Isfahan Medical Tourism Hub
Isfahan formerly used to be the capital of Persia during the Safavid dynasty during 16th and 17th centuries. The city is located at the centre of Iran intersecting north-south and east-west routes that traverse Iran. Regarding population is the third in the country after Tehran and Mashhad. The city is famous for its Persian-Islamic architecture which is well preserved in the town and evident in numerous ancient monuments notably Naghsh-e-Jahan Square registered by UNESCO as a world heritage site. Isfahan is known for its uniquely designed carpets.