Iran’s share in the list of World Heritage is 24 tangible heritages, 13 intangible heritages and 10 works in Memory of the World Programme
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.
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
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.
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.