Abyaneh - 2,500 years old, the timeless charm of a historic Red Village, Isfahan

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Abyaneh Village, Barzrud Rural District, Natanz County, Isfahan Province, Iran.


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Abyaneh is a historic village located in the central Iranian province of Isfahan. The village is situated at the foot of Mount Karkas, and is known for its picturesque red clay houses, winding alleys, and beautiful natural surroundings.

The village is believed to have been founded over 2,500 years ago, and has been continuously inhabited ever since. Abyaneh's unique architectural style, which features houses built from reddish-brown clay bricks and wooden balconies, has been preserved over the centuries and is now a popular tourist attraction.


Villagers are primarily involved in agriculture, with many farming crops such as wheat, barley, and potatoes. Some families also keep livestock, such as sheep, goats, and cows. In addition, tourism has become an important source of income for the villagers, with visitors coming to explore the village's ancient architecture, rich cultural heritage, and scenic natural beauty.

The people of Abyaneh are known for their hospitality and friendly nature, and many of them still wear traditional clothing, which adds to the charm and authenticity of the village. The villagers are proud of their heritage and have worked hard to preserve their unique way of life, customs, and traditions.

Image source: Bernard Gagnon / Wikimedia




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