Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai
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|Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai|
The interior of the caravanserai.
Built during the Qajar era, the caravanserai is one of Persia's best preserved urban caravanserais. The builder (patron) of this large caravanserai was a person by the name Sa'd al-Saltaneh Isfahani (آقا باقر سعد السلطنه اصفهاني), for whom the caravanserai is named after.
The eastern-western axis of the Hashti is called Dalan-i Qeisariyeh (دالان قيصريه ) or "Caesar's Hall", and the north-south axis of the Caravanserai's Hashti is named Dalan-i Ghahremani (دالان قهرماني) or "Ghahremani Hall". The former is connected to the "Bazaar of Vizir" of the city.
There are also two smaller courtyards in the east and west of the Caravanserai.
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