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Tag: historical-place

shahkooh

Shahkooh Village

Shahkooh Village simply symbolizes success in information technology in Iranian villages. Shahkooh village is in Golestan province, northern Iran, and is the first Iranian village to experience communication and facilities via the internet before any other village in the country. Internet training courses and programs in this village have attracted the attention of its people […]

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khan-school

Khan School

Khan school or Madraseh Khan which is one of the most famous and greatest schools in Shiraz, dates back to Safavid era. Imam Gholi Khan, governor of Fars, founded this serene religious school for around 100 students in 1615. This school was built for Mulla Sadra, arguably the single most important and influential philosopher in […]

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sultan-amir-ahmad-bath

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

Kashan is a city what’s common on the route of travelers who are on their way to Isfahan and probably Yazd hereinafter. Kashan is a traditional Iranian city with many sights, stories and surrounding attractive villages to discover. Visit the traditional houses, especially Tabatabai, Brujerdi, Ameri and Abbasi house. These houses feature an incredible architecture, […]

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30tir-street

30 Tir Street Tehran

While Tehran is known as one of the most populated cities in the world, there are a number of places to visit in this city. For instance, historical houses, beautiful palaces, national museums, and of course the Grand Bazaar of Tehran. Most of these monuments are located at the center of Tehran, where it is believed to […]

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nobar-bath

Nobar Bath

Tabriz, the heart of Azerbaijan, the head ,the symbol and the economy hub of Iran and the main connection path between two important continents, Asia and Europe, the capital of Islamic countries , the GLORIOUS land. The Nobar bath is one of the historical baths of Tabriz, Iran. It has been constructed in the center […]

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meymand-village

meymand village

Meymand (also spelt Maymand and Meimand) is a village of troglodytes – cave dwellers – located in the south-eastern Iranian province of Kerman. Meymand village has been continuously inhabited for 2,000 to 3,000 years making it one of Iran’s four oldest surviving villages. Some claim that Meymand village has been inhabited for 12,000 years, that […]

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Mollabashi-house

Mollabashi historical house

Mollabashi or Motamedi house is one of the historic houses of Isfahan which dates back to the Zandieh era and was purchased during the rule of Zell-e Sultan in Isfahan by Mollabashi, the astronomer of Naser al-Din Shah. Mr. Motamedi bought this house in 2001 and repaired the damaged parts of the house. This house […]

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aran-va-bidgol

Aran va Bidgol

Aran va Bidgol is a city and capital of Aran va Bidgol county, Isfahan province, Iran. The area originally consisted of two distinct and separate villages named “Aran” and “Bidgol”. Each village had its own customs, social communications, and dialect. It was situated near the silk road and many caravans passed it on their way from Europe to orient. […]

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abbasi-house

Abbāsi House

Kashan is mostly known for its mesmerizing historic houses. Each house has its own story to tell; therefore, it is enjoyable to visit all of them. One of the most beautiful historic houses in Kashan is the Abbasian Historical House, which like many other houses in the city dates back to the Qajar era. Visiting this […]

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mina's-dome

Mina’s Dome

Mina’s dome is one of the biggest planetariums in Iran. The idea of building such a skyscraper was put forward in 2008, and seven years later, with great effort, the complex was put into operation in 2014. It’s also the biggest planetarium in Middle-East which is located in the Abbasabad Hills area of Tehran and […]

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