Travel Guide of Persia, You Are Invited!
Referred to as the green gold, pistachio is a very delicious nut planted in Iran. It has different usages such as in sweets and dishes. Souvenirs take Pistachio as a souvenir of Iran back home.
The mausoleum was inspired by Gonbad-e Qabus and made in Qajar time in Hamedan hosting the graves of Avicenna and his patron Abu Saeed Dakhdouk.
he mausoleum of one of the descendant of third Shiite Imam located in Tehran, made in the Seljuk time, and developed in later eras especially Safavid and Qajar.
The museum is located in Tehran, in a house that belonged to Qavam, a courtier of Qajar Era, in two stories and five halls.
Chehel Sotoun pavilion located in the city of Qazvin, also known as Kolah Farangi mansion, is the only palace left from Shah Tahmasb Safavi’s royal palaces.
The palace used to be a pavilion in a Persian Garden that just the palace is remained, dating back to Safavid time with a huge balcony, Eighteen Column Hall, Mirror Hall, and four stone lions. …
Dar ul-Funun as the first modern university and more broadly, the first modern educational institute in Iran (Tehran) was founded by Amir Kabir in 1851.
The Falak ol-Aflak Castle located on a hill overlooking Khorramabad City, Lorestan Province dates back to the Sassanid Empire (224-651 CE).
The biggest trading section of Tehran, dating back to Safavid and Qajar Era with more than 10 km of length, the tradesmen of this bazaar had a crucial role in the Constitutional Revolution of the …
The holy shrine of Fatima Masoumeh is one of the most important religious places in Iran, located in Qom.
The museum is located in the basement of National Bank in Tehran possessing the Peacock Throne, The Daryaye Noor (Sea of Light) Diamond, different Kings’ Crowns and the Gold Globe.
The mosque is in Shiraz, built in the 20th c. by the order of governor and famous for its windows that are filled with colored glasses that reflect light in different shades of red and …