Traditional Village of Abyaneh

Being a village of great antiquity, Abyaneh is like a living architectural and anthropological museum. It affords an impressive exponent of adaptation of man with his environment.It is located on the northwestern slope of Karkas Mountains, 20 kms away form Natanz.

Considering the evidence found in Abyaneh, it dates back to antiquity, but its golden age was during the Safavid period.

The village is expanded along the river, and its configuration indicates that the past people showed much consideration for security.

The language spoken by the people in Abyaneh is similar to the Parthian language.

Among the attractions of Abyaneh the Jam’e Mosque, Yarzaleh,Hajatgh Mosque, and Zeyaratgah are notable.

The other points of interest in Abyaneh are as follows:

Considering the evidence found in Abyaneh, it dates back to antiquity, but its golden age was during the Safavid period. The village is expanded along the river, and its configuration indicates that the past people showed much consideration for security. The language spoken by the people in Abyaneh is similar to the Parthian language. Among the attractions of Abyaneh the Jam’e Mosque, Yarzaleh,Hajatgh Mosque, and Zeyaratgah are notable. The other points of interest in Abyaneh are as follows:

Considering the evidence found in Abyaneh, it dates back to antiquity, but its golden age was during the Safavid period. The village is expanded along the river, and its configuration indicates that the past people showed much consideration for security. The language spoken by the people in Abyaneh is similar to the Parthian language. Among the attractions of Abyaneh the Jam’e Mosque, Yarzaleh,Hajatgh Mosque, and Zeyaratgah are notable. The other points of interest in Abyaneh are as follows:

Considering the evidence found in Abyaneh, it dates back to antiquity, but its golden age was during the Safavid period. The village is expanded along the river, and its configuration indicates that the past people showed much consideration for security. The language spoken by the people in Abyaneh is similar to the Parthian language. Among the attractions of Abyaneh the Jam’e Mosque, Yarzaleh,Hajatgh Mosque, and Zeyaratgah are notable. The other points of interest in Abyaneh are as follows:

Considering the evidence found in Abyaneh, it dates back to antiquity, but its golden age was during the Safavid period. The village is expanded along the river, and its configuration indicates that the past people showed much consideration for security. The language spoken by the people in Abyaneh is similar to the Parthian language. Among the attractions of Abyaneh the Jam’e Mosque, Yarzaleh,Hajatgh Mosque, and Zeyaratgah are notable. The other points of interest in Abyaneh are as follows:

The Castle of Haman, two houses of Dervishes dating back to Safavid era, and the remain of two fire-temples dating back to Sassanid epoch, built in an architectural style called Chahar Taqi (four-arch style).

Yarzaleh Mosque

Situated in one of the most ancient neighborhoods of Abyaneh, this mosque has an impressive sanctuary. The date carved on the front door indicates that the mosque dates back to 14th century

Hajat gah Mosque

Located beside Mt Sakhreh Kuh, this mosque dates back to the Safavid period. Its sanctuary has pillars of wood, on which some verses of the Koran have been iscibed.

Zeyaratgah

Zeyaratgah meaning Shrine, is a magnificently impressive monument, attracting a large number of visitors each year.There are flowerbeds, brooks, a pool and a large veranda opening onto the vivid green valley of Abyaneh, making Zeyaratgah a place worthwhile seeing.

source: irantravel.biz