Farewell to Esfahan

We’ve spent the last two days in Esfahan and we’re leaving for Shiraz early tomrrow morning. There is much to say about our stay in this gorgeous historic city – most of our time has been spent touring exquite 17th century mosques, hiking about massive, majestic Imam Square which stretches out for more than 80,000 square meters and is one of the largest city squares in the world. Have also been speaking extensively with the locals. All of the above has been richly and profoundly rewarding.

For this one, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking…






2 thoughts on “Farewell to Esfahan

  1. heidi katz


    The encounters with the people, places, and situations you’ve been describing in these reports — if there is not yet a berakhah for the Internet, we should create one — are an inspiration and source of hope. Thank you for “taking us along” in this way.


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