The Iranian traditional bazaars are almost active in all cities of Iran and some of them like Tabriz bazaar have global value. The tourists have been always attracted to Iranian bazaars and got familiar with …
Iran’s share in the list of World Heritage is 24 tangible heritages, 13 intangible heritages and 10 works in Memory of the World Programme
The only two stories Qanat of Iran that is about 800 years old, with 4 km. length, 31 m depth, and a flow of about 60 liters per second located in the city of Ardestan, …
The Dome of Soltaniyeh in Zanjan Province is one of the biggest brick tombs in the world, it is also the tomb of Oljaytu, the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty rule
Bisotun is Darius’s Inscription of his victory over the riots and Gaumata in a mountain in Kermanshah Province, written in three languages of Babylonian, Old Persian and Elamite.
Chapel of Dzordzor, Saint Thaddeus Church and Saint Stephanos Church are the Armenian Monastic Ensembles located in East and West Azerbaijan Province.
One of the three churches inscribed in UNESCO as Armenian Monastic Ensembles located in West Azerbaijan dating back to 14th century.
The palace used to be a pavilion in a Persian Garden that just the palace is remained, dating back to Safavid time with a huge balcony, Eighteen Column Hall, Mirror Hall, and four stone lions. …
The Persian garden with a quadripartite plan includes surrounding wall, passageways, shading trees, aqueduct, pool, pavilion and portal entrance.
The 10th century cylindrical tower of Qabus is in the city of Jorjan, Golestan Province, by the order of Kavus, to be used as a mausoleum.
The mosque was built in 8th century but made over a Sassanid construct in Isfahan. It’s the main mosque Isfahan & famous for its two domes and Uljeito Altar.
Being part of the Naqsh-e Jahan Square, it connects the square to the bazar, known for its frescos done by Reza Abbasi and used to have a clock and a bronze bell.