Shah Nematolah Vali Shrine
One of the most beautiful, magnificent, and interesting to see monuments in Iran is Shah Namatallah Vali's tomb that has 7 centuries old and is a place of pilgrimage and holy shrine for lovers, and a place of meeting for love madness. The central base stone of this complex was put by Ahmad Shah Dekeni by sending funds to Iran. The year of building construction is 840 EC, which is mentioned in the entry inscription.
Jebalieh Dome is in the eastern farthest end of Kerman, it has a strange and large dome. This octagonal dome is completely made from stone. There are 8 doors with 2 meters width on 8 sides. The doors were closed with stone to strengthen the building and prevent it from damaged recently. Just one door is open; the antiquity of this dome belongs to before of Islam age. This dome changed into the Jebalieh stone museum in 2004.
Kerman Bazaar is the second biggest Bazzar in Iran after Tabriz Bazaar(Recorded at UNESCO). This Bazarr as the historic central core of Kerman city has expanded in two main East-West and North-South Axis. The main entrance portal of the East-West axis is located in Arg Square. The EastWest axis connects Arg Square to Moshtagh Square. In the initial design of this market, all the necessary public facilities such as mosques, baths, Caravanserais, Takieh(a religious public place), traditional schools, and water-reservoir have been designed and located.
Ganjali Khan complex
Ganjali Khan is one of the most beautiful architectural and masterpieces Complex of the Safavid period in Kerman city. This magnificent building shines in Kerman's architecture like a gem, with special decorations, charity buildings, and public buildings. Each part of the set is a valuable Architecture work with the various ornament of Safavid. This complex is one of the most beautiful Iranian Architecture cases. This beautiful square is consists of different monuments like Ganj Ali khan’s INN, mosque, bath, water cistern, and Bazar, that located around it. Thus each part of the set is a valuable Architecture work with the various ornament of the Safavid era.
The oldest mosque in Kerman and probably in Iran. The great Malek mosque or Imam Mosque (recently) was built in the Seljuk period, and some related extra monuments that were added in the Tooranshah era are located in Imam street Kerman city. This 4 porch mosque dates back to 1349, though there was extensive modernization during the Safavid, Zand, and Qajar periods.