| Ardabil, Iran|
| Alvares, Fandoqlu Forest, Sheikh Safi al‑Din Khānegā, Shorabil Lake, Meshginshahr suspension bridge|Ardabil Anthropology Museum Wikipedia
Ardabil Anthropology Museum (Persian: موزه مردمشناسی اردبیل) is a museum in Ardabil, Iran. The building of the museum was originally a historical bath with the name of Zahir-al-Islam, belonging to the pre-Safavid period, about second half of the seventh century AH. Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran changed it to the Museum of Anthropology in 1999. The museum is near to the Sheikh Safi mausoleum.