Behind high gates, the curious Anglican Church has a tower of four diminishing cylinders.
This huge brick edifice, an unmissable landmark, is a chunky remnant of Tabriz’s early-14th-century citadel (known as ‘the Ark’)....
The relatively central Sarkis Church serves the Armenian community. It’s hidden in a basketball court behind high white gates.
Kahveteria Sonati Tarbiat
Cosy, gently romantic brick-vaulted cafe for tea and dates (US$1) served on porcelain featuring Qajar royalty. Women can smoke a qalyan...
Modern Tabriz Restaurant
This good-value favourite serves great kababs and excellent fried trout in a large, basement dining hall that somehow finds a successful...
Shari’ati St · interesting places nearby
Restaurant Tatly information
Ceilings soar to five-pointed star lamps in this renovated older building. Pizzas are typically Iranian but the ash (thick vegetable and noodle soup) is most hearty and excellent value (US$1).