The Takieh of Moaven-ul-Molk in western Iranian city of Kermanshah is the country's finest Hosseinieh, a distinctively Shiite shrine where plays are acted out during the Islamic month of Muharram to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the third Shiite Imam.
The Marble Palace in Ramsar is one of the historic buildings and royal residences located in Ramsar, a city on the coast of the Caspian Sea in Mazandaran province.
Chehel Sotoun is one of Iran’s most famous historical monuments dating back to the Safavid era.
The Rangooniha Mosque is one of Iran’s most invaluable mosques with a completely different architecture.
The historical Nasser-ad-Din-Mirza House is one of two dome-shaped monuments in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Alleys in the city of Bushehr in the southern Iranian Bushehr province smell of spring.
The Four Seasons (Chahar Fasl) Bathhouse, which used to be the largest bathhouse of Iran, is located in the city of Arak in Markazi province, central Iran.
A garden which used to be the personal home and entertainment resort of Hassan Vosough od-Dowleh, the prime minister of Iran during the Qajar rule, has been converted into a public park.
An Iranian female artist builds miniature replicas of traditional Iranian houses in a way that no one can believe they are not real.
The small ponds or pools known as howz, once an integral part of houses in Iran, are among the wonders of the Persian architecture.