Iran Guide

Iran Guide

Yazd Rostam Giv Water Storage

Rostam Giyo reservoir belongs to the Qajar period and is located in Yazd, on the outskirts of Basij Boulevard, and this work has been registered as one of Iran’s national monuments on 2 January 2008. [2] Basij Boulevard, this building has become a beautiful tourist attraction.

Nature of Iran the strangest tree

The strangest tree in Iran is in Astara and in the highlands. In the northern forests you go to, somewhere in the coastal areas of Astara, and even in the highlands, and in the cliffs of Kelardasht, you will find stunning landscapes that transform the forest into beautiful and eye-catching landscapes. Trees with orange, bold yellow, bright red, brown, green garlic that fascinate every passer-by. Nature of Iran the strangest

Isfahan Jolfa district

To say the least, or better yet, there is almost no traveler to Isfahan and not to spend a day or even a few hours to Jolfa. Jolfa is the most sought-after place in Isfahan, after sightseeing in Isfahan, such as Naqsh-e Jahan Square, which can be rotated or raised around the square where one can walk on its bridges and listen to the pleasant Isfahan songs under the Khaju

Isfahan Eight Paradise Palace

The name of the Eighth Paradise has, in its so-called term, mainly meant the vestibule or Entrance to Paradise. The Eight Paradise Mansion is built on two floors, on a rock-cut seat and combines the volumes and architectural spaces in a sophisticated and proportionate manner. In the middle of the building, there is a central and central space that is octagonal in the plan. The two-storey connection is made through

Isfahan Vank Cathedral Church and Museum

Isfahan Tourist Attractions In the eleventh century AH, a number of Armenians residing in present-day Armenia were transferred to Isfahan and settled in a village southwest of Isfahan. The village was named Jolfa. The Safavid kings guaranteed religious liberties based on orders they issued and supported this Armenian minority. Among the inhabitants of Jolfa there were merchants and persons with technical knowledge of that time. With the help and assistance


This military complex was initially built on two mounts during the Sassanid era and the later rebuilt during the Seljuq era. Known as the “castle of a thousand steps” because that’s how many you have to climb to get to the top, Rudkhan Castle is worth the effort. It’s located on forest highs in the beautiful village of Rudkhan in Fuman County. The inscription belonging to this castle is now

Hamedan Esther and Mordechai Tomb

The Esther and Mordechai tomb, located on Shariati Street in Hamedan; is the second most holy place for Jewish people after Jerusalem. ‘Mordecai’ and ‘Esther’ were uncle and nephew  who, according to the historical texts during the Xerxes I (486 to 466 CE), came to the imperial court of the Achaemenid kingdom. Esther, who, with the influence of his uncle, was allowed in the harem of king Xerxes, after some


Hamedan’s handicrafts are full of art and beauty Hamedan has artists and craftsmen who, with their good taste and talents, have shown Hamedan’s beauties and arts to the world. The presentation of these artistries are show off in handicraft shops. Take art to your home by buying Hamedan fine crafts. This province is the symbol of Iranian pottery and woodcarving. The center of pottery is Lalejin in Hamedan province and

Hamedan Ganjnameh

There is a beautiful waterfall which has permanent water and is running in winters too . This nice nature known as “Hamadan Ganjnameh” ( In persian language Ganjnameh means treasure myth and story) in Alvand Mountain near Hamadan. Two stone inscriptions, is quite near the Ganjnameh waterfall , remained from Achaemenid era, amuse attention in the middle of nature reserve. ‌Both of this two historical inscriptions has been carved in


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