Vartun springs (Vertoon Mineral Spring, Vartoon Natural Hot Sulfur Springs, Rose Village) is located to the southeast of Esfahan (Isfahan), at a distance of 43 km. on the Esfahan - Yazd road, on a branching route in the vicinity of Vertoon. The thermal ...
Bazangan village is situated in a plain area in the Sarakhs township and located 128 km. east of Mashad. The Bazangan Mountain is located 6 km. to the west and south of the village. It experiences a dry, temperate climate and historical sites such as: ...
This fishing village on the northern coast of Qeshm Island is the best place in Iran to encounter traditional culture of the Persian Gulf. Perched on a rocky slope overlooking the Khoran Strait, Laft has a wonderfully photogenic roofscape of badgirs (wind towers) and minarets.
Ghadamgah cave, a 1200 year old place (located in Badamyar, Azarshahr which is called qadamgah temple, too) is a location for Mithraism ceremony. This place was used as a temple in pre-Islamic periods. After Islam, it was used as a mosque.
The all-but deserted mud-brick village of Kharanaq (Kharanagh) is crumbling back into the valley out of which it emerged over 1000 years ago. What remains in this ghost town, 70km north of Yazd, is a Qajar-era mosque, a cylindrical 17th-century shaking minaret and a caravanserai (closed at the time of research), near the entrance of the village.
Zavareh is a historical village located in the north of Isfahan province in central Iran near the salt desert of Ardestan. It has been named after the brother of Rostam, a mythical figure in renowned Persian poet Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh.
Hawraman Village (Uraman Takht Village) is located in an east-west valley on steep slope overlooking the northern front of the Takht Mountains 63 km. south of Marivan, Kurdistan Province in IRAN. The village houses are generally made of stone and stair like fashion, with beams covering the ceilings.
Afjeh Village is near Lavasan in Tehran Province about 30km mi (19mi) north-east of Tehran, the country's capital town. At the 2006 census, its population was 685, in 186 families.
Afjeh (Afcheh, Efje, or Afche) is a village in Lavasan-e Kuchak ...
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