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Maranjab Caravanserai, Host for Lovers of History and Nature

Maranjab Caravanserai, Host for Lovers of History and Nature
Maranjab Caravanserai with more than 300 years of history, near NamakLake (Salt Lake)and at the heart of a desert with the same name has been a safe shelter for travelers from the distant past. Its fresh drinkable water, one of the uncovered miracles of this castle, has been call shop for passing caravans in this desert. This caravanserai is located on Silk Road. Nowadays, Maranjab Caravanserai is a host for lovers of history and nature and every year attract many domestic and foreign tourists to this area to touring Maranjab Desertinside an undefinable tranquil silence.

Takht-e Soleyman, A universal heritage

Takht-e Soleyman, A universal heritage
The archaeological site of Takht-e Soleyman, in north-western Iran, Is situated in a valley set in a volcanic mountain region. The site includes the principal Zoroastrian sanctuary partly rebuilt in the Ilkhanid (Mongol) period (13th century) as well as a temple of the Sasanian period (6th and 7th centuries) dedicated to Anahita. The site has important symbolic significance. The designs of the fire temple, the palace, and the general layout have strongly influenced the development of Islamic architecture.

Tchogha Zanbil, An Ancient Grandeur

Tchogha Zanbil, An Ancient Grandeur
The ruins of the holy city of the Kingdom of Elam, surrounded by three huge concentric walls, are found at Tchogha Zanbil which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Founded c. 1250 B.C., the city remained unfinished after it was invaded by Ashurbanipal, as shown by the thousands of unused bricks left at the site.Outstanding Universal Value Located in ancient Flam (today Khuzestan province in southwest Iran), Tchogha Zanbil (Dur-Untash, or the City of Untash, in Elamite) was founded by the Elamite king Untash-Napirisha (1275-1240 BCE) as the religious center of Elam.

A Tour Throughout Reza Abbassi Museum

A Tour Throughout Reza Abbassi Museum
Among rush and bustle of Shariati street of Tehran near Seyed Khandan street, just by a distance of a wall, borders of time are broken and a treasure of Iranian civilization, Reza Abbasi Museum, attracts every passerby. In this article, in addition to introducing the Reza Abbasi Museum, some important points about manners and formalities of Visitors visiting museums are explained. Introducing Reza Abbasi: Reza Abbasi (15651635AD) was the most famous painter during the reign of Shah Abbas Safavi.

A Journey through the National Museum

A Journey through the National Museum of Iran-Tehran
Iran has a fairly long history of human occupation, extending well over one million years. Not all of this long span, however, is considered 'history' in the strictest sense, i.e., recorded by the documentary - written - evidence. In fact, writing is a fairly recent innovation in human history, emerging some 5,000 years ago as a result of major developments amongst human societies.

Land of Waves and Corals, Ever-Spring Land, Chabahar

Land of Waves and Corals, Ever-Spring Land, Chabahar
In southeastern of Iran, along seashores of Makran Sea and the Indian Ocean lies a jewel of unknown beauties. A land whose four seasons is one and that is the beautiful spring. A land full of wonders and a paradise of unknowns that enamors any visitor and tourist. I remember for the first time when I had a trip to this part of our infinite beautiful country, Iran, on my way near the city of Iranshahr, the nature around the road began to change as if I were about to enter a new land, and the more I got closer to Chabahar port the more attractive the nature became, and absorb eyes of any passer.

A horrible destination, Kal-e Jeni Canyon

A horrible destination, Kal-e Jeni Canyon
The mysteries and wonders of nature always attract human beings to them. Some are adventurous and set off for mysteries and wonders, and others take care and wait for the truth to be discovered. Discovering the truths is the stimulus of the road. Follow us, we are going to the Kal-e Jeni region, in Tabas county, in South Khorasan province.

Iran's desert a Charming rough

Iran's desert a Charming rough, where amaze all visitors
When thinking of a natural destination, usually the images of rainforests, lakes, and waterfalls come to mind. Maybe fewer people pay attention to the desert areas and think about their beauties. But the fact is that Iran, with the forest, sea, waterfalls and thousands of other natural attractions, also has magnificent deserts. These homogeneous areas of the earth have a strange silence and tranquility. The warm, sandy breezes make walking a pleasure and a memorable experience for everyone.

The most beautiful decorative ceilings

The most beautiful decorative ceilings

These ceilings with breathtaking decoration will fascinate you.
Religious sites, charities and especially mosques have a special position among Muslims. These places have various religious, cultural, social and economic application from the past. Thus, they have special position in Iranian and Islamic culture. Although Islamic thought is based on the simple life, but due to the importance of these places, the most beautiful architectural decorations have been applied to them.

Iran World Heritage Sites

Iran World Heritage Sites
The Islamic Republic of Iran enjoys various tangible and intangible heritage that signify its cultural and ritual diversities, rich history of civilization, epochal monuments, unique natural sites, and rituals. This cultural diversity has been the result of the deep civilization of Iran and the efforts of the peoples of this land over the past years. This genuine civilization is a valuable gift to all the people of the world. UNESCO's list is a major universally reference of world cultural heritage.  It includes all tangible and intangible cultural heritage of a country, and now Iran has recorded 23 monumental and also registered several and many more on the waiting list.

Khorhe Temple,  The only example of Greek architecture in Iran

Khorhe Temple,  The only example of Greek architecture in Iran
The Khorhe historic site is one of the historical monuments of the Parthian era, located in the northeastern of Mahallat city in the central province.
Some Iranologists has been attributed to Parthian and Seleucid Empire periods. The evidence obtained from this place belongs to the Parthian Period and the first millennium BC.

A STREET FOR DIALOGUE IN TEHRAN

A STREET FOR DIALOGUE IN TEHRAN

CROSSROAD OF RELIGIONS AT 30 TIR STREET

One of the most important Iran's cultural features is the coexistence and the common life of different religions(Jewish, Christian, Zoroastrian). This cultural feature in this land, as well as in many cities of Iran, has been from hundreds of years ago. The main cities of Iran, such as Isfahan, Shiraz, Yazd, and Tehran, have this important feature. There is one of these cultural attributes at 30 Tir street- Tehran.

Feen Garden Kashan

Feen Garden Kashan
Kashan is located at the edge of the desert at 220 km distance of south of Tehran and 86 Km of the south of Qom. Fin is one of the promenade areas around Kashan. We can assume the proportion of Fin to Kashan as Tajrish to Tehran. The area where Fin garden is located known as "Feen Kochack (small Feen)" that is located at the southwest wing of Kashan. The historical garden of Feen is located at the end of the southeast of Fin road (Amir Kabir St.) in Kashan and in the vicinity of Soleyman historical spring. In the past, there was a set of gardens and Feen garden was the main and indeed the pearl of that set.

Esfahan The City of Garden Designing

Esfahan: The City of Garden Designing
Due to the Zayandeh Rood and the network of ditches (Madi) in Esfahan, it has enjoyed a verdant coverage characterized it locally and internationally Thus, the majority of the historians since the 8th century A.D. have recounted the names of Isa Ibne Ayoub and 'Abd-ol-Aziz gardens from the Deylamite period. Garden designing was of the most important items in city arrangement during the Seljuk Dynasty in Esfahan, where the name Chahar Bagh is one of them.

Atigh Great Mosque, the oldest mosque in Isfahan

Esfahan: Atigh Great Mosque
The fact is that the Atigh Great Mosque, the oldest mosque in Isfahan, is certainly well-known as one of the Particular historical monuments for either the Islamic history or beginning of civilization. However, it almost backdates to 1300 years ago (reigning time of Abbasian caliphs), and it can be noticed as a sensible and spiritual structure in many aspects that include the architectural, artistic, scientific and influential efforts in religious cultural, political and social fluctuations due to the different eras.