Dating back to Sassanid time when it was used as a fire temple, it is in the city of Yazd with Azari style of architecture, and separate praying halls for winter and summer.
One of the many bridges of Isfahan that has a Timurid basis, but was made in Safavid time to link two neighborhood of Isfahan, in 4 floors and 24 springs covered with tile work.
Iranian architecture can be studied in two eras, pre-Islamic era (divided into two styles of Parsian and Parthian) and post-Islamic era
Shafts are architectural structures which were primarily used as guides and were created to set fire on the top pf them during the nights or to help caravans and passengers to choose a path
Islamic era of Iran is a period of time when the Arabs attacked Iran in 642 B. C. and the Iranian converted to Islam, the period which has been continuing up to now