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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.
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Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran | Outstanding examples of Armenian architecture

The Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran consists of three photogenic churches: St. Thaddeus Monastery and the Chapel of Dzordoz that are located in Western Azerbaijan province, and Saint Stepanos Monastery that is located in Eastern Azerbaijan province.
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Damavand Mountain | The highest peak in Iran

Damavand Mountain is located in the central part of Alborz Mountain range, on the south of the Caspian Sea and is visible from Tehran, Qom and Varamin if the weather is not foggy or polluted. Damavand Mountain, with an altitude of 5671 meters, is a potentially active volcano, the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcano in Asia.
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Bastam and Kharghan | Home of Iran’s mysticism

Bastam and Kharghan are two famous towns in Shahrud, Semnan province, where great mystics were born. Iran’s desert area has always been a combination of nature and mysticism throughout the history
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Izakhast Complex | World’s second largest mud-brick structure

The Historical Complex of Izadkhast has attracted the attention of many archeologists with its unique urban design and architecture.
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Ramsar | The bride of Iran’s cities

Located in the west of Mazandaran province, Ramsar, the bride of Iran’s cities, is one of the most beautiful attractions in the north of Iran.
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Naghsh-e-Rajab | stony pictures of Sassanid Empire

Naghsh-e Rajab is an archeological site,Naghsh-e Rajab was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, along with Naghsh-e Rostam.