Abyaneh “Confluence of Originality and Sustainability”

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Abyaneh “Confluence of Originality and Sustainability”

Abyaneh village is located 70 km from Kashan.
This village is considered to be one of the most exceptional regions in Iran, which has been fully nationally acclaimed for its diverse monuments and monuments. The magnificent native architecture of the red-brick buildings of the village, along with delightful and pleasant weather and beautiful scenery to the area.
Village houses are entirely built on a steep slope north of the Brasrud ​​river, with the flat roofs of the lower houses, the courtyards of the upstream houses, and no wall encloses them. As a result, Abyane is in the first place a multi-storey village that can be seen in some cases up to four floors.
Abyaneh has seven aqueducts used to irrigate farms and gardens. Wheat, barley, potatoes and all kinds of fruits, especially apples, plums, pears, apricots, almonds and walnuts are from Abyaneh products. In recent years, carpet weaving has spread to Abyaneh and about 30 carpet weaving workshops have been established there. In the past, weaving has been one of the high-paid jobs of women in Abyaneh, which is today largely obsolete. The people of Abyaneh have been living in isolation for centuries due to the mountainous nature of the area and far from crowded centers and communication routes, and thus have maintained many ethnic and traditional customs, including ancient language and dialect. The language of the people of Abyaneh is a Pahlavi language with a special dialect that is different from other accents in other places. Their traditional dress in men’s pants and a long black fabric and in women is a long shirt of colorful and colorful fabrics, which is still popular amongst its peoples.
In addition, women in Abyaneh usually have white-colored chakras. The oldest monument of Abyaneh is a fire temple that is like the rest of the ten buildings on a slope. The fire temple of Abyaneh is considered as an example of the Zoroastrian temple built in mountainous regions. The most important monument and monument of this village is the mosque, the oldest monument of this mosque is the carved wooden lumber built in 466 AH.
The village of Abyaneh has two shrines: one of the princes of the prince of Jesus and Prince Yahya in the south of the village, which according to the sons of Imam Musa Kazem (AS), and the other shrine is called Abyaneh Ghadamgah. Among other historical sites of Abyaneh are the houses of Gholam Nader Shah and the house of deputy Hussein Taki.
The most famous Abyaneh ceremony is their excavation in Ashura Hosseini, which attracts many enthusiasts every year to the village.

Source: Kashan City Tourism Satellite Software