Chehel Sotun palace and Garden in Isfahan are Iranian historical monuments with an area of 67 thousand square meters and built by Shah Abbas I and Shah Abbas II about four centuries ago. The garden is formed in the middle of the city so that it can easily be accessed from each side. Direction to the palace through the Garden is shown by the trees in the path. Chehel Sotoun has beautiful places like the mirror hall, the 20-pillar hall, the large northern and southern rooms and the porch of the royal hall. This building's walls, ceilings and doors are full of painting and mirror and tiling decoration. The central hall also contains paintings that show the historical events of different periods.
Photo by: Arad Mojtahedi