Golden City

Reddy, Jini
September 2008
Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/15/2008, Issue 36, p61
The article discusses tourist attractions located in Iran. Areas of the country that are discussed include the city of Isfahan. The art and architecture of Isfahan are discussed, along with the city's history. Various activities that visitors can take part in while in Isfahan are mentioned, including shopping at a bazaar or watching a local sporting event.


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