Kerman is one of the seven major cities of Iran in the southeast of our vast country and with its dry and desert climate, rich history and of course hospitable and warm-hearted people, it is one of the The most visited tourism destinations in Iran have been known in recent years. If you have not traveled to Kerman yet, we suggest that you follow Alibaba Magazine until the end of this article to introduce you to the most important sights of Kerman.You should know that this beautiful city has so many tourist attractions and sights in its heart that you will experience a memorable trip with any age group and whatever taste you have and travel to it; A journey to the pleasantness of the lovely warmth of the desert and the memorable aroma and taste of cumin. So before booking a hotel and ticket to Kerman, it is better to know the sights of Kerman so that you can plan to visit the tourist attractions of Kerman with peace of mind.
What are the recreational places of Kerman?
Rock climbing in Simak waterfalls is an attractive pastime that the natives and travelers of Kerman experience. For those who love excitement, Search Ski is also a good suggestion.
What are the historical attractions of Kerman?
If you are looking for historical attractions of Kerman during your trip to this desert city, be sure to visit Bam Citadel, Gonbad Jabaliyeh, Ganjali Khan Complex, Ebrahim Khan Complex, Ardeshir Castle and Rhine Citadel .
What are the gardens of Kerman?
In the city of Kerman, you will find attractive and important gardens, some of which are historically old. Fatehabad Garden dates back to the Qajar period. Prince’s Garden and Mahan Garden are also among the sights of Kerman.
Historical Attractions of Kerman for History Lovers
Let’s start with the ancient monuments and valuable historical monuments of this region from our dear Iran.
1- Bam Citadel
Bam Citadel is the largest brick building in the world and is registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Unfortunately, this magnificent building was severely damaged by the Bam earthquake in 2003; So much so that UNESCO put it on the World Heritage List. About 15 years of uninterrupted reconstruction were able to significantly restore this amazing building and bring back many tourists to Bam to see it.
Bam Citadel is located in Bam, which is about 2 hours away from Kerman.
Bam Citadel of Kerman on Google Map
2- The dome of Jabaliya
Jabalieh dome is the only stone building in Kerman that became the stone museum of this city. One of the points that makes this place of interest in Kerman more attractive is its relatively unknown history; Some consider this building to be related to the pre-Islamic period in Iran. The fire temple or tomb of one of the Zoroastrian elders, including the “Gabri” buildings, has been renamed “Jabaliya” over time. According to another theory, it dates back to the Seljuk period, which is very weak.
Another noteworthy point is that the architecture of the dome of Jabaliya is not similar to the traditional buildings of the fire temple and some historical evidence shows that camel milk was used instead of water. This historical dome is located in the east of Kerman city and at the intersection of Shohada Street and Ghaem Boulevard.
Kerman Jabalieh dome on Google Map
3- Ganjali Khan Collection
Ganjali Khan Complex is located in the center of Kerman and close to the Grand Bazaar and includes the square, Ganjali Khan Bath (Anthropology Museum) on the south side, Ganjali Khan Mint on the north side, Ganjali Khan Caravanserai and school on the east side, water Anbar is located on the west side and Ganjali Khan Bazaar is located on three sides of the square.
Ganjali Khan collection in Isfahani style in the Safavid era was built by order of Ganjali Khan, one of the rulers of Kerman during the reign of Shah Abbas.
Ganjali Khan Kerman collection on Google Map
4- Ganjali Khan Mint
Ganjali Khan Mint, also known as the Mint Museum or Coin Museum of Kerman, as mentioned earlier, is located in the north-southern part of the coppersmith market, facing the Ganjali Khan Bath.
The mint is rectangular in shape, consisting of a large dome and four small arches around it. Above its main dome, there is a pergola mansion, the unique architecture of which has turned the mint museum into a skylight.
Currently, more than 500 different coins from different historical periods of Iran, from the Parthian and Sassanid periods to the Qajar and Pahlavi eras, are on display in this museum, both traditionally and with the help of hammers and sledgehammers, and in modern minting. have became. Wax sculptures also teach you how to mint coins in different periods.
Ganjali Khan Mint of Kerman on Google Map
5- Ganjali Khan Bath
Ganjali Khan Bath is located right in front of the Mint. The first and, of course, the most characteristic feature of this spectacular place in Kerman is the entrance of this building; The simple blue bricks at the entrance to the bathroom are artistically decorated with marble, paintings, stucco, Mogharnas and calligraphy of Nasta’liq.
After crossing the entrance, you enter a corridor that is designed to block the view of the interior of the bathroom and its walls act as seabirds, then you enter the porch and then the main bathroom is a high and busy ceiling. The blue sound from the fountains and the patterned tiles are the first things that catch your eye. The dressing room is surrounded by rooms with a fountain in each.
Ganjali Khan Kerman bath on Google Map
6- Yakhodan Moayedi
Ypakhan Moayedi Kerman is the largest brick refrigerator in the world, which was built during the Safavid period and is currently located on Kamyab Street between Basij Square and Shahid Rajaei Street. You may be interested to know that the name of Moayedi is given to this refrigerator because the water of the Moayedi aqueduct passes under it.
The roof of this building is designed as a cone to minimize the amount of sunlight absorption. Also, high walls 20 meters high have been built around this large cone to keep the temperature of the refrigerator low by creating shade.
7- Girl Castle
Kerman Dokhtar Castle, also known as Gawashir Castle, Old Castle, Mountain Castle and Anahita Fire Temple, is one of the oldest castles in Iran, which was built in the center of ancient Kerman with clay and clay and is now perched on a high mountain. It is located in the east of Kerman city and near Ardeshir castle. It is interesting to know that this ancient castle is one of the mysterious buildings that has not been archeological yet.
The three-story semi-ruined building is located inside the castle. The main gate of Qala-e Dokhtar is in its west and there is a stairway in the distance that can be reached by a moving bridge.
Kerman Dokhtar Castle on Google Map
8- Ebrahim Khan Kerman Collection Ibrahim Khan Zahir al-Dawla was the just ruler of Kerman during the reign of Fath Ali Shah Qajar. He built a complex with an area of more than 4,000 square meters in this city to make people more prosperous. This collection includes different sections, which can be mentioned: school, bazaar, bathroom, water storage, mosque, etc.
Ebrahim Khan Kerman complex is one of the sights of Kerman, which is located around Ganjali Khan Square. The main parts of this collection were made at the same time and by the order of Ibrahim Khan; But Zahir al-Dawla’s children added parts of the collection in later years.
Many travelers of Kerman Ebrahim Kha collection N is considered one of the historical attractions of Kerman. One of the features of this collection is the use of decorations that were less considered in the architecture of that period. Qajar architects used seven-color brick tiles only to decorate a limited part of the building.
But A. This tile can be seen in the place of Ebrahim Khan Kerman collection. The natural elements that are engraved on the tiles increase the beauty of the building many times over. These elements, such as mountain partridge or emerald, live in Kerman and are known to the native people. Ibrahim Khan Collection Bazaar is still operating with the same user. Buy Kerman souvenirs and handicrafts from Qaisaria Zargari Bazaar.
Ebrahim Khan Kerman collection on Google Map
9- Arg Rhine
Rhine Citadel is located in the city of Rhine in the south of Kerman. This citadel is the third brick building in the world after Bam citadel and Morche Khort citadel, which was built in the Sassanid period in the Sassanid style.
The general architecture of the citadel is rectangular, surrounded by strong walls 10 meters long and has a tower in the four corners. The only entrance to the castle is on the east side of the citadel, which has a magnificent entrance above it. Inside the ruling castle, there are aristocratic and popular houses, a barn, a school and a fire temple.
Arg Kerman on Google Map
10- Kerman Lawyer Bath
Among the old baths of Iran, Vakil Bath is one of the most famous historical monuments and one of the sights of Kerman. What makes this bathroom famous for Iranians is the amazing tiles that can be seen in all its parts. This bath was built 40 years after the bath of the Ibrahim Khan complex; As a result of the competition between these two baths, the Kerman lawyer bath became more visually attractive and easier to use.
You will find the lawyer’s bathroom in Kerman near Taleghani Street. Vakil Kerman bath is built below ground level according to the rules of traditional Iranian baths. This plays an essential role in maintaining the heat of the bath and the principle of water supply.
Vakil Bathroom was designed with two main sections for bathing and changing room or changing room. People who travel to this city to see the sights of Kerman, will definitely visit the lawyer’s bath in their plan. This bathroom has no former use and is used as a museum, photo studio and teahouse.
In Hamam Vakil, you will hear a story about the history of the people of Kerman. Traditional bazaars and tiled mosques are located around Vakil Kerman baths, which are worth visiting.
Kerman lawyer bath on Google Map
Ardeshir, who had gone to Kerman to defeat Haftavad and destroy his power, won this battle by cunning. Others consider Ardeshir Castle to belong to Sassanid Ardeshir, who built it to defend Kerman. Ardeshir Castle dates back to the Parthian and Sassanid eras from the sights of Kerman.
One of the features of Ardeshir Castle is the materials used in its construction. This attraction of Kerman has brick walls that are made with a diameter of six meters or more. Many parts of the building of Ardeshir Castle have been destroyed. According to archaeologists, these two castles are divided into two parts.
The main and larger part of Ardeshir Castle in Kerman is built on the hills overlooking the city and the other part is built at a lower height. The second part of this castle is also known as the Fire Temple of Anahid. According to the tools found in Ardeshir Castle, this place is more valuable than military castles. Apparently, this castle was sometimes used for celebrations and rituals.
Ardeshir Castle in Kerman on Google Map
Recreation in the lush gardens of Kerman
Although Kerman seems to be a dry and desert region, its lush gardens will show you another picture of this city.
1- Prince Garden
Perhaps Prince’s Garden can be considered as one of the most important places of interest in Kerman, so if you have a one-day business trip to Kerman, it is better to set aside a few hours of your time to visit this amazing garden. It is really a pity to travel to Kerman and not see the Prince’s garden.
The garden of Prince Mahan dates back to the Qajar period; A rectangular garden with an area of more than 3 hectares, which welcomes you from the very beginning with its magnificent and unique entrance and differs from other Iranian gardens. Tall and lush trees, ponds, fountains and rocky streams that flow throughout the garden, give you a sense of life and freshness that the mountainous climate of this area is not unaffected by this beautiful feeling.
The Prince’s Garden, like most Iranian gardens, includes the middle mansion, except for a small part, the rest of the places are open to the public.
This garden is located about 2 km from Mahan city near Kerman city and at the foot of the mountain, which takes only 30 minutes to reach it from Kerman, and welcomes you every day from 9 am to 12:30 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm will be.
Prince Kerman Garden on Google Map
2- Fatahabad Garden
Fatahabad Garden, also known as Bigler Beigi Garden, is one of the most beautiful gardens in Iran; Although the garden had been abandoned for years, and unfortunately some of its trees had dried up for this reason, it was revived as beautifully as possible and returned to its heyday.
This garden was built during the Qajar period and its royal architecture is displayed in the middle mansion of the garden. I suggest you visit Fatahabad Garden at sunset because its amazing lighting multiplies the splendor of this garden. This garden is located 25 km from Kerman city in Ekhtiarabad city.
Fatehabad Garden of Kerman on Google Map
3- Harandi Garden
Kerman Harandi Garden, which is also known as Harandi Museum, has an interesting history; This garden was first built around 1290 AH by “Mohammad Reza Khan Adl Sultan”, who was one of the famous soldiers of Kerman in his time, as a recreational garden outside the city, which was named several years later by one of the famous merchants of Kerman named Abolghasem Harandi was sold.
About 40 years later, the garden was donated to the Ministry of Culture and Arts and became private property. Over time, this lush and clear garden has been transformed into various museums and for some time was also used as the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Kerman.
Harandi Garden is currently located on Ferdowsi Street in this city and its ground floor is dedicated to the Museum of Traditional Instruments and the first floor of this garden is dedicated to the Archaeological Museum.
Harandi Garden of Kerman on Google Map
Marketing and shopping therapy in Kerman
If you are a marketer and traveler in the passage and bazaar, do not miss the historical markets of Kerman.
1- Kerman Grand Bazaar
Kerman Grand Bazaar, also known as Kerman National Bazaar or Vakil Bazaar, is the second oldest bazaar in Iran after Tabriz Bazaar, which starts from Arg Square and reaches Mushtaqieh Square with a distance of about 1.5 km; A unique historical tour in the middle of Kerman in the eighth century AH, thanks to which you can get to know more about the people as well as the souvenirs of Kerman, especially cumin, which accompanies you from the beginning to the end of its fragrance market.
Do not miss the goldsmith order of the big bazaar and also the coppersmith bazaar in Ganjali Khan complex. If you have more time, you can freshen up in the Vakil Bath, which has been turned into a teahouse, or visit the Ganjali Khan Bath, which is an anthropological museum. Note that all museums in Iran are closed on Mondays and Ganjali Khan Museum is no exception to this rule.
Kerman Grand Bazaar on Google Map
2- Goldsmith market
The jewelry market itself is one of the largest markets in Kerman, which is perpendicular to the financial hat market. This bazaar is also known as Ibrahim Khan or Qaisaria Bazaar, which houses Ibrahim Khan School, Ibrahim Khan Bath, Ebrahim Khan Water Depot and one of the doors of Mir Hossein Caravanserai. There are about 50 stores in the jewelry market, most of which are related to gold. This old market is characterized by strong wooden doors that are built to protect it. This bazaar is part of the Ibrahim Khan complex.
Kerman jewelry market on Google Map
3- Copper market
Copper Bazaar, one of the most important and attractive sights of Kerman, is also part of Ganjali Khan complex. It is interesting to know that the coppersmith in Kerman is 6,000 years old. The ancient Kermanis were one of the first people to melt copper in the kiln, and the art of engraving in the style of a work surface has been practiced in this area since 5,000 years ago; In this style, there is no depression on the surface of the copper vessels, but the artist draws a line on it according to his desired design with a pen. In this market, you can see the handicrafts of Kermani artists on copper and prepare valuable souvenirs.
The coppersmith bazaar consists of two parts, east-west and north-south. It starts and ends at the four corners.
Kerman Copper Market on Google Map
4- Sardar Kerman Bazaar
In the list of Kerman sights, there are several options for marketing. Sardar Kerman Bazaar is one of the most famous markets in this city. This bazaar, like many historical attractions of Kerman, dates back to the Qajar period. Sardar Bazaar has three rows, all of which reach the historic Sardar Caravanserai.
The pulse of Kerman’s economy was in the hands of Sardar Bazaar for a certain period of time during the Qajar period. Coming groups to Kerman, they stayed overnight in Sardar Caravanserai and started buying and selling in the city at the beginning of the day.
This market continues to operate. If you want to buy quality clothes or fabrics from the art of the people of Kermani, be sure to visit Sardar Bazaar. What makes this market important among the historical monuments of our country is its types of tiles.
Architects have used various designs for tiling in the construction of this market building; So that each of the domes of Sardar Bazaar has a special plan of tiling. In a fire that broke out in this market in the 1950s, parts of Sardar’s house were damaged. Fortunately, in recent years, with major repairs, these damages have been reconstructed to a great extent.
Sardar Kerman Bazaar on Google Map
5- Optional market
The most important feature of Kerman Optional Market is its antiquity. Optionally, it is considered to be the oldest market of Kerman; Perhaps for this reason, travelers among the sights of Kerman are very interested in visiting the optional market. This traditional bazaar was built during the reign of the Timurid kings.
The optional market has a smaller width than other markets in Kerman. Due to the small size of this market, it becomes a little difficult for travelers on weekends and holidays. The optional bazaar connects Vakil and Ganjali Khan bazaars.
The Chehelston Mosque was built near the Optional Bazaar so that people and businesses could use the spiritual space to bless their property. It is located a short distance from the optional market of Golshan Caravanserai. This caravanserai was a safe place for traders who went to Kerman with their goods and property. You can find a lawyer’s bathroom at the end of the optional market. Sardar Bazaar is also built near this bazaar.
Kerman Optional Market on Google Map
Kerman Citadel Bazaar
Arg Bazaar in the western part is the main market of Kerman. This market has been built in two main parts: Naqarkhaneh market and Seraji market. Naqarkhaneh Bazaar starts from Arg Kerman Square and extends to Seraji Bazaar. The name of this market is taken from the rooms that are located above the market. As the sun set, people would go to these rooms and announce the end of the citadel market with a bell. Arg Bazaar is one of the best places of interest in Kerman. You will need a lot of time to visit different parts of it.
Seraji Bazaar is located between Naqarkhaneh Bazaar and Chahar Souk. Kerman Citadel Bazaar still retains its use and is open every day from 9 am to 9 pm. Arg Bazaar, along with other bazaars in Kerman, form a large complex; As far as it is known as the longest market in Iran.
The markets of this city are one of the most important historical attractions of Kerman. In these markets, various goods such as Kerman handicrafts, fabrics, clothes and all kinds of clothing, spices, copper utensils, watches, jewelry and… are sold. The different architecture of these markets shows their construction in different periods.
Kerman Citadel Bazaar on Google Map
Pilgrimage in Kerman and peace of mind
In this historic city, you can go on pilgrimage to both tour and pilgrimage.
1- Malek Mosque
Malek Kerman Mosque, also known as Imam Mosque, is located on Imam Khomeini Street in this city and is the largest and oldest mosque in Kerman. This mosque is about a thousand years old and was built in the style of four porches during the Seljuk period.
The Seljuk brick tower, three plastered altars and a covered aqueduct whose water passes through the mosque are among the unique features of the mosque.
Malek Kerman Mosque on Google Map
2- Kerman Fire Temple
Zoroastrian fire temple of Kerman is located in Shohada Street, Borzoo Amighi Street of this city. This fire temple was the last Zoroastrian shrine in the province, which was built during the reign of Reza Khan in a private house named “Jahangir Ashidari”, and now its lush garden remains around the fire temple.
Kerman Fire Temple on Google Map
3- Grand Mosque
The Kerman Grand Mosque, also known as the Mozaffari Mosque, is located near Shohada Square, on Shariati Street, between Ghadmagah and Mozaffari Bazaars, and was built in the four-porch style during the time of Al-Mozaffari. The tall and magnificent eastern entrance and the tiled mosaic altar are among the most characteristic and famous parts of this spectacular place of Kerman.
Kerman Grand Mosque on Google Map
4- Tomb of Shah Nematullah Vali
The tomb of Shah Nematullah Vali is located in the city of Mahan near the city of Kerman. Over time, this building has expanded so that now more than 3,000 square meters have been allocated to the foundation of this tomb.
5- Moshtaqieh Tomb (Mushtaqieh Dome)
Another sight of Kerman is the tomb of Moshtaghieh, which is also known as the Three Domes. In the tomb of Mushtaqiyah, he placed the tombs of mystics and Sufis who had dedicated their lives to knowing themselves and God. If you are looking for one of the sights of Kerman that has a spiritual atmosphere, choose the dome of Mushtaqieh.
Mushtaqiyah has three domes, two of which are tiled. Mushtaq Alisha was the first to be buried in this complex. He was one of the high-ranking Sufis in Kerman who had many followers. Kowsar Alisha Hamedani left for Kerman after a long journey from Hamedan to Tabriz with the Qajar Crown Prince Abbas Mirza; But in the end, due to his illness, he chose Kerman as his eternal home. Tiled domes belong to these two Sufis.
Sheikh Ismail Herati was one of the prominent clergymen who lived on the means of subsistence. After the death of this precious mystic, he was buried in the tomb of Mushtaqiyah to be with his comrades. The third dome of this tomb belongs to the tomb of Sheikh Ismail, which has been left without tiles as a sign of spiritual richness and poverty of his life. The tomb of Moshtaqieh was built outside the city of Kerman, but now that the city is larger than the left and right, it has embraced this tomb as well.
Tomb of Desire on Google Map
Kerman natural attractions and nature tourism
Kerman also has a pristine nature that has beautified this region from another perspective.
1- Meymand rock village
Meymand Kerman rock village is one of the most beautiful villages in Iran. Another rock village in Iran is like Kandovan village, which is located 30 km northeast of Babak city near Sirjan and Rafsanjan.
The characteristics that distinguish Meymand Kerman from other even foreign examples such as the village of Cappadocia in Turkey are that despite being several thousand years old (8 to 12 thousand years) and its remarkable value in terms of history and cultural heritage, indigenous peoples are still in this They live in villages; People whose ancestors during the Parthian period (second and third centuries AD) chose this area for monogamy and dug and built their houses in the heart of the mountain by hand.
It is interesting to know that the people of this village still have their ancient dialect and customs and for this reason, Meymand village of Kerman has been able to win the seventh Mercury award in the world.
Meymand Kerman rock village on Google Map
2- Kashit waterfall
For those who like nature among the sights of Kerman more than anything, visiting Kashit waterfall will be one of the best travel plans. This attractive waterfall is located in the heart of Kerman deserts; This makes it even more attractive! To visit Keshit waterfall, you must be 170 km away from Kerman city.
Part of the road on the way to the ship is dirt; So make sure your vehicle is safe. Kashit waterfall flows between several valleys. The combination of this waterfall, climate and surrounding valleys has caused the growth of moss and ferns, which creates a green environment among the deserts of Kerman.
Kashit waterfall builds a deep lake with an area of 600 square meters. As you set foot in the valley next to the Kashit waterfall, you will see several small waterfalls that enhance the beauty of the environment. The existence of such a waterfall in one of the hottest areas of Iran has caused the local people to call this valley paradise.
To see this waterfall, you have to cross a completely deserted path; So be sure to get help from native guides. Due to the location of Keshit waterfall, the best time to visit it is the mild spring days. It is better not to watch Kashit waterfall at night; It may be difficult for you to withstand the extreme cold.
Kerman waterfall on Google Map
3- Loot desert clots
On the sides of the Lut desert, severe erosions have created natural structures called clots. At sunrise and sunset, the best times to visit these scenic areas of Kerman are because the dance of colorful sunlight on the heights of the desert fascinates you. Also, since the hottest spot in the world is in the heart of the Lut Desert, these times are much more suitable for visiting the clods and also protect you from the risk of overheating.
Loot of Kerman Loot desert on Google Map
4- Rageh Valley
Rageh valley of Kerman is located in the southeast of Rafsanjan and like Kal Jani in Tabas and Yazd deserts, it is a valley with eroded, high and scary walls with water flow in the middle of it and it is an adventure. At first glance, it may seem that the designs and designs created on them were done by human hands, but in fact, it was the artist of nature who eroded and painted the huge walls of the valley as beautifully as possible.
The scary and mysterious appearance, as well as the sudden and palpable climate change in the heart of the desert and its scorching heat inside the valley, has a spring and pleasant climate, has caused the natives to follow the fairy tales to the Rageh valley of Kerman. To kill.
It is interesting to know that Rageh Valley is the third natural geopark in Iran, which is about 20 km long.
Rage Valley of Kerman on Google Map
5- Ayub Cave
Ayub Cave of Kerman is located in Ayub Mountain in the south of Dehj city in the northwest of Kerman. This complex includes Ayub Cave and Shrine, which is located at an altitude of 2700 meters from this mountain, 3300 meters, and its opening is one of the largest cave openings in Iran, which is 50 meters.
Ayub Kerman Cave on Google Map
6- Pardisan Ghaem forest
The largest man-made forest in Iran is built in Kerman. Pardisan Ghaem Forest was built by Dr. Muzaffar Baqaei in the mountains of Sahib al-Zaman to protect the environment of this region. Pardisan Ghaem forest is one of the natural sights of Kerman. About 500,000 trees of various types have been planted in this forest; Cypress, elm and pine are among these trees.
This forest has various facilities for recreational travel with family and friends. Experience the thrill of motorcycling, cycling or karting. To serve one of the traditional dishes of Kerman, visit Pardisan Ghaem Restaurant and Coffee Shop in Ghaem, one of the attractions of Kerman. Ride on exciting playground equipment in the amusement park of this artificial forest. Pardisan Ghaem artificial waterfall improves the atmosphere of this forest better than before.
The mountains around Pardisan Ghaem forest are a good place to experience mountaineering at the beginner level. On group trips to Kerman, be sure to go to Pardisan Ghaem Paintball and enjoy shooting with colored balls. Golzar Shohada and Seyed Hossein Shrine are located near this forest. If you enjoy watching the sights of Kerman, be sure to visit them.
Pardisan Ghaem Kerman forest on Google Map
7- Search ski slope
One of the largest ski slopes has been built in Kerman. Sirch ski slope is one of the most exciting sights of Kerman, which is located on Sirch road. One of the reasons for the importance of the search ski slope is its uniqueness; In the southeast of the country, only this place functions as a snow ski slope.
You can go to this ski slope all year round. Search Ski Resort is the only ski resort built right next to the desert; For this reason, nature lovers are very interested in it. Search track is located on the peak of Jaftan, which is close to Gandum Briyan mound. The temperature of this mound even exceeds 70 degrees Celsius on some days.
To visit the search ski slope, be sure to have enough tools and equipment. Jackets, gloves, anti-moisture pants, helmets and appropriate shoes are the most important of these equipments. Carrying unnecessary equipment will make it harder for you to walk around the ski slope.
You do not need to pay to enter this track; Of course, some of the facilities and services provided on the track are not free. You will need at least two to three hours to visit this piste and experience snow skiing.
Search Kerman ski slope on Google Map
And finally, along with all the sights of Kerman, visit the culture of this city.
Kerman Museum of Contemporary Industrial Arts
If you are interested in art and viewing works of art, do not miss visiting the Museum of Contemporary Industrial Arts in Kerman. The name of this museum is taken from the name of the father of Iranian sculpture, Ali Akbar Sanatizadeh. Haj Ali Akbar Sanati was one of the benefactors of Kerman who dedicated a large amount of property to raising orphaned children.
He used to get ID cards for children without identification documents in his own name. If as a child you saw a talent and interest in a particular subject, he would not hesitate to support him. The father of Iranian sculpture was one of the children of this orphanage who, with the support of Khair Kermani, was able to study under the best teachers of art.
Most of the works of art in this museum from the sights of Kerman belong to Master Sanati Zadeh. Of course, by touring different sections of this museum, you will also get acquainted with the works of contemporary Iranian and foreign artists. Paintings by Sohrab Sepehri and Kamal al-Molk are hung on the walls of the Kerman Museum of Contemporary Industrial Arts.
The “Out Rodin” sculptures in this museum have a special charm. Undoubtedly, you enjoy watching the miniatures of Arjangi in a building from the Qajar and Pahlavi eras. Kerman Museum of Contemporary Industrial Arts welcomes artists and those interested in viewing works of art every day from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Kerman Museum of Contemporary Industrial Arts on Google Map
Kerman restaurants and coffee shops
Traditional foods and dishes that are cooked in the city of Kerman and with a combination of various local spices is another attraction of this lovely city that we suggest you do not miss. It is interesting to know that the cost of traditional food in Kerman is lower than in Tehran and most other large cities in Iran.
If you want to get a little away from the traditional atmosphere, the coffee shops in the city center, which often cater to the youth and students of Kerman, can offer unique coffees that still have traces of Kermani native flavor in their taste.
The best time to travel to Kerman
Since Kerman has a warm climate and its southern regions, such as Bam, are warmer, the best time to visit this city is autumn until the first months of spring.