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About the time of Elamites, the indo European Aryan tribes entered Iran from north, including Medes who settled in northwest, Persians in south near Shiraz and Parthians who chose northeast to settle.
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as TMoCA, is among the largest art museums in Iran. It has collections of more than 3,000 items that include 19th and 20th century's world-class European...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
This elegant mosque, with its iconic blue-tiled mosaics and its perfect proportions, forms a visually stunning monument at the head of Esfahan's main square. Unblemished since its construction 400 years ago, it stands as a monument to the vision of Shah Abbas I and the accomplishments of the Safavid dynasty.
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
The Khaju Bridge (Pol-e Khajoo) is one of the most famous bridges in Iran was built around 1650, under the reign of Abbas II, the seventh Safavid king (shah) of Iran, on the foundations of an older bridge. The existing inscriptions suggest that the bridge ...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Hasht Behesht historical edifice (Hashtbehesht Palace) was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid. Today, only a minor portion of the grounds remains. However, tile work with interesting designs, which are the remnants of this palace can ...
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
This relic of the 13th century AH. is located in Mostafa Khomeini Avenue. The founders of this mosque were Haj Mirza Hassan Khan Sepahsalar (Chancellor of Naseradin Shah Qajar) and his brother Moshirodoleh. The school is 62m. in length and 61 m. in width ...
Tourist Attraction in Marvdasht (city)
Tourist Attraction in Marvdasht (city)
Naqsh-e Rustam is an ancient necropolis, located in the village of Zangi-Abad, to the north of the city of Marvdasht in Fars province. This ancient site which is in a 6 km distance from Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid), has been a home to ancient Iranian rock reliefs from Elamite, Achaemenid, and Sassanid periods. It lies a few hundred meters from Naqsh-e Rajab, with four further rock reliefs, three of them celebrating kings and one a high priest.
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
Qasr-e-Ayeneh (Mirror Palace) Museum has a foundation of 837 square meters and is located in a garden 8,174 square meters in area. The museum building was formerly belonging to a wealthy personality of Yazd. After the Islamic revolution, it has been ...
Tourist Attraction in Kashan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kashan (city)
Borujerdiha House is one of the oldest houses in Kashan built during the Qajar era which goes back to mid 19th century.
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
This is one of the best-preserved Qajar-era houses, located in the Fahadan neighborhood in Yazd, which belonged to Haj Muhammad Ibrahim Lari and was built in 1863 or 1864.
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