Najafabad, the city of science, faith, and martyrdom

Najafabad, as one of the most populated cities of Isfahan province, is located 25 kilometers west of Isfahan and is increasingly becoming a part of the Isfahan metropolitan city. The designer and architect of the city was Sheikh Baha'i, the famous Islamic scholar, philosopher, architect, and mathematician who lived in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in Safavid Iran.

Najafabad was one of the leading cities in the victory of Iran Islamic Revolution and today is known as the city of science, faith, and martyrdom. Some of the tourist attractions of Najafabad are The Seven Towers of Kharoun (Arg-e Sheikh Baha’i), Safa Pigeon House Towers, Great Oil Mill, Zamanian Oil Mill, and historical houses.