Gilan Rural Heritage Museum
If you are going to make familiar with the deep architecture & culture of Guilan province this is the best one. A 45 hectares open-air museum included 9 original traditional Guilan houses that led you to 150 years ago. This museum shows you a variety of original traditional houses with different construction material and style which is mostly mud, wood, and rice stem. All the houses are dedicated to the museum and it took almost 5 years to move the basic structure in this place.
The museum is located at Saravan Forest Park, 18km south of Rasht.
Gheisari Bazaar Isfahan
In terminology, a bazaar is a place for selling and purchasing goods and commodities. From the emergence of the bazaar, the communication corridors between urban space have become better and the main permanent bazaar got organized in every city along the main roads and city passages beginning from the city gate to the center of the town. In other words, the bazaar was a crowded place along which different trades and productive businesses were established. Besides that, bazaars were built in different manners based on geographical locations.
Chal -e Nakhjir Cave
If you take a trip from Isfahan to Tehran or vice versa, on your way near Dilijan Lone of the wonderful phenomena of the world calls you toward itself. Between Naraq and Dilijan Town, right in a place where the exhausting summer heat of Heram Village, if you step inside a multi-million years old cave, Chal-Nakhjir Cave, even for some minutes, it is as if you step in another season. It is right, Chal-Nakhjiror Nakhcheer Cave is one of the wonders of creation that surprise every human being.
Atashga Mount Isfahan
A Commemorated Fire Temple from the last Sovereign before Islam in Esfahan. Isfahan fire temple or Atashgah Mounties a historical monument in Esfahan located 8 km West of Isfahan and 2 km of Monar Jonban (Shaking Minarets) on the way to Najaf Abad. Being called Mehrbin, this monument was built during the Sassanid era in which Zoroastrian priests placed the sacred fire in this eight-angle structure.
Sardar é Bagh Melli or The Gate of National Garden
One of the old and famous streets of Tehran is Imam Khomeini Street (Sepah). This street is a bed of old and beautiful buildings, which has left us from the past. One of the most beautiful historical monuments in the bustle of the street is shining like candlelight and it is National Garden façade that its magnificence and beauty bring the eye of every passer-by. National Garden façade and Shooting field are two of those old and historic monuments that are located on street, there are many tourists visiting the old town every day to see this collection, and Every day, many tourists come to see the collection in the old part of the city.
The Mystical Wings
Design that is very close to the Faravahar as it appears in Persian art. The graphic evolution from the spread-eagle is evident in the stylized Assyrian version of the design, where the bird's legs are abstracted into wavy streamers on either side of the disc which ends either in claws or in scrolls, as they do in the Persian design. By the time of the Achaemenid kings (dynasty flourished from about 600 B.C. to 330 B.C.), then, the design that would become the Faravahar had already been in use for at least 1000 years, from Egypt to Syria and then to Assyria.
Iran's nature fascinates you
Iran; The Land of Four Seasons
The various climates and geography of Iran make this place an ideal for environment-lovers to study the unique characteristics this land has to offer. Iran is located in the heart of the Middle East, bordering the European countries from the west and north-west, the vast regions of Asia, including south and Southeast Asia, from the east, Central Asia from the north and African and the Arab states of the Persian Gulf from the south.
Have you ever visited Iran
If you are going to planning to travel to Iran and you have never been to this beautiful paradise, this information will help you a lot. The friendliest country on earth is welcoming you. Iran is the jewel in the crown of Islam where you can see a combining of glorious Iranian-Islamic architecture with a warm welcome and taste of history.
On the roads in Iran
A Quick Glance at Hidden Gems
What do you recall when you hear the name Iran or Persia? At first, the names may conjure up images of colorful Persian rugs, adorable Persian cats, or even seductive Persian eyes. If the readers are a bit familiar with the history and culture of the Near East, they might think of cities such as Shiraz or Isfahan, and historical attractions like Persepolis and Pasargad (tomb of Cyrus the Great, founder of the Achaemenid dynasty). While the above mentioned are commonly associated with Iran, the main goal of this article is to focus on some of the lesser-known attractions of Iran.
Seljuk Minarets of Esfahan, Decorated City Guides
Minarets were used as observation posts or watchtowers and guided desert caravans towards the cities both in pre-Islamic as well as the post-Islamic periods. Nowadays they stand high and proud in the cities and their outskirts. They are of great significance both architecturally, and with their brick ornamentations, aesthetically.
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