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Sabalan Mountain | Iran’s third highest mountain

Sabalan Mountain is located in Ardebil province, northwest of Iran and is the third highest mountain in Iran after Damavand and Alamkoh. This beautiful mountain was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites
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Qeshm Island | the beautiful gem of Persian Gulf

Qeshm Island is the largest island in Iran, with a surface area of 1491 square kilometers. Being one of the most marvelous and astonishing attractions of Iran, it is located in Hormozgan province in south of Iran, alongside the Strait of Hormoz.
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The Persian Gardens | Resembling the paradise on earth

Persian gardens are an evident symbols of the Iranian culture of wisdom, thinking, creativity and genius. Their lofty trees, beautiful sweet-scented flowers and relaxing music of water running through them,
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Persian caravansaries | Ancient Iranian inns

A caravansary was an inn on the roadside that travelers could stay and rest during their journey. In Persian language, the word caravansary is composed of ‘caravan’ which means a group of travellers and ‘Sara’ which means a house or place to stay.
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Kaboud (blue) Mosque | The turquoise of Islam

Kaboud Mosque, located in Tabriz, is one of the masterpieces of Iranian art and architecture related to post-Islam time. Being one of the valuable historical sites of Iran, it is a distinguished mosque among other mosques in Iran due to its marvelous decorations and was inscribed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
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Jiroft | A splendid cradle of civilization

Jiroft city is located in southern part of Kerman province and Halil Rood (Halil River), the longest river in the southeast of Iran
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Firoozabad Ensemble | A significance of Persian History

Firoozabad city, formerly known as Gur city, is located in south of Shiraz province. Ardeshir I was its founder and in that time it was called Ardeshir Khowre, which means the glory of Ardeshir.
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Gheisariyeh bazaar of Lar| A model of Iranian historical bazaars

Gheisariyeh Bazaar is located in Lar city of Fars province and is a precious sample of Iran’s old architecture. This beautiful, historical bazaar was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
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Asbads (Windmills) in Iran | Mixtures of art and technology

Asbad is one of the most significant architectural structures in desert climates of Iran, which converts kinetic energy of wind into other forms of energy.