Skiing Incredible Freedom
Imagine the sensation of skiing down the pure crisp white ski slopes of Iran. Visualize the wind rushing through your body as your heart pulsates to the flow of the dive. Here you can feel no boundaries - you can't remember your problems or daily dilemmas; you are free and unconstrained. As with every swing you thrust faster into the open-air gaining momentum; there is nothing to hold you back. Your heartthrobs to the incredible feeling of euphoria as you slide down - your mind is stimulated by the fear of falling, the buzz of danger lurks in you and you feel the vivacious thrill of your own mortality!
Natanz a historical city in the shadow of nuclear rumors
For more than a decade, the name of Natanz in Isfahan province has been associated with its nuclear energy facility. However, to an Iranian, it brings to mind rare and unique mementos such as a type of pear grown in Tameh Village. Located 326 km from Tehran, 138 km from Isfahan, and 74 km from Kashan, Natanz is on the back of the famous Karkas mountain range and en route to Isfahan’s deserts. The city boasts of dozens of aqueducts that were influential in creating gardens and logged the city as one of the most beautiful garden cities.
The identity of each country can be found in different layers of culture and history of that ancient civilization. This identity tells part of an ancient story of connections between the art and civilization of the people of that region. Iran, with its glorious and deep civilization, is one of the founders of cultural and historical civilization among all countries of the world.
The Royal Assar Khaneh at Naghshe-Jahan Square
The Royal Assar Khaneh
The Royal Assar Khaneh at Naghshe-Jahan Square is located at Ghannadiha Bazaar - Mokhles Bazaar. Assari or Assarkhaneh has been referred to as a sort of oil-extracting factory in the past. One of the greatest such factories is located in the historical market of Isfahan.
Blue Mosque the Turquoise of Islam
one Mosque of Taboo Mozafariyeh Monument built upon the order of Jahanshah- ebne shah-Yusef, a ruler of the Qara – Qoyunloo dynasty. Attests to the constructive efforts of this dynasty in Tabriz and constitutes an example of the refined taste of the noble people of Iran. The perseverance of whose fearless heroes is rooted in its history.
A Garden Under your feet
Mesmerizing world of Persian Rug
For centuries Persian rugs have been appreciated for their fine craftsmanship and high quality. These beautiful and unique handmade Persian rugs can be found in numerous shapes and sizes depending on where and who manufactured them. There are rugs for all tastes, from large .rugs knotted in workshops to lively patterned village rugs and charming nomadic rugs Intro to Antique Hand Knotted Persian Rugs
Nizam Ol Islam a Qajar House
Now Keryas Hotel
Like artifacts which are going through exhaustion by the passage of time. circumstances and climate changing, various events and incidents, cities, and urban areas face changes both in their shape and their function. Considering the renovation and revitalization of urban textures and generally changing the traditional texture of the town is one of the most important issues in historical cities, especially those with special identities and sprites.
Masal a Paradise among the clouds
If you long to experience the joy of life in a green cloudy village come by the Heaven of Gilan. Masal or the same Gilan Heaven is a place where is totally different every time you visit it. Masal is located alongside the Talsh Mountains, naming Kuhvaror Mount-sided and is derived from such words as Mesal, Mazaland, etc. Masal is much more like a dream which came true, a place famous for its countryside and phenomena called Cloud Oceanoccasionally occurred in it Heading summer quarters usually begins in Mid-Ordibehesht Month and continues till the end of summer, but few travelers are aware of the extraordinary beauty of it in the autumn.
Hakim Mosque, Great Magnificent Architecture
Aloof from the bustle of the main streets, the Hakim Mosque was built in 1656 on the site of the 10th-century Buyid mosque Called Jorjir, The Jorjir Mosque was founded by Sahib ibn Ebad, the renowned Buyid vizier. For a long time, it served as a smaller Congregational Mosque of the city (compared to the Great Congregational Mosque,). In its heyday, it had a minaret exceeding 100 m-height. Today, only a portal of the Jorjir Mosque exists. Its rich brickwork exemplifies the main characteristic of the Buyid architecture.
Isfahan Priest's House
Excellent and breathtaking Iranian architecture in the Armenian neighborhood
Shah Abbas was determined to turn Isfahan into one of the biggest cities in the world. following the implementation of this important decision, he has benefited the best artists, architectures, and skillful masters. In order to expand the urban area, he had migrated thousands of Armenian families from Jolfaregion in Azerbaijan province to the city of Isfahan, and he had settled them in a region beside the Zayanderud River, called "Jolfa" district.
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