3) Yazd (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
pic
Highlights of Ancient Iran
اtrip length: 10 days
overnight:
Tehran (1) Ahvaz (2) Shiraz (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
pic
Capitals of the Persian Empire
trip length: 13 days
overnight:
Tehran (2) Hamadan (1) Kermanshah (1) Ahvaz (2) Shiraz (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
pic
Ancient and Islamic Iran
اtrip length: 11 days
overnight:
Tehran (1) Shiraz (3) Yazd (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
pic
Highlights of Ancient Iran
trip length: 10 days
overnight:
Tehran (1) Ahvaz (2) Shiraz (2) Isfahan (3) Tehran (1)
facebook-contact-Where-Is-Iran          facebook-contact-Where-Is-Iran                  

Esfahan Geography and History - Iran

Geographical Position, Esfahan Province-Iran

The province of Esfahan covers an area of approximately 107,027 square kilometers and is situated in the center of Iran. To its north, stand the Markazi (Central) Province and the provinces of Qom and Semnan. In the south, it is within the limits of the provinces of Fars, Kohkiluyeh and Booyer Ahmad. Eastwards, it is in the neighborhood of the provinces of Khorassan and Yazd. Whereas, in the west it has common borders with the provinces of Lurestan and Chahar Mahal and Bakhtiyari.
The city of Esfahan is the provincial capital; and the townships of this province are as follows: Aran, Bidgol, Ardestan, Esfahan, Barkhovar and Meymeh, Khomeini Shahr, Khansar, Semirom, Shahr-e-Hana, Faridan, Fereidune Shahr, Falavarjan, Kashan, Golpayegan, Lanjan, Mobarakeh, Naein, Najaf Abad, Shahreza and Natanz. According to the census in the year 1996, the population of the province rated at 3.9 million, of which approximately 74.3 % were urban dwellers and 25.7 % resided in the rural areas.

Climate, Esfahan-Iran

The province of Esfahan experiences a moderate and dry climate on the whole, ranging between 40.6° C (being the maximum on a hot summers day), and the minimum being 10.6° C on a cold day in the winter season. The average annual temperature has been recorded as 16.7° C. and the annual rainfall on an average has been reported as 116.9 millimeters. The city of Esfahan experiences an excellent climate, with four distinct seasons that are apparent.

History and Culture, Esfahan-Iran

Historians have come to record Espahan, Sepahan or Esfahan as a defense and military base. The security and protection of which was guaranteed by the increase of the number of castles, thereby, promoting the protection of the residents of the cities. These historical castles are Atashgah, Sarooyieh, Tabarok, Kohan Dej, Gard Dej etc. to name a few. The plain of Esfahan which is situated amidst the wilderness and the arid hills of central Iran from one side, and the importance of its position in relation to the extensive central plateau of the country, plays a vital part in its connection with the historical and archaic past of Iran. Esfahan province encompasses various sects. The majority of the people in the province are Fars, but Bakhtiaris, Armenians, Hebrews and to a certain extent Azari or Turks are also residents of this province. The official language of the province is Farsi or the Persian, though the minorities abide by their own language such as Hebrew, Turkish or Lori. Esfahan province is noted for its reputed personalities such as writers, poets and other imminent figures who have been born and brought up or have lived in this territory.

Tehran-Province-Iran
Zayandeh-Rood-River-Banks-Esfahan-Iran
Sheikh-Lotf-Ol-lah-Mosque-Esfahan-Iran
Ornaments-of-Chehel-Sotune-Palace-Esfahan-Iran
   
Skip Navigation Links.
Collapse Home-Where-Is-IranHome-Where-Is-Iran
Home-Where-Is-Iran
Persian Gulf
Where Is Iran-SiteMap
Collapse Iran Tour PackagesIran Tour Packages
Capitals of the Persian Empire
Ancient and Islamic Iran Tour
Highlights of Ancient Iran Tour
World Heritage in Iran Tour
Royal Persia Tour
Islamic Arts of Iran Tour
NORTH WESTERN IRAN Tou
Collapse Province-Township of IranProvince-Township of Iran
Tehran-Iran
Esfahan-Iran
Fars-Iran
West Azarbayjan
Kerman
Collapse Iran-Photo-GalleryIran-Photo-Gallery
Iran Nature Photos
Iran Nature Photos-2
Collapse Iran-MapsIran-Maps
Iran Maps
Collapse Iran-At-GlanceIran-At-Glance
Iran At Glance
Iran Geography and Nature
History of Iran
Iran Population
Iran Religion and Culture
Collapse Iran-CeremonyIran-Ceremony
Nowruz In Iran
Chaharshanbe suri, Iran
Sizdah BeDar, Iran
Collapse FAQ about IranFAQ about Iran
difference between Persia-Iran
Collapse History of Iran TimelineHistory of Iran Timeline
History-of-Iran-Timeline
Ilam, Iran History
Median, Iran History
Hakhamaneshian-Iran History
Seleucids, Iran History
Parthians, Iran History
Sassanids, Iran History
Tahirids, Iran History
Samanids, Iran History
Ziyarids, Iran History
Buyids, Iran History
Ghaznavids, Iran History
Collapse Culture-Art-In-IranCulture-Art-In-Iran
Iran Culture Art
Fars Museums, Iran
Tehran Museums, Iran
Esfahan Museums, Iran
Kerman Museums, Iran
Mazandaran Handicraft, Iran
West-Azarbayjan Museum, Iran
Hamadan Museums, Iran
Khuzestan Museums, Iran
Khorassan Museums, Iran
Hormozgan Ceremonies, Iran
Collapse Historical-Monuments-In-IranHistorical-Monuments-In-Iran
Iran Historical Monument
Fars Historical Places, Iran
Tehran Monuments, Iran
Esfahan Historical Places, Iran
Kerman Castles Citadels, Iran
Mazandaran Historical Bridges
West-Azarbayjan Castles, Iran
Hamadan Historical Tomb, Iran
Khuzestan Castles Forts, Iran
Khorassan Tombs, Iran
Hormozgan Castles, Iran
Yazd Monuments, Iran
Collapse Iran Natural AttractionsIran Natural Attractions
Iran Natural Attractions
Fars Gardens Places, Iran
Tehran Altitudes Summits, Iran
Esfahan Rivers, Iran
Kerman Plains Deserts, Iran
Mazandaran Forests, Iran
West-Azarbayjan Lakes, Iran
Hamadan Caves, Iran
Khuzestan Rivers, Iran
Khorassan Recreation Places
Hormozgan Islands, Iran
Yazd Desert Attractions, Iran
Collapse Iran Religious MonumentsIran Religious Monuments
Iran Religious Monuments
Fars Old Mosques, Iran
Tehran Old Mosques, Iran
Esfahan Old Mosques, Iran
Kerman Old Mosques, Iran
Mazandaran Imamzadehs, Iran
West-Azarbayjan Old Churches
Hamadan Imamzadehs, Iran
Khuzestan Imamzadehs, Iran
Khorassan Imamzadeh, Iran
Hormozgan Old Mosques, Iran
Yazd Old Mosques, Iran