HISTORICAL ROADS IN IRAN (category)

More information about Old Roads and Bridges
Old Roads and Bridges
in Tehran City
city: Tehran
The oldest remnants of the ancient road and bridges belong to the Sassanian era. These roadways were connecting Ray to Esfahan. A remnant the Sassanian roadway in this region is the ... MORE
The oldest remnants of the ancient road and bridges belong to the Sassanian era. These roadways were connecting Ray to Esfahan. A remnant the Sassanian roadway in this region is the route which was supposed to pass from south of Howz-e-Soleiman (between Dalak and Mohammad Abad of Kaj) and was considered ...
More information about Malek-ol-Tojar Arcade
Malek-ol-Tojar Arcade
in Isfahan City
city: Isfahan
This historical road is a relic of the Qajar period and is connected to the bazaar of Kashan by way of large wooden doorways. MORE
This historical road is a relic of the Qajar period and is connected to the bazaar of Kashan by way of large wooden doorways.
More information about Sabaq Arcade
Sabaq Arcade
in Isfahan City
city: Isfahan
The said is a relic of the Qajar era. It is in three floors and has two courtyards. MORE
The said is a relic of the Qajar era. It is in three floors and has two courtyards.
city: Isfahan
'Aqa Sharif Fadayi' constructed this three storeyed structure in the late Qajar period. Its interesting aspects are the vaulted tile work adorning the chambers and its beautiful paintings ... MORE
'Aqa Sharif Fadayi' constructed this three storeyed structure in the late Qajar period. Its interesting aspects are the vaulted tile work adorning the chambers and its beautiful paintings depicting hunting scenes.
More information about Sassanide Road
Sassanide Road
in Firooz Abad (Firuzabad) City
The road between Firooz Abad and Darabgerd was discovered in 1960 by Proffessor Wandenbuerg. Here, some buildings are seen which belong to the Sassanian era, e.g., Kerateh and Zaq ... MORE
The road between Firooz Abad and Darabgerd was discovered in 1960 by Proffessor Wandenbuerg. Here, some buildings are seen which belong to the Sassanian era, e.g., Kerateh and Zaq Fire Temples.
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