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Charbagh, Isfahan

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North end:  Shohada Squrare
Length  5.5 km
South end:  Azadi Squrare
Charbagh, Isfahan

Chahar Bagh Boulevard (Persian: چهارباغ, translation: Four Gardens) is a historical avenue in Isfahan constructed in the Safavid era of Iran.


Map of Isfahan Province, Isfahan, Chahar Bagh e Abbasi St, Iran

The avenue, historically, is the most famous in all of Persia. It connects the northern parts of the city to the southern sections and is about 6 kilometers long. On the east side of this street, there are the Hasht Behesht and Chehel Sotoun gardens.


Shah Abbas I was the king who changed his capital from Qazvin to Esfahan and decided to pour all the countries artistic wealth into that central spot which has been dubbed for centuries "Nisfi Jahan" or "Half the World". The chief architect of this task of urban planning was Shaykh Bahai (Baha' ad-Din al-`Amili), who focused the programme on two key features of Shah Abbas's master plan: the Chahar Bagh avenue, flanked at either side by all the prominent institutions of the city, such as the residences of all foreign dignitaries, and the Naqsh-e Jahan Square ("Exemplar of the World").

Chaharbagh Pa'in

Chaharbagh Pa'in, or lower Chaharbagh, (Persian: چهارباغ پایین‎‎) is the northern section of the avenue. This part of Chaharbagh is from Shohada Squrare to Darvazeh Dowlat.

Chaharbagh Abbasi

Chaharbagh Abbasi, (Persian: چهارباغ عباسی‎‎) is the middle section of the avenue. This part of Chaharbagh is from Darvazeh Dowlat to Northern 33 pol at Enqelab Square.

Chaharbagh Bala

Chaharbagh Bala, or upper Chaharbagh, (Persian: چهارباغ بالا‎‎) is the southern section of the avenue. This part of Chaharbagh is from southern 33 pol to Azadi Squrare.


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