More men praying during the Ashura celebrations in Isfahan. And a beaituful Iranian carpet.
Several times during the course of the 3 days masses of people gathered to pray, occupying the whole central city Square in front of the Imam Mosque.
Part of Isfahan’s unique atmosphere comes from the Zayandeh River, traversing the city from west to east. The bridges over the river include some of the nicest architecture in Isfahan. The oldest bridge is the “Pol-e Shahrestan,” which was probably built in the 12th century.