Isfahan Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, or Isfahan Imam Square, is one of Iran’s most beautiful and historic fields.

This square is rectangular with a length of 507 meters and a width of 158 meters in the downtown of Isfahan.

The Naghsh-e- Jahan Square was recorded on February 13, 1313, in the national monuments list of Iran, and in May 1979, it was one of the first works of Iran History that were registered as the World Heritage site of UNESCO. The Naghsh-e- Jahan Square, which after the Islamic Revolution was called Imam Square, the official name of the square, has linked four distinct monuments, the best Iran Tourism Attractions such as the chain:

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque of Isfahan, Sardar (entrance ) Qayseriyah and Isfahan Qaisariyah Market and the Supreme Palace of Qapu, besides these two hundred two-story buildings, are located around the square, which is generally the place of supply of handicrafts other reason for Travel to Iran in Isfahan.

The history of the field The Naghsh-e- Jahan Square

This square was established during the reign of Shah Abbas I and under his command at the site of the garden called The Naghsh-e- Jahan Square, which is said to be related to the rule of Salajeqah in Isfahan. On the four sides of the square, four elements of exquisite and valuable architecture the amazing Iran Tourism Attractions, including the Imam’s mosque in the south of the square, the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in the east, the Supreme Qapu Palace in the west and the head in Qaysiryah, north of the Shah’s command, were built that, all are the masterpiece, the unique and the unmatched in the world.


This field has been used for many different applications throughout its life.

These include political performance in terms of the establishment of the Royal Palace (ceremonial ceremonies, military parades, convicts, etc.)

Religious performance in terms of the establishment of two mosques (the implementation of ceremonies and religious ceremonies, the congregation of prayer when the people prayed over the capacity of the mosque Imam)

Commercial performance due to the presence of shops and placement in the market (the establishment of tents for buyers, crowds for shopping, etc.)

Fun performances Fireworks, polo games, snowshoeing, baking matches, national celebrations, national actor, puppetry, playwright).

Shah Mosque

The Masjid Shah, also known as Jame Mosque, Soltani Mosque, and Imam Mosque, is one of the mosques of Naghsh-e-Jahan  Square in Isfahan, along the Iran Tour which was built during the Safavid period and is one of the most important buildings of Islamic architecture in Iran. This building is an immortal masterpiece of architecture, tilework of Iran History in the eleventh century AH. The mosque was registered on December 15, 1310, with the registration number 107 as one of the national works of Iran.

The construction of the Abbasid mosque on the southern side of the Square of the Naghsh-e- Jahan in 1020 AH. was commissioned by Shah Abbas I and in the twenty-fourth year of his reign.

In order to decorate the square, in 1025 AH and while they were still building other parts of the mosque, they finished the exquisite mosaic, which is one of the most beautiful Iran Attractions.

This mosque is an immortal masterpiece of Iranian architecture and decoration in the 11th century AH.

The last dates recorded in the mosque, are about 1077 AH, the last year of the reign of Shah Abbas II and 1078 AH, the first year of the reign of Shah Suleiman, and also 1095 AH.

And it turns out that the completion of the mosque’s decorations and extensions has taken place during the successors of Shah Abbas I.