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  • The final stop on your day-trip outside the city should be Pasargadae, an Achaemenid political centre that predates Persepolis. Another […]

  • A tour to Persepolis should include a visit to the nearby rock tombs and reliefs of Naqsh-e Rostam and Naqsh-e […]

  • The Shah-e Cheragh Mausoleum (‘King of Light’) mausoleum is the picturesque resting place of two of the martyred brothers of […]

  • Old Bridge Dezful  was constructed during the Sassanide era, and accounts for one of the ancient bridges in the world. […]

  • This church called the bell tower is a collection made during the occupation of Iran. In the world war II, […]

  • Aminiha Hosseiniyeh is a historic hosseiniyeh in the Akhund (Molavi) neighbourhood of Qazvin, Iran. Built in 1858, it comprises 16 […]

  • Alamut Castle was a mountain fortress in the central Alborz Mountains south of the Caspian Sea of Daylam near the […]

  • Chehel sotoun, Qazvin a Safavid pavilion that stands amid gardens in the central square of the old city and in […]

  • Tabi’at Bridge (Persian: پل طبیعت‎‎ Pol-e Tabi’at) is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran, Iran. The 270-metre (890 ft) bridge […]

  • Carpet Museum of Iran is one of the most rewarding to visit of Tehran’s many museums. Most of 100 plus […]

  • Darakeh is an escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Tehran and the closest you’ll get to a genuine […]

  • Tehran’s bustling and chaotic bazaar, reputedly the world’s largest, covers a huge area and includes countless stalls selling just about […]

  • The Niavaran Palace in northern Tehran is another of the last Shah’s palaces now converted in to a museum complex. […]

  • Meymand (also spelt Maymand and Meimand) is a village of troglodytes – cave dwellers – located in the south-eastern Iranian […]

  • The tomb of Shah Nur-eddin Nematollah Vali, poet, sage, Sufi and founder of an order of dervishes, has twin minarets […]

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