Isfahan province with an area of 106,179 square kilometers accounts for about 6.25% of the total area of the country and is adjacent to ten provinces; from north to Markazi and Semnan; from south to Fars and Kohkiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad; from east to Yazd and Southern Khorasan; and from west to Khuzestan, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, and Lorestan.
After Tehran and Mashhad, Isfahan is the third largest city of Iran. Isfahan is located in the center of the Iranian plateau and is a relatively mountainous region. It has long been a place of residence due to being located in the geographical center of Iran and having a temperate climate and fertile soil and sufficient water of Zayandehrood River.
Isfahan is now one of the most important industrial, commercial, cultural, and artistic centers of Iran. Due to its many historical and ancient monuments, and natural attractions, it is of great interest to Iranians and tourists.
Isfahan is a name that can be described with all the positive and loving attributes that can be attributed to a city. The city has a long history of poetry and oral memory of the people of Iran and the world, and now holds a prominent place that reflects the unmatched will and creativity of the peoples of this unique area.