Rasht Bazaar

Rasht Bazaar | Festival of Colors and Delicious Foods

Iranian traditional Bazaars are well known worldwide. Like any other Persian Grand Bazaars, Rasht Great Bazaar is also a daily host for locals and tourists.
Kerman bazar

The Historical-Cultural structure of Kerman | A grand bazaar with 600 years of history

One of the main reasons of the establishment of Kerman city was its geographical location. From a long time ago, Kerman functioned as an intersection, since it connected West to the East, and North to the South
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Natural-Historical Complex Cave of Karaftoo | The longest hand-carved cave in Iran

Karaftoo Cave is located in the Kurdistan province, near the city of Divandarreh and on the east of Saghez, in the form of a giant rock of limestone in a 45 degree slope surface.
Ghasre shirin

The Historic Ensembles of Ghasr-e Shirin | A symbol of Sassanid architecture and civilization

Historic Ensembles of Ghasr-e-Shirin are located in the Ghasr-e-Shirin town of Kermanshah province. Based on the researches, this town dates back to Sassanid Empire and it is one of the most important tourist attractions of Kermanshah
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University of Tehran | The biggest university in Iran

Tehran University, which was established by the order of Reza Shah Pahlavi, is the biggest higher education center in Iran, and also one of the oldest universities around the world. Today, it is known as the best university in Iran. It was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Shavur Palace

Susa (Shoosh) | An ancient center of civilization

The ancient city of Susa was one of the world’s most famous cities, capital of Elamite for thousand years and also the winter capital of Achaemenid Empire
Namakdan Salt dome

Salt domes of Iran | Extraordinary examples of evolution of geologic history

Salt domes, one of the main units of structural geomorphology in Iran, are unique in their diversity, form, formation process and development.

Ganjnameh | A mixture of history and nature

Ganjnameh ancient inscriptions are located in 12 kilometers southwest of Hamedan. Dating back to Achaemenid Empire, this place contains both a historical and a natural tourist attraction site.