Laft, which is a small, beautiful village in Iran's Qeshm Island, was registered as a national site in 2006. It is know as the port of wind-catcher.
The Mollabashi House is a beautiful mansion in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, dating back to the eighteenth century.
The church of Sohreqeh in the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan is a historical building belonging to the Catholic Armenians.
Qadamgah Razavi, a town near the city of Neyshabour in north-east of Iran, is one of the main religious tourist attractions of Khorasan Razavi province.
Masoudieh Palace is an edifice and Persian Garden built during the Qajar era in the historical Square of Baharestan, downtown Tehran.
Haj-Aqa-Torab Bath, also known as the Twin Bath, is a great portrayal of traditional Iranian-Islamic art.
The house of “Motamen-ol-Atebba” – a beautiful building of Qajar era in Oudlajan neighbourhood, downtown Tehran – was decorated on Saturday for Yalda Night celebration.
Tehran recently hosted an event called “paternitecture”, featuring the application of patterns in manmade environments of contemporary Iran.
An Iranian town has been designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as a safe town for children.
A famous historical monument in Iran’s Isfahan, Menar-Jonban dates back to the reign of Ilkhanate dynasty in the 14th century CE.