The Chapel of Dzordzor (also called Church of Tsortsoretsi) is a division of an Armenian monastery situated in Maku County, Iran, which was registered on the List of UNESCO World Heritage in 2008.
Bread or Naan is a main food of Iranian made of wheat flour, in a furnace and notable for the culture of sharing that includes its making and distributing in families.
Kamancheh is an authentic old bowed string musical instrument that was registered by UNESCO in 2017, jointly for Iran and Azerbaijan countries.
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. …
Chogan was a Royal sport in Iran played back over 2000 years ago.
The Traditional Skills of Crafting and Playing Dutar was registered in the list of Intangible World Heritage of UNSECO in 2019.
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 Iranian traditional bazaars are almost active in all cities of Iran and some of them like Tabriz bazaar have global value. The tourists have been always attracted to Iranian bazaars and got familiar with …
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
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.
The mosque is part of the Naqsh-e Jahan Square, it is one of the biggest mosques of Isfahan built in Safavid time with Haft-Rang Tile and a deviation of direction to face the Kiblah.