Historic Places of Karaj

Arangeh Village

Arangeh Village is a beautiful village with good weather and a long history that is located 18 kilometers from Karaj.
See Arangeh Village

Atashgah Village

Atashgah Village is located 20 kilometers northwest of Karaj.
See Atashgah Village

Dokhtar Bridge

Dokhtar Bridge is one of the buildings of Safavid Era that is constructed on the Karaj River on the remnants of an older bridge attributed to Seljuk Era.
See Dokhtar Bridge

Dokhtar Kalak Castle

Dokhtar Kalak Castle belongs to Seljuk and Ilkhanate Era and it is located in Kalak Village, Karaj County.
See Dokhtar Kalak Castle

Mesbah Bathhouse

Mesbah Bathhouse belongs to Qajar Era and it is located in Karaj, on the old neighborhood of Mesbah.
See Mesbah Bathhouse

Meydanak Tower

Meydanak Tower is located in a village of the same name 60 kilometers from Karaj and it belongs to 7th and 8th centuries A.D.
See Meydanak Tower
Morvarid Palace

Morvarid Palace

Morvarid Palace is located in Mehrshar, Karaj.
See Morvarid Palace
Shah Abbasi Caravanserai

Shah Abbasi Caravanserai

Shah Abbasi Caravanserai belongs to Safavid Period and it is located in southeast of Towhid Square in Karaj.
See Shah Abbasi Caravanserai
Soleymaniyeh Palace

Soleymaniyeh Palace

Soleymaniyeh Palace belongs to Qajar Era and it is located in Karaj.
See Soleymaniyeh Palace


Alborz Province

Alborz Province

Alborz province is one of the 31 provinces of Iran, centered in Karaj. Alborz Province is situated west of Tehran, at the foothills of the Alborz mountains.
See Alborz Province