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The world's largest and most beautiful mosaic carpet has turned into a major tourist attraction in the Iranian city of Tabriz, the tourism capital of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in 2018.
Dowlatabad garden is among the most beloved and iconic landscapes of Iran with distinctive properties, picture-postcard views of water stream and the historic Persian pavilions.
The city of Khusf, located 36 km west of the capital of South Khorasan Province in eastern Iran, is one of the oldest cities of the province.
Nehchir Citadel is a historical building located near the city of Mobarakeh in Isfahan Province, central Iran. The magnificent structure dates back to the Safavid era, and has been restored during the Qajar period.
A Swiss professor of architecture believes that Islamic architecture has deep roots in the Persian culture and art, and has been developed from Iran to other Muslim countries.
Two Iranian architects, who had participated in A’ Design Awards and Competition with a project called “Darvazeh Gilan” (Gate of Gilan), have been honoured by the jury.
Several Iranian architects have once again managed to win the prestigious A’ Design Award 2018 in an unprecedented number of sections.
The historic bazaar of Arak in Iran’s Markazi Province was built as the main marketplace of the city of Arak by Yusef Khan-e Gorji, during the reign of Fat’h-Ali Shah Qajar (1772–1834) when he founded the city of Soltan Abad, the modern-day Arak.