Travel Guide to Rasht

In this section we have prepared a list of the top places to see in Rasht. Come along with us to introduce some of them:

Top Places to See in  Rasht

Top Places to See in Rasht

Municipality Square

Municipality Square

This square is one of the most beautiful squares in Iran. Historic buildings, important urban buildings, a number of important streets and traditional and modern shopping malls around it have turned the Municipality Square into the main square of the city.

Clock tower

Clock tower

The municipality square of Rasht includes the building of the municipality and the clock tower. This tower is one of the symbols of Rasht. In the past, it used for surveillance, security and fire prevention in the city.

Old building of Iran Hotel:

Old building of Iran Hotel:

One of the most beautiful monuments around the municipality square is the old building of Iran Hotel. Today, this hotel hosts the cultural events of Rasht.

Post office and telegraph building:

Post office and telegraph building:

Another beautiful Places to See in Rasht around the municipality square, is the Post office and telegraph building. The architecture of this building as other old buildings of the municipality square, inspired by from eastern europe and russia. This 4-story building with white facade is on the northern side of the square.

This building used as a post office several years ago; but Today it is used as an exhibition on topics related to post, communications.

Shapour school:

Shapour school

The Shapur school  built early in the Pahlavi era on the Rasht-Anzali road. The school is the first school in the city, which has modern architecture.

Tomb of Mirza Kuchak Khan:

Tomb of Mirza Kuchak Khan:

Tomb of Mirza Kuchak Khan is one of the top places to see in Rasht. Mirza kuchak khan jangali, which is known as Sardar-e-Jangal, was an early twentieth century revolutionary. He is a popular figure among the Iranians and gilans’s people. His tomb is located in the south of Rasht.

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