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Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
Sarbaz Castle (Ghaleh-e Sarbaaz) structure is one of the famous castles of Sistan va Baluchestan Province, located in the Sarbaz Village. The same is related to Ghajar (Qajar) era and the Islamic period and was built by the rulers of the time. Sarbaz ...
Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in IranShahr (city)
This vicinity is at a distance of 22 km. from Iranshahr (Iran Shahr). The Bampour River which takes its source in the northeast of Iran Shahr, after flowing westwards from the south of this region, ultimately flows into the Hamoon Jazmoorian. Bampour ...
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
About 100 meters to the east of the main square in Meshkin Shahr (Meshginshahr), this inscription is located in a valley named Dareh Baq Nowruz. On one of the slopes there is an inscription belonging to the Shapour II, the Sassanian. Kohneh-Qaleh inscription ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e-Rey (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e-Rey (city)
The civilization of this area dates back to the 4 millennium BC. This spring is in north of Ebne Babvaih and to the west of cement factory of Ray. Overlooking the said spring is a relatively large stone tablet on which the profile of Fathali Shah and ...
Tourist Attraction in Sahneh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Sahneh (city)
Goor-Dakhmeh Sahneh (Gurdakhmeh Darband, Goor Dakhmeh Sahneh) is a large rectangular shaped crypt and a historical remnant near the city of Sahneh (Sahne) in Kermanshah Province, from the times of the Medes. The outstanding features of Goordakhmeh Catacomb ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Chaloshtor is situated 10 km northwest of Shahr-e-Kord. This castle had been the ruling center much long before Shahr-e-Kord gained importance. The castle belonged to Khoda Rahim Khan Bakhtiyari and at present except for a small portion, the rest of ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Abolfath Dehqan Samani (Seif-ol-Shoara) was a sufi who lived among the Bakhtiyari Tribes and expired in 1326 AH. The tomb of this sufi is situated approx. 28km to the north of Shahr-e-Kord and near by Zaman Khan Bridge. The architecture and method of ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
This ancient mosque is located south of the central square of Farokh Shahr. A major portion of this mosque was constructed during Safavid era, but it was in Zandiyeh and Qajar periods that its construction was completed and repaired. The mosque having ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
This building is situated in Shahr-e-Kord, and belongs to Qajar and Pahlavi eras. The contruction material is made of sun dried mud bricks, bricks and gypsum. The main building in a southern direction, has a portico with a dome. The interior portion ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
This mosque is located 5 km from Shahr-e-Kord and is also known as the Mohab Mosque. It was built during the Safavid era, and in Afsharieh period it has been repaired by Moheb Ali Beik, the famed commander of Nader Shah Afshar. The Keyan Mosque has two ...
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