Neyasar

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Neyasar

نياسر
City
Niasar, Kashan County.jpg
Neyasar is located in Iran
Neyasar
Neyasar
Coordinates: 33°58′22″N 51°08′56″E / 33.97278°N 51.14889°E / 33.97278; 51.14889Coordinates: 33°58′22″N 51°08′56″E / 33.97278°N 51.14889°E / 33.97278; 51.14889
Country Iran
ProvinceIsfahan
CountyKashan
BakhshNeyasar
Population
 (2016 Census)
 • Total2,319 [1]
Time zoneUTC+3:30 (IRST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+4:30 (IRDT)

Neyasar (Persian: نياسر‎, also Romanized as Niāsar, Nīāsar, and Nīyā Sar; also known as Nezār)[2] is a city and capital of Neyasar District, in Kashan County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 2,003, in 586 families.[3] Neyasar is located in north west of Kashan in Isfahan Province. It is a Garden City because it was a small village and now it has become a city with many gardens. Neyasar is famous for Flower-Water Festival. This Festival begin in second week of Ordibehesht (first of May). In this festival people install pots and mixed flowers and water and then turn fire under pot after 13 hours steam of water moved to another container and then moved to the rose bottle. Many people from all around of world and from Iran gathered in Neyasar to viewing this festival.

Perspective on the Neyasar, Kashan County>

Archaeology[edit]

A Levallois flake from Niasar, Kashan

Middle Paleolithic stone tools have been discovered in travertine deposits close to spring that date back to more than 40.000 years ago[4]. Niasar Fire Temple is a structure with a dome, above the spring of Niasar Village. It is believed to have been built during the reign of Ardashir I, 224-242 CE.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.amar.org.ir/english
  2. ^ Neyasar can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering "-3076971" in the "Unique Feature Id" form, and clicking on "Search Database".
  3. ^ "Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)". Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11.
  4. ^ Biglari, F. (2004) The Preliminary Survey of Paleolithic Sites in the Kashan region., In S.M. Shahmirzadi (ed.), The Silversmiths of Sialk (Sialk Reconsideration Project), Report No. 2: 151-168. Archaeological Research Center. Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization,Tehran
  5. ^ Rezaeinia (2018). Some Remarks on the Architectural Structure and Function of the Niasar Chahar Taq. Journal of Archaeological Research of Bu-Ali University, 8(17), 141-160.