Ferdows (Ferdos) lies on he slopes of the Kalat mountains. The salt desert is situated to the west and north of Ferdows and has a changeable climate. In ancient times it was called ‘Toom’ (Toon) and was founded in the pre-Islamic era. Ferdows lies 1,158 ...
Ferdows Religious School (Mardeseh-e Olya) is a historic school with octagonal design, located in the southwest of Ferdows city, in the center of the ancient city of Toon, in South Khorasan province, Iran.
Birjand is capital of South Khorasan province, eastern Iran. The city is known for its saffron and handmade carpet exports. Birjand is a fast-growing city and a major center of commerce in eastern Iran.
It had two forts, one on a prominent high ground ...
Capital city of Kerman Province, Famous for its strong cultural heritage, the city is one of the oldest in Iran. It is well-known for its thriving hand-woven carpet industry since the late 19th century
Makhunik village (Makhoonik) near Birjand in South Khorasan province is one of the seven amazing world's villages by its remarkable architecture being known to LILIPUT land because of the short residents in there.
Tabas, a fertile plain and a major producer of cereals in South Khorasan, has a large number of windmills. The six windmills (Also known as Asbads) are mounted on mudbrick platforms in Kheirabad neighborhood of Tabas-e Masina and they date back to Qajar ...
This Citadel (Also known as KohanDej or Tabas Fortress) is one of the oldest monuments in Tabas (Southern Khorasan Province). Much of the original fortress has been destroyed due to earthquakes and the wear of time. However, one can still see the perimeter of what at one time must have been a decent-sized outpost.
Kolah farangi Citadel was built during the late Zand and early Qajar eras between 1848 and 1895. Its structure has a hexagonal base and a white conical top. It is white in color and construction materials consist of brick and limestone.
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