Every year, farmers of Golidagh in Golestan province, north-eastern Iran, dedicate hundreds of hectares of land to sunflower cultivation.
The historical house of Malek is located in Bein ol-Haramein Bazaar in the heart of the Iranian capital.
The Tughrul Tower is a remnant of Seljuk period located in Rey, southern Tehran.
The historical mosque of Hakim is located in an old neighbourhood of Isfahan, a city in central Iran.
Door knockers are among the symbols of Iranian culture that have remained on the doors of old houses in various parts of the country, particularly the Persian Gulf port city of Bushehr.
With an area of 12,000 square metres, the Grand Mosque of Qom is one of the largest religious, historical buildings in Iran.
Colourful windows have always been a prominent and integrable part of Persian architecture since ancient times.
The Monastery of Saint Thaddeus in north-western Iran is considered by some experts to be the oldest church of the Christian world.
The Shafe’i grand mosque in Iran’s western city of Kermanshah highlights an elegant example of Islamic mosques inspired by the Ottoman architecture.
Dating back to the 19th century, the House of "Imam Jomeh" – the Imam of Friday prayers – is a gem in the heart of Tehran.