The Atigh Grand Mosque of Shiraz is one of the city’s oldest mosques, registered in the Iranian national heritage list in 1932.
East Azarbaijan province in northwestern Iran is known as the land of forts, including the one named after Zahhak, an evil figure in Persian mythology.
The Grand Mosque of Hamadan in western Iran is one of the country’s oldest mosques.
Located near the city of Qom, central Iran, Kebar Dam is considered to be one of the oldest arched dams in the world.
The Shafi’abad Caravanserai is located in a village with the same name in Kerman province, southern Iran.
Jabalieh Dome is a spectacular octagonal stone building in Kerman province, southeast of Iran, built in the second century BCE.
Located in the city of Khoy in West Azerbaijan Province, Matlab Khan mosque is known as the largest open-air mosque across Iran with unique architectural features.
The Shapoori House in Iran’s southern city of Shiraz has been built more than 80 years ago in the early years of the Pahlavi dynasty.
Laft is a small, beautiful village in Iran's Qeshm Island, which is known as the port of windcatcher.
The Mollabashi House is a beautiful mansion in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, dating back to the eighteenth century.