Nain (Iran)

Nain is an oasis city in and the capital of Nain County, Isfahan Province, Iran. It is located on a plateau at about 1'540 meters above sea level.

The old town is a bit outside the modern city center. First thing you see probably from the distance are the ruins of the small Narenj Ghaleh castle. Next to it stands the Jame Mosque from the 9th century which is the oldest preserved mosque in Persia.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Meybod (Iran) (110 km), Isfahan (Iran) (134 km), Yazd (Iran) (164 km), Persepolis and Naqsh-e Rustam (326 km), Tehran (Iran) (350 km), Shiraz (Iran) (365 km), Dubai (United Arab Emirates (873 km), Baku (Azerbaijan) (885 km), Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates) (942 km), Cairo (Egypt) (2,092 km), Temple of Dendera (2,108 km), Temples of Karnak (2,130 km), Temple of Luxor (2,132 km), Temple of Queen Hatshepsut (2,134 km), Temple of Edfu (2,149 km), Temple of Kom Ombo (2,173 km), Assuan (Egypt) (2,196 km), Temple of Philae (2,201 km), Temples of Kalabscha (2,232 km), Dnipropetrovsk (Ukraine) (2,298 km)

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