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Introducing some of the most famous attractions of Urmia

Urmia Formerly known as Rezaieh, has followers of different religions in its heart It has taken place and has become a full-fledged arena for showing the unity of Iranians. The history, art and culture of the people of this land have made it a model city in the field of tourism; Due to the above, the city hosts thousands of domestic and foreign tourists every year; Tourists who move to the northwest of the country with great taste and interest and watch the most famous attractions of Urmia. With us in the article famous sights of Urmia Join us to introduce you to some of the top tourist attractions in Urmia.

In Imam Street, in the middle of Amir Nazmi Alley, a school from the Qajar era is remembered, which now, due to its unique historical antiquity and architecture, attracts tourism enthusiasts. Hedayat School In the past, it was used as a luxurious house for one of the elders of the Qajar tribe, but in 1347 AH, it was changed by its new owner. It was used as a school in the city. Unfortunately, due to the destruction of a historical inscription used on the school wall, the exact date of construction of the building is not known, but what was certain is that this building was built at the beginning of the Qajar rule.

Although this place is one of the most famous attractions of Urmia, it is eye-catching and valuable, but the southern side of its courtyard is more valuable due to its unique architecture. The presence of brick walls around the courtyard, which has a rectangular shape, has given this part a significant polish. Imagine this next to the turquoise glazed brick facades to understand the peak of the beauty of the decorations. The same index and factors caused that on January 6, 1996, the Cultural Heritage Organization of the country included this work in the list of national works of Iran and introduced it to everyone with the number 1831.

Urmia Bazaar We can introduce the beating heart of the city, because people in this market at all hours of the day in They are striving and flowing life in the veins of this market. What makes the architecture of this famous landmark of Urmia stand out is not only the antiquity of the building. According to simple architecture experts, this market with its arches, domes and beautiful springs attracts every viewer. The surprise is completed when you see Timchehs, baths, palaces and mosques in other parts of the market. This case was one of the top tourist attractions of Urmia, which was the place of income of blacksmiths, knife makers, seed sellers, carpet sellers, shoemakers, crystal sellers, perfumers and goldsmiths, and was registered as a national monument of Iran in 1983 AH.

A neighborhood called Doquz Pele is located, due to its characteristics, has become one of the famous sights of Urmia. In the beautiful and deep-rooted language, Azari Doquz is known as a staircase, and for this reason, in some Persian writings, this building is also called a nine-step refrigerator; The building is reminiscent of the Qajar period and was known as a store of food as well as water and ice, and was responsible for this for a long time. In the history of this building, it was said that in addition to the hot summer days, people also went to this building on Wednesday nights in Syria and gathered around the pool that was near the refrigerator, and spent this night in the morning.

After many years and with extensive progress in the field of urbanization, the most famous attractions of Urmia were unused and became one of the historical attractions of this city; An attraction that was able to earn the title of glass house and attract those interested in historical roots.

22 Bahman School of Urmia Due to its special architecture as well as its antiquity, it has been extremely important for experts as well as cultural heritage. The same level of importance caused it to be nationally registered in 1979 and on March 28th. From that time until today, more than a thousand people annually visit the famous sights of Urmia, walk in different parts and enjoy the architectural effects of our country.

Sargiz Church which is one of the religious attractions It is a minority of this city, it is located at the foot of Garlic Mountain. Armenians and Christians living in Urmia went to this church during their religious occasions to perform their religious rites. This church, which is said to have survived from the time of Khosrow Parviz and belonged to his Christian wife, Shirin, is made entirely of stone. You can see the stone walls and ceilings of this building; Stones that are placed next to each other with irregular cuts and have given a special glory to the building. According to historians and architects, this case is one of the top tourist attractions of Urmia has a considerable strength and this strength caused this building to remain strong and stable during all these years.

Dushabchi Khana Bazaar, located in the square of Urmia province, is of considerable antiquity. During the Safavid rule, the cornerstone of this bazaar was laid, and since then, about 70 shops located on both sides of the bazaar have been trying to provide for the needs of the people. This bazaar and this neighborhood have been the place of preparation, production and distribution of products related to Dushab since ancient times, and for this reason, they have given it this name. In Azeri language, the juice is called Dushab. This market is the place of distribution and production of grape juice and related products and currently continues to do the same activities. The architecture of this market is remarkable for everyone due to its corridors. Due to the efforts of tourism enthusiasts, this attraction was registered as a national heritage and is displayed in this list with the number 31369.

Berduk Castle , which consists of three main parts, is located on a mountain slope. These parts include the castle, the mosque and the tomb. The mosque of this castle is located opposite the main and large castle and the tomb is located on the south side of the compound. Apart from these three parts, there is also a part which is actually the entrance gate of the castle. Under the arch of this gate, there is an inscription on two marble stones that talk about the castle and its antiquity. Many researchers visited this building and during their research came to the conclusion that quadrangular stones, sand and lime were the main building materials.

They believe that there were several other sections in the center of the castle that were destroyed over time, and only one section, which was supposed to be a water reservoir, remained intact. To reach the castle, you have to climb a steep slope to reach the middle of the mountain and enter this historical attraction. Although the path is difficult, the sweetness of visiting it eliminates this difficulty.

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