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مسجد-آبی-تبریز

Blue Mosque

Iran has so many mosques displaying ancient Persian art and architecture. As a historical city, there are a number of must-see monuments in the city of Tabriz. One of these grand structures is the Blue Mosque in Tabriz, a masterpiece from centuries ago which is covered beautifully with blue tiles. It is a rare mosque […]

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قزوین

Qazvin Jameh Mosque

The Congregational mosque of Qazvin, also known as Masjed Jāme-e Kabīr, is located on the western side of Shohada Street. The mosque is a real museum of Iranian-Islamic art, and architecture: including exquisite decorations and architectural plans from early centuries of Islamic period to the Qajar era. As the story goes, the mosque was built […]

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St.Mary-Church

Church of Saint Mary

St. Mary Church (Also known as Naneh Maryam Church) is an ancient Assyrian church located in the city of Urmia (Orumieh), West Azerbaijan province in Iran. It is considered by some historians to be the second oldest church in Christendom after the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem in the West Bank. Saint Mary’s church […]

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Ilam-city

shush castle

The ancient city of Susa has been one of the oldest civilization centers and one of the most famous cities in the world, the capital of several thousand years of the Ilam city, as well as the Achaemenid Empire’s winter capital. It is the center of the Ilam civilization, located 150 kilometers east of the […]

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Kaleybar-City

Babak Fort

Babak is a fort located at the top of a mountain close to Kaleybar City in East Azerbaijan Province which is attributed to Babak Khorramdin, the Iranian commander who rebelled against Abbasids after Abu Moslem Khorasani. Babak Khoramdin Castle, known as the Babak Fortress located 50 kilometers north Aharcity. At west highlands of great river […]

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Tughrul-Tower

Tughrul Tower

Surrounded by a beautiful garden, this 20-meter-high Seljuk tower is located in the historic city of Rey, south of Tehran. The name ‘Toghrol’ apparently implies the belief that the tower is the resting place of Toghrul-Beg, the founder of Seljuk Dynasty; this belief though is under question and some other names have also been suggested […]

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Damghan

Tarikhaneh Mosque

Tarikhaneh Mosque or Chehel Sotoun (40 Columns) Mosque is one of the oldest historical sites in Damghan. Located southeast of Damghan, this mosque is one of the first Islamic places of worship built in Iran. Tarikhaneh Mosque has been built over the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple. Consisting of the words ‘Tari’ […]

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Historical-mosque

Jameh Mosque of Sari

Mosques (Masjids) are one of the important places of worship for Muslims, especially collective worship in the holy month of Ramadan. Consequently, there are mosques in almost all of the Islamic cities or even villages. By the spread of Islam in Iran, in the 7th century, the structure of Iranian cities had changed and mosques, […]

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Agha-Bozorg-Mosque

Agha Bozorg Mosque and School

The historical Kashan has a wide range of attractions to offer to cultural enthusiasts. Despite all the fancy historical houses like Tabatabaei House and Ameri House, the adventurous Abyaneh Village, and convoluted Kashan Bazaar, the fabulous Agha Bozorg Mosque is awaiting you to make you even more surprised. It is a wonderful embodiment of Persian […]

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Darulfonoun-School

Dar ul-Funun School

Darulfonoun School (Dar ul-Funun) is the name of an old school located on Naser Khosrow Street in Tehran by Amir Kabir (1807-1852), the prime minister of Qajar monarch Nasser-al Din Shah (1831-1896). It is considered the first modern institution of higher education of the country. After a trip to Russia, Amir Kabir realized the country’s […]

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