According to the head of the Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism of Kashan, Kashan’s tourist attractions have resumed their activities with the improvement of the situation of Covid-19.
Mehran Sarmadian said: Due to the improvement of the coronavirus situation, and the fact that the city of Kashan is in an orange status, based on the approval of the Anti-Covid-19 Headquarters, the historical sites have been reopened under the supervision of the Kashan Cultural Heritage Department.
He added: “Siyalk Hills, Fin Garden, and Boroujerdi House are among the sites under the control of the Kashan Cultural Heritage, Crafts and Tourism Department, and those wishing to visit these sites can do so while respecting sanitary protocols.”
The head of the Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Kashan also said: Simultaneously with the outbreak of the fifth wave of the disease, more than 500 historical monuments and tourist attractions under the supervision of the General Administration of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism of Isfahan Province, based on the permits of the Anti-Corona headquarters have been closed since early December last year.
Sarmadian clarified, “According to the instructions of the Anti-Coronavirus Headquarters and the approvals of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, with the installation of disinfecting devices at the entrances of Kashan’s tourist attractions, visits to historical sites are possible with a limited tourist presence.”
The city of Kashan in Isfahan province in the central highlands of Iran has many tourist and historical attractions. The Agha Bozorg Mosque and the tomb of Hajeh Tajuddin are located nearby in winding alleyways accessible from Fazel Naraghi Street. Tabatabayi House and Boroujerdi House are other unique landmarks of Kashan. Walking up to Jalali Castle and Seljuk Fence, you can admire a beautiful view of the city. Finn Garden is also located near the city to the southwest.