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Kashan Geographical features Kashan, with a population of about five hundred thousand people and hot, dry climate is located in the central part of Iran.
Historical features Kashan has been hometown of different races for thousand of years. The historical antiquity of Kashan is connected with one of the oldest centers where man has lived (i.e, Sialk Hills).
Cultural feature Kashan is amongst the most original, most ancient cities producing many scientists, Philosophers, poets, and painters who not only have make Kashan well-known but have imparted Persia and the world of Islam a new about 15000 students.
Economic features Kashan is of very important agricultural features in that the grater part of the land in its neighborhood is under the cultivation of cotton, cereals, vegetables, and so on. Producing flower- trees, vegetables, etc.,to make rose-water is of significant importance.
Industry In terms of industry, Kashan has progressed to a great extent. Its hand- woven and machine-woven carpets are worlds-famous and numbered amongst the most important export-items of the country. Kashan is also regarded as important industrial center and over-350 industrial units are operating in the city.
Historical Place Aqa Bozorg School: The construction of the school dates back to the Qajarid epoch. It was financed by Hajj Mohammad Taqi Kanban for his son in law Mulla Mehdi Naraqi ii, commonly known as Aqa Bozorg.
Garden of Fin and Suleymaniyya Spring The Original building of the garden is tied to civilization of sialk among the important historical event in this garden one can mention the official accession of Shah Ishmael Safavi and the murder of Mirza Khan Amir Kabir.
Tabatabaei Historical House The house was construded in an area of 4630 Square meters in A.H 1250. The house comprises four yards, the central one of which is believed to have been devoted to the family members one set aside for the servants and attendants.
Boroojerdi Historical House It was constructed by a merchant called Hajj seyyed hassan Natanzi in about A.H 1270. the house consists of two parts; internal and external. The external part in the part presently open to the public.
Bazar Historical Complex It dates back to the Seljuq period. The climax of the prosperity of Bazar. Was during the Safavid period and especially during Shah Abbas I.
Amiu”d-Dowla Arcade This building lying in one of the central points of Bazar was made upon the order of one of well- known statesmen of Qajar called Farruk- Khak, later called Aminu‘ d-Dowla.