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Sahebgharanieh  Palace is located at Shemiran north of Tehran

Sahebgharanieh Palace
A Journey to the History, Culture, and  Literature of Iran
Shemiran which makes the Northern margin of Tehran today, about one century and a half ago entailed a group of villages that were far from the city limits of Tehran of that period of time. "Gordbeh" was the name of one of these villages that had a reedy place beside itself. During his period of reign, Fath Ali Shah of Qajar ordered his men to make a summer resort instead of that reedy area which was a summer quarter and garden with an approximate measurement of 12 Hectares.

Iran with more than 12,000 years old history and with more than 1,000,000 historical sites

Historical works that introduced Iran to tourists
Iran with more than 12,000 years old history and with more than 1,000,000 historical sites is one of the oldest countries in the world. 23 of Iran historical sites and also 1 Natural site recorded in UNESCO. Also, some Iranian historical sites are waiting to record at UNESCO. Here is the list of the top 10 historical sites of Iran at  UNESCO.

One of the Iranian masterpieces architectural

One of the Iranian masterpieces architectural in the desert areas is the Windcatcher. This invention of Iranian architects has a very simple appearance but is very complex and technical. This architectural technique caused an easier life for the desert-inhabited areas. The Windcatcher is one of the magnificent symbols of Iranian civilization. Today, these Wind catchers have become a symbol of the tourists' interest to visit them.

An old water supply system


Aqueduct (Qanat) or underground canals is the most important invention and amazing achievement of Iran's hot desert habitant for irrigating fields and houses and resisting the dry desert of Iran. Qanat is one of the most important masterpieces of Iranian engineering and architecture also is one of the most important and valuable inventions of Iran's Hydraulic engineering

The world's tallest brick Tower

Gonbad-e Qabus (Tower), The world's tallest brick tower
This tall tower is located at  Gonbad-e Qabus city, Iran, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since  2012. It has been registered as a World Heritage Site, in the tower's upcoming 1,000th anniversary. It laid at the city center of  Gonbad-e Qabus with 72 meters (236 ft) height (including the height of the platform).