Arak

Places in Arak

Nakhjir Cave (Chal Nakhjir Cave)

Chal Nakhjir is known for its exceptional white dolomite sediments, covering the floor of major corridors of the cave. The speleothems are exceptional too, looking…

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Nakhjir Cave (Chal Nakhjir Cave)

Saint Mesrob Church

Saint Mesrop is a Qajar era (1785–1925) church in Arak where the Armenian community of the city worships. Built in 1941, this church has a…

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Saint Mesrob Church

Sepahdari Mosque And School

Located next to the Arak Bazaar in the old texture of the city, Sepahdari Mosque and School were built during the reign of Qajar king…

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Sepahdari Mosque And School

Meighan Wetland

These days Meighan wetland, one hundred acres in the desert north of Arak, gave us a beautiful face from the sun and coolness and purity.…

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Meighan Wetland

Khakbaz Mansion

Khakbaz Mansion is a late Qajar era (1785–1925) home designed by a Russian architect and built by an Iranian architect over four years in an…

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Khakbaz Mansion

Arak Bazaar

Arak Bazaar is located at the heart of Arak City and is a combination of modern and traditional architecture.

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Arak Bazaar

Arak Four Seasons Bathhouse

The Four Seasons Bathhouse or Chahar Fasl Bathhouse is a Qajar era (1785–1925) bath built by a carpet merchant named Haj Mohammad Ebrahim Khansari (1844-1904),…

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Arak Four Seasons Bathhouse

Hassanpour Mansion

Located in the Arak Bazaar and near the Sepahdari Mosque and School in the old texture of the city

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Hassanpour Mansion

Aqa Noure din Araqi Mausoleum

This mausoleum was built in 1963 in honor of Grand Ayatollah Aqa Noureldin Araqi (1861-1922), who was an influential Qajar era (1785–1925) cleric

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Aqa Noure din Araqi Mausoleum