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News (October 17, 2019 | 10:36:40)
News (October 17, 2019 | 10:36:40)
When you think about Iran, chances are the things that come to mind are negative. However, once you open your mind to experiences and go to the country, you’ll realize it’s not what it seems.
Persian architecture has a long and complex history. The Elamite, Achaemenian, Hellenistic, and other pre-Islamic dynasties left striking stone testaments to their greatness, such as Choqa Zanbil and Persepolis both designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1979.
Delicacy of mirror-work in Iranian architecture is in the limelight at the UNESCO-registered Golestan Palace in downtown Tehran, where a retrospective of a veteran Iranian artisan is underway.
News (June 26, 2019 | 10:35:11)
News (June 26, 2019 | 10:35:11)
For millennia, Iranian gardens have combined the beauty of nature with the aesthetic qualities of art and architecture to create a symbolic representation of paradise on Earth.
Registered as a national heritage, Shapouri House is an early 20th-century house in Shiraz, southern Iran, built in the early years of Pahlavi dynasty (1925-1979). Designed and built by Abol Qasem Mohandesi between 1930 and 1935, its owner was Abdol Shahab Shapouri, a wealthy Iranian merchant.
News (January 23, 2019 | 11:04:07)
News (January 23, 2019 | 11:04:07)
One needs to explore the cultural-natural landscape of Ramsar in northern Iran to discover the richness of this city.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is a famous masterpiece of Iranian architecture, standing on the eastern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square — the first built of the four monuments of the square. The blend of modest shape and rich interior and exterior tile ornaments made the mosque one of the most recognizable tourist sites of Isfahan.
Tourist Attraction in Abadan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Abadan (city)
Rangooniha Mosque and museum (Masjed Rangooniha) in Abadan (Khuzestan Province) is related to the Qajar dynasty-Pahlavi dynasty. Rangoonis mosque was built in southwest of the Abadan Refinery near Arvand River in 1922.
City in 'Ilam' Province
City in 'Ilam' Province
Ilam (capital of Ilam Province) located 710 kilometers from Tehran, surrounded by heights covered with forests enjoying a mild mountainous climate with very pleasant springs. In the ancient time, Ilam was known as Arboojan.
Tourist Attraction in Torbat Heydarieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Torbat Heydarieh (city)
Tabasi Caravanserai, which was built during the Qajar period. Caravanserai is also a type of building that can accommodate a group or caravan and was considered one of the largest buildings in the architecture of the Islamic period. This caravanserai ...
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