The palace is located in the Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan made in the Safavid Era and known for its balcony and music room.
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.
Ta’zieh drama was inscribed in 2010 on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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. …
The construction of the Ganj Ali Khan complex was ordered by Ganj Ali Khan, the ruler of Kerman at the time of the Safavid Dynasty (1501-1736) and its plan was suggested and implemented by architect …
Being part of the Naqsh-e Jahan Square, it connects the square to the bazar, known for its frescos done by Reza Abbasi and used to have a clock and a bronze bell.
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 …
Tekyeh and Hussainiya are two religious units were always prominent as well, especially during Muharram, Safar and Ramadan months to hold occasional mourning ceremonies
One of the many bridges of Isfahan that has a Timurid basis, but was made in Safavid time to link two neighborhood of Isfahan, in 4 floors and 24 springs covered with tile work.
The holy shrine of Fatima Masoumeh is one of the most important religious places in Iran, located in Qom.
The museum is a display of Iranian art from pre-Islamic time to the Qajar Era, with different objects and mediums with 5 halls, 1 pre-Islamic and 4 Islamic one made in Pahlavi time.