Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace is one of the magnificent palace complexes in Iran. Currently, this 18th-century masterpiece is the only UNESCO recognized heritage in Tehran, the capital of Iran. Mainly, this palace belongs to the 18th and 19th centuries. However, it holds a collection of art and stories about years before and after it. It is a [...]
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Ali Qapu

Ali Qapu is an imperial Palace on the western side of the UNESCO recognized Naqsh-e Jahan Square. This Palace is a collection of architectural highlights and splendor of Safavid Dynasty with 400 years of antiquity. As one of the four corners of an important square, this imperial palace is a symbol of power. It has [...]
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Yalda Night

Yalda Night or Shab-e Yalda is one of the most ancient fall/winter festivals in Iran. Notably, other famous names of this event are Zayeshmehr and Shab-e Cheheleh. Accordingly, on December 21st, the last day of Azar on Persian calendar, Iranians celebrate this night every year. Actually, the last day of Azar is the last day [...]
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Eram Garden

Eram Garden is one of the most beautiful Persian Gardens in Shiraz, Iran. This Garden is one of the 9 Persian Gardens that has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There is a world of genius behind the architecture and design of this garden. Plus, there are philosophical, symbolic and religious concepts behind [...]
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Jameh Mosque of Yazd

Jameh mosque of Yazd is one of the most notable attractions in Iran. This ancient mosque is a one of the masterpieces of the UNESCO Historic City of Yazd. After passing through the famous old-styled alleys of the city, the high minarets of the mosque come into view. Accordingly, the two minarets of the portal [...]
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