Mesmerizing pure Art
There are places of worship throughout the world that can claim to be extraordinarily beautiful in design and form. Among these places, Iran is home to breathtaking mosques filled with intricate mosaics and a kaleidoscope of colors. Dignified, magnificent, and impressive. The arches, tilework mosaics, and the very round domes are the post-Islamic method of building structures in Iran. However, Iranian architecture has a history from at least 5000 BC to the present which significantly inspired the architecture in India, Turkey, and Tajikistan to Zanzibar.
The First World Windmills in South Khorasan & Sistan- Baluchestan Provinces
Asbads (Windmills) of Iran
Asbads (windmills) of Iran are the oldest windmills in the world. Located in the Iranian town of Nashtifan, initially named Nish Toofan, or "storm's sting," the windmills have withstood winds of up to 74 miles an hour.
In old days, every city across the nation contained several public bathhouses and there was usually one in every district. The citizens took on the expenses of running the traditional bathhouses in accordance with their income. They were marked with their special design and architecture. The bathhouses were constructed in such a way as to keep warm and preserve the steam, given that they had a dual purpose. Besides being a place for washing oneself, they were considered as warm and cozy places where people could relax and enjoy themselves.
Iran Deserts A Different beauty
Desert is a familiar word for Iranians. This word always reminds us of an arid area with few plants. Where you can hardly find water and the living conditions are intolerable. Iran is situated in a high-altitude plateau surrounded by connected ranges of mountains. The well-known deserts of Iran are in two major regions:
1) Dasht-e-Kavir, and 2) Kavir-e-Lut. They are both some of the aridest and maybe hottest areas of their kind in the world.
Kataleh Khour Cave
Kotaleh Khour Cave, located 165 km southwest of Zanjan, is one of the most beautiful caves in the world. The stalagmites in Kotaleh Khour Cave have turned into beautiful shapes by the lapse of time including statue shapes resembling bride and groom, the wedding table, bride-groom alley, candle castle, holy Mary Hall, and withered palm tree give a special glamour to the cave, bewildering visitors. The skeleton of a quadruped animal, which has turned into calcite belonging to the fourth geological era, is seen in one of the chambers of the cave.