The largest stone complex of Iran belongs to Achaemenid Empire which is located in Fars province. It was registered in list of World Heritage in 1979.
Chogha Zanbil is an ancient Elamite complex in the Khuzestan province. It is the earliest Iranian building registered in UNESCO.
An important fire temple of Sasanid Dynasty in Takab city in south of West Azerbaijan province which was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage in 2003
The complex of Pasargadae World heritage consists of archeological structures remained from Achaemenid Empire which is located in Pasargad County of Fars Province
The Dome of Soltaniyeh in Zanjan Province is one of the biggest brick tombs in the world, it is also the tomb of Oljaytu, the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty rule
Bisotun inscription (Kermansha Province) is one of the largest rock reliefs of the world and the most important historical document remained from Achaemenid Era
Chapel of Dzordzor, Saint Thaddeus Church and Saint Stephanos Church are the Armenian Monastic Ensembles located in East and West Azerbaijan Province.
The hydraulic system of Shushtar is an interconnected complex of vast bridges, dams, mills, waterfalls and canals which lead the flow of water
Sheikh Safi-ad-din Ardabili tomb which is located in Ardabil City is a globally registered work that includes the tomb of many Safavid kings and elders, it has a religious atmosphere
Tabriz Bazaar is one of the largest indoor bazaars in the world which has the most perfect social organization among the bazaars of Iran
The Persian garden with a quadripartite plan includes surrounding wall, passageways, shading trees, aqueduct, pool, pavilion and portal entrance.
The 10th century cylindrical tower of Qabus is in the city of Jorjan, Golestan Province, by the order of Kavus, to be used as a mausoleum.