Naghsh-e Jahan, is the central square of Isfahan and is located in heart of a historical collection named Naghsh-e Jahan. Monuments on the four sides of this square, including Ali Qapu, Shah Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and the Entrance of Qeysarie. In addition to these buildings, two hundred rooms with two floors are located there for supply the Isfahan’s handicrafts. Chambers around the square have long ago to sell handicrafts. Naghsh-e Jahan Square was one of the first Iranian signs that was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage.
Before that the Isfahan city to be chosen as the capital of Safavid, a large garden called “Naghsh e Jahan” was in the place of this square.