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Tehran: Navab High Way

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The Golestan Palace is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran's capital city, Tehran. One of the oldest historic monuments in the city of Tehran

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Darband:It is the beginning of a popular hiking trail into Mount Tochal, which towers over Tehran. A chairlift is also available for those not interested in hiking.

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Estakhr City

Estakhr City
Another important archaeological site at Marvdasht, Estakhr has produced relics from the Achaemenid period to the early Islamic. Moreover, scholars speculate that the date of the city's founding is even more ancient, though the original settlement may have been located at some distance from the later metropolis. The city and its surrounding area are today locally called Takht-e Tavus ("the Peacock's Throne").

Marvdasht Plain

Marvdasht
Marvdasht Plain as old as Iran history
Despite its relatively small size, the plain of Marvdasht contains the most important relics from the Achaemenid and Sasanian periods in Fars, if not in the whole of Iran. These sights can be seen on a one-day trip from Shiraz. The plain of Marvdasht lies to the northeast of Shiraz. It stretches for some 40 km from north to south, and 30 km from west to east.

Afifabad (Golshan) Garden

Afifabad (Golshan) Garden
With an area of about 127,000 sq. m, the Afifabad (Golshan) Garden is one of the largest and best-planned historical gardens in Shiraz. Its history dates back to the Safavid period, when it was reserved for the court, and when a strong fort occupied part of the garden's territory. Under the Qajars, Mirza Mohammad Ali Khan, the second Qavam al-Molk, bought the Limak stream for irrigating the garden. He also reorganized the compound, and in 1867 commenced the construction of a beautiful two-story building here.

Shapuri Garden

Shapuri Garden
An impressively beautiful and very atmospheric complex of a two-story pavilion and a garden were designed by Abolqasem Mohandesi in 1930-35. It is entered through an ornate gate, lost in the alleys of the busy Anvari district. The best view of the garden with its ponds and fountains is opened from the balcony of the mansion. Until 2008, the complex was privately owned, but currently, it is registered as a national heritage and has been carefully renovated. The mansion houses a traditional restaurant.

Eram Garden

Eram Garden
Shiraz is world-famous for its gardens, Eram being the most celebrated. The garden traces its history from the Seljuk period and was much enlarged during the subsequent years. During the 18th century, the garden was owned by the leader of the Qashqai tribe, Mohammad Ali Khan Ilkhan, and its first pavilion seems to date from this time.

Saadi Shirazi

Saadi Shirazi
Abū-Muhammad Muslih al-Dīn bin Abdallāh Shīrāzī, better known by his pen-name Saadi, Mosharraf al-Din, bynamed Saadi, was born in Shiraz around 1200. Little is known of his life - not even the exact date of his birth. However, it is known that he lost his father in early childhood and was sent to Baghdad to study at Nezamiyeh College, where he acquired the traditional sciences of the time.

Mausoleum of Saadi

Mausoleum of Saadi
The great Persian Traveler poet
The first mausoleum on the site of Saadi's burial place was built by his contemporary admirers and was already standing in 1292. Ibn Batutta gives a detailed account of the memorial during his visit in 1347, fifty-five years after Saadi's death. The original mausoleum was shattered in an earthquake and was rebuilt during the rule of Karim Khan Zand, who gave the order to create a large, stately burial chamber for the great poet.

Delgosha Garden

Delgosha Garden
Probably dating from as far back as the Sassanid period, the Delgosha ("Heart's Ease") Garden has been recorded as a promenade since at least the Timurid period. The garden was expanded throughout the Safavid reign but was burnt down in 1744 by Nader Shah's troops during the revolt of Taqi Khan Shirazi, the ambitious Governor-general of Fars.

Khaju Kermani's Tomb

Khaju Kermani's Tomb
Kamal al-Din Mahmud, bynamed Khaju Kermani, is one of the most famous poets of 14th-century Iran. He was born in Kerman in 1290 but left his hometown in his early youth to visit the most important cities of the Islamic world. He came to Shiraz during the rule of Abu Said, the Ilkhanid ruler, and died there at the age of 64. Khaju was an ardent follower of the Morshediyeh Sufi sect.

Koran Gate

Allah Akbar Gorge and the Koran Gate
The isolated hills to the north of Shiraz, separated from each other by ravines, are locally called tang. Of these, Allah Akbar Gorge is the most famous. It is located between Mount Chehel Maqam and Mount Baba Kuhi and is watered by the famous Rokni spring and Roknabad qanat. From the top of the steep slopes of the gorge, which serves as a natural entrance to Shiraz, there is a striking view of the city.

Haft Tanan Crypt (Museum of Historical  Stones)

Haft Tanan Crypt (Museum of Historical  Stones)
Haft Tanan means "seven bodies", and the site is called so because of the seven tombs located in its courtyard. The tombs reportedly belong to seven dervishes. The identical tombstones, lacking any inscription, were installed in the middle of the courtyard during Karim Khan's rule. Six of them stretch in a row, while the seventh is placed behind them.

Hafez the great Iranian Poet

Hafez the great Iranian Poet
When we speak of 14thcentury Shiraz, or when the city is so much as is mentioned among educated Westerners, people immediately recall the name that has become the very symbol of the Persian lyric for both Eastern and Western readers - that of Mohammad Shams al-Din Hafez. But famous as this poet is in both East and West, and as much as his poetry has been interpreted and analyzed, our knowledge of Hafez's life remains sadly inadequate.

Mausoleum of Hafez

Mausoleum of Hafez
When Hafez died, he was buried in the Mosalla cemetery, which stretches from the north bank of the Dry River and Imamzadeh Ali ibn Hamzeh, to the foothills of Mount Chehel Maqam; most of it has been demolished during city construction projects. It is said that the orthodox refused to have Hafez buried in a Muslim cemetery because of his anti-orthodox, sensual poetry; however, influenced by an oracle taken from his poetry they finally agreed to a proper burial.

Armenian Church of St. Mary Shiraz

Armenian Church of St. Mary
Since records of Armenians living in Shiraz go back to at least the 16th century, it seems natural that there should be a historical church building in Shiraz. St. Mary's Armenian Church was built in 1662, at the time of Shah Abbas II Safavid. It stands in the midst of a neat, garden-like compound on the site where previously stood a small chapel.

Moshir al-Molk Mosque

Moshir al-Molk Mosque
The beautiful religious building remained from the Qajar era, the Moshir al-Molk mosque was built on the initiative of Mirza Abulhasan Moshir al-Molk, the great ruler of the province of Fars during the Qajar period. The construction lasted ten years and was completed in 1858. These dates can be read on the different Evans of the mosque - 1849 in the west and 1858 in the east.