A peek into atmospheric Ganjali Khan complex

March 4, 2018

Photo depicts an interior view of the historical Ganjali Khan bathhouse in Kerman, southeastern Iran, on March 2, 2018.

The lavishly decorated structure is a subset of a vast complex named after a regional governor who ordered its construction in the early 17th century during the Safavid era.  

Covering an area of 11,000 square meters, the complex also comprises a madrasa, a mosque, a caravanserai, a water reservoir and a labyrinth bazaar all centered on a large public square. (PHOTO: Abuzar Ahmadizadeh/IRNA)


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