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Why locals love it
Chaykhaneh (English: Tea House) Azadegan, tea in Persian: Chay & house in Persian: Khaneh, On the northeast side of the Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, you will enter a hallway by seeing the Azadegan tea house's panel and you think you are wrong, Because it is full of antique and old appliances. It seems like you've entered an old art museum.
Why you should visit it
The owner of the tea house hangs all the old appliances into the walls and ceiling of the shop. Banknotes, oil burners, jars, sewing machines, glass containers, swords, mats and shields and armored personnel carriers, you can watch at least a thousand old objects while drinking tea and eating food in this unique cafe.
A different cafe and a place to take a memorial photo like you relax in a museum and drink tea. Experience drinking tea with an old taste.
Chaykhaneh AzadeganChaykhaneh Azadegan (Azadegan Tea House), Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, Isfahan, Iran