100% Satin Silk with hand rolled edge finish.
42″ x 72″.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of ESFAHAN and......
SMELL: The roses at the Hasht Behesht (Eight Paradises) garden and palace
TOUCH: The intricate inlaid wood work called Khatam
SHOP: Persian handicraft at Naghsh-e Jahan Square, one of the largest city squares in the world
VISIT: The Armenian Vank Cathedral, one of the first churches built in 1606
TASTE: Biryani at Azam
APPRECIATE: The magnificent tiled dome of the Sheikh Lutfallah Mosque
HEAR: Bakhtiari music from the provinces of Esfahan
REST: At the steps of Khaju Bridge leading into the river, a masterpiece of architecture
DRINK: An afternoon tea at the base of Siose Pol (Thirty Arches)
SLEEP: At the 300 year old caravansary, Shah Abbas Hotel
READ: The Blood of Flowers, set in 17th century Esfahan
WALK: Through the Chehel Sotoun (forty columns) palace and garden
SEE: The Aali Qapu Pavilion’s music room overlooking the main square
WATCH: The documentary Esfahan, Pearl of Iran
TAKE: Sowhan, a traditional saffron brittle toffee