It is one of the Unesco's World Heritage Sites and the biggest square in Iran. It's surrounded by 3 stunning monuments (Ali Qapu, Imam and Sheikh Lotfolah Mosques). You can use coaches to visit all around the Naghshe-e-Jahan square. There is a long bazaar around it where you can buy many beautiful and precious handicrafts as souvenirs and also traditional sweet pastry of Esfahan that it is called GAZ.
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