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Abyaneh Village, Natanz

(4.1/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
Step back in time with a visit to one of Iran's oldest settlements, Abyaneh Village. Nestled in the foothills of the Karkas Mountain, the village blends into the mountainside with its reddish houses. Explore the ancient settlement by wandering along narrow, sloping pathways and gaze at crumbling mud-brick buildings. Thanks to its remote location, local traditions and cultures have been meticulously preserved here. You'll notice the Abyanaki women wearing colorful, traditional dresses and speaking the local dialect of Middle Persian. Make sure you visit the 11th-century mosque, one of the village's most impressive buildings, filled with ancient carvings. Make Abyaneh Village a part of your Natanz vacation plans using our Natanz family vacation planner.
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  • Old style town. Fun to explore and take pictures. But since I visited in low season? I didn't see many residents... I wish I could see more lively aspects of the town. Only few restaurants are availab...  more »
  • When you visit this village, it is like stepping back in time. The village is a small village, there is a small stream running through and it is against the red sandstone cliff. You can just walk thro...  more »
  • After visiting villages beset by conflicting feelings. Were in January-landscapes not impressed, BUT in spring-summer and fall I think that here wonderfully, I climb the Hill to the South-East of the village-lovely view photos you provided, Just wander around, look at endangered grandmothers feel ancient Persian-theme tours)) As a curiosity, the second time this object you certainly don't want to visit. Did not like that the toll charge, Not straining, but morally distasteful.
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