The ancient city of Kerman is renowned for exporting some of the finest carpets and rugs. The quaint town is located close to the Lut Desert and in the past has been a thriving cultural center of Iran under the Islamic regime. The Masjid-e Jame built in the 14th century is one of the top places to visit in Kerman. Strategically located in the city center, the mosque is regarded as the city’s largest structure.
The Khajeh Atabeig Mausoleum is a major tourist attraction in Kerman renowned for its intrinsic architecture, geometrical design, unique style and pattern. Ganj Ali Khan Bath Museum is not to be missed if you’re travelling to Kerman. The museum houses a fascinating collection of wax dummies. Besides this, other important tourist attractions in Kerman include Ganj Ali Khan Mosque, Gonbad-e Jabaleih, Khajeh Atabeig Mausoleum, Shah Nematollah-e-Vali Tomb and Vakil Bazaar.