Abyaneh is an ancient tourist heritage

Abyaneh, a historic village with an ancient texture, bears many of Iran’s ancient landscapes, whose historical reputation is a medal of honor and bears the nationally registered name, and its untouched spiritual landscape and heritage.

The antiquity of the buildings of this historical village and the traditional texture that still retains its originality in clothes, dialects and customs as a treasure, the alley of gardens and tall porches and the red walls and the rustling of the leaves of the poplar trees are each a manifestation of beauty. Show.

The houses of this village on a slope in the north of the river “Borzrood” with Safavid architectural style with a combination of red clay, brick and clay have walnut wood windows and wooden porches overlooking the alley that have become interesting landscapes.

Since there is not enough space on the sloping slopes of the village to build the houses needed, it is customary in Abyaneh for each family to build a cave-like warehouse on the village’s one-kilometer hills along the road.

These caves, dug in the hills, are used to keep livestock, winter food and unnecessary items.

One of the distinguishing features of Abyaneh village from other peers is the red color of the buildings of this village, the red color which in combination with the tall trees of the village shows a red and green stain and the red experts and researchers of this soil due to the presence of iron in It has been announced.

Another interesting thing about Abyaneh is the elderly people who all wear local clothes, men’s clothes include quba, black pants, felt hats and giweh, and women’s clothes are a combination of baggy floral shirts.

Abyaneh village has beautiful historical attractions, among which we can mention “Imamzadeh” or “the shrine of the holy shrine of Prince” Isa and Yahya “, which according to the residents are the children of Imam Musa Kazem (AS).

This shrine has an octagonal dome with turquoise tiles and the porch of the shrine engraved with an inscription, a wooden and old pulpit on the south porch of this building are some of the sights of these shrines.

The shrine of “Hinza” in the southeast of Abyaneh, which is located in front of a depression in the rocks of the valley, is also one of the historical religious attractions of this village.

The shrine of Hinza belongs to Bibi Zubaida Khatun, the daughter of Musa ibn Ja’far (AS), who, according to the locals, was wanted and the people sheltered her in this room, which is their shrine today.

Anthropological Museum, Hajjatgah Mosque, Sar-e-Asyab Tourism Complex, Ab-e-Anbar Mian Deh, Jame Mosque, Parzaleh Mosque, Asyab Pa’in and Bala are other historical and spectacular monuments of this ancient village.

In an interview with IRNA, the director of the Abyaneh Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Base said: “This village welcomed more than 127 thousand domestic and foreign tourists on Nowruz in 1992 with its amazing natural attractions, mountain slopes and historical monuments.”

“Ruhollah Ahmadi” added: “According to the number of tourists and visitors during Nowruz 93, a handicraft booth and local souvenirs will be set up in this village to provide more services to Nowruz travelers.”

He said that the establishment of an information base and several guides to introduce tourist attractions, the historical context of the village and visit the anthropological museum, as well as the location and installation of three parking lots at the entrance of the village to prevent congestion and care for tourists are other measures taken. These days are marked by cultural heritage.

According to him, about 80% of the accommodation beds in Natanz city are located in Abyaneh, and this village serves Nowruz travelers with two three-star hotels and two traditional accommodation centers.