The ancient city of Shush (Susa) with sections like the royal city, Apadana Palace, Shush Castle and Artaxerxes Palace, located in city of Shush, Khuzestan Province.
Shah Abbas I of the Safavid Dynasty ordered the construction of this mosque in 1602 and was completed in 1619 and he named it after a clergyman of Lebanese nationality called Sheikh Lotfollah.
The archeological landscape of the Sassanid era in Fars region is composed of three historical-geographical areas of Bishapour, Firouzabad and Sarvestan. It’s the twenty-third Iranian landscape registered on UNESCO’s word heritage list and the fourth …
Qanat or Kariz comprises of underground horizontal channels with gentle slope that delivers subterranean water to vertical shafts
It is the second most important church of Iran after Saint Thaddaeus Church located in Jolfa and belonging to Gregory’s followers. It was made in the 9th c. and restored in Safavid and Qajar.
Meymand is one of the rocky village of the world that people are still living in and it has about 400 houses with some public places like mosque, school and Hosayniya
The Monastery of Saint Thaddeus was inscribed on the List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2008.
Iran’s Hyrcanian Forests were inscribed in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site on 5 July 2019
Ardabil province is located in the northwest of Iran; its center is Ardabil city, known for historical Sheikh Safi Complex, hot spas, and ski resorts.
Fars province is located in the central part of Iran, with Shiraz as its center known as Iran’s cultural capital due to its numerous cultural significances.
However, what makes the province more attractive are architectural styles of its clay buildings, introducing it as the second largest clay city in the world according to UNESCO.
Located in the western part of Iran, Zanjan province is mainly identified with Soltaniyeh Dome, Saltmen Museum, Chalabioghlou Mausoleum, and Dashkasan Temple.