Abyaneh village

Abyaneh is a village in Isfahan province, in Barzrud Rural District in Natanz county with the population of 305 people located 70 km to the southeast of Kashan. This village is one of the Iranian historical villages containing works from Sassanid period to the present time. The form of village houses are limaceous, adobe, brick and stone related to Sassanid, Seljuk, Safavid and Qajar eras and there is no dead end alley in this village. The old houses in the village have been built with the coverage of red soil, which are highly protected against the rain, on the hillside.

The tourist attractions of Abyaneh village are:

Village Architecture
Abyaneh village with a multi-story architecture is like a great stairway. This village attracts many Iranian and foreign visitors due to its unique architecture. It is a very old village that is in place for more than 2000 years. The architecture of the village is influenced by several civilizations in the periods Sassanians, Seljuks, Safavids, etc. There are some patterns visible in Abyaneh which are from Sasanian architecture. The village plays an important role in the tourism industry of the area.

Abyaneh village


Harpak Temple
One of the amazing attractions in Abyaneh village is Harpak Temple. It was built during Achaemenian and reached its perfection during Sassanid era. Harpak Fire Temple is the oldest monument of the village dating back to the 5th century BC.  


Traditional Attractions
The native people of Abyaneh have protected the traditions of their ancestors. Hence, it is possible for the tourists to have a vision on their old clothing and costumes. The exclusive style of their tradition attracts many visitors to this village.



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