Niasar is one of the cities of Kashan that attracts many domestic and foreign tourists every year to visit its tourist attractions. In fact, it has the most pleasant climate in Kashan County. This city is about 30 km northwest of Kashan. The climate of Kashan is hot and dry and in winter it is cold. However, due to the high waterfall of Niasar, the climate of this region has cooled and, unlike the surrounding cities, pleasant nature has been formed in it. There are many historical and natural monuments in this city that tell of the ancient history of Niasar.
Zoroastrian Temple (Char Taghi)
This ancient monument is left from the late Parthian or early Sassanid period and is one of the oldest and healthiest Chartaghi in Iran. This building, also known as the Sassanid fire temple, is located in the city of Niasar, near the Alexandre spring. Researchers have suggested various uses for this quadrangle, such as a sign post, a monument and an insulator for the grand persons. Niasar Temple is located on a rock and shows itself from a distance. This building is a room with 14 x 14 sides with a dome.
Niasar Waterfall and Spring
There is a historical spring in Niasar which is known as Alexandre spring and it has clear and very cool water. In fact, the whole history, antiquity and life of this ancient village is due to the existence of this blessed spring. This spring is located a few meters below the quadrangle and is one of the oldest known springs in Iran. Niasar waterfall, which is one of the most famous attractions of Niasar, actually originates from this historical spring. The waterfall has the lowest amount of water in autumn and the highest amount of water in spring.
Rose water Festival in Niasar
Perhaps when we talk about rose-picking, we only think of Kashan, but it is interesting to know that due to the special geographical location of Niasar, Mohammadi flowers will be ready sooner than other parts of Kashan. This festival starts from mid-May and continues until the end of June.
Raees Historical Cave
Raees Cave is one of the man-made caves that has been used in the past to perform certain religious ceremonies. Researchers estimate that the cave dates back to the early Parthian period. The cave has three floors and there are tunnels, long and narrow corridors and numerous wells. This cave is so complicated to be explored that it is not recommended to go all the way without a professional guide.
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