About Kerman
Kerman was founded as a defensive outpost, with the name Behdesīr, by Ardeshir I, founder of the Sassanid Empire, in the 3rd century AD. After the Battle of Nahāvand in 642, the city came under Muslim rule. At first the city's isolation allowed Kharijites and Zoroastrians to thrive there, but the Kharijites were wiped out in 698, and the population was mostly Muslim by 725. Already in the eighth century the city was famous for its manufacture of cashmere wool shawls and other textiles. The Abbasid Caliphate's authority over the region was weak, and power passed in the tenth century to the Buyid dynasty, which maintained control even when the region and city fell to Mahmud of Ghazna in the late tenth century. The name Kerman was adopted at some point in the tenth century.





     
  Jameh Mosque:
constructed in almozafar dynasty and its foundation date that was carved in stone carving dated back to 1370 B.c

     
  Moshtagh Ali shah Mausoleum:
one of worth seeing sites in Kerman province. This man was of great fame in poetry and literature.

     
  Shazdeh Garden:
it’s known as a part of heaven in kerman desert. It’s one of Iran most beautiful garden was constructed in Qajar dynasty.

     
  Kanj Ali khan:
it’s one of kerman most important attraction with wall paintings tiling and plaster molding with delicate stone decorations.

     
  Jebeliyeh:
constructed before advent of Islam and was completed in Seljuk dynasty.