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.
Located in central Iran, Fin Garden is well-known not only for its beautiful architecture, but also an important historical event.
The Palace of Niavaran in Shemiranat, northern Tehran, is an important example of Persian architecture in the 20th century.
Utility systems have seen much improvement over the last half-century thus allowing for tonnes of incredibly important additions to your home; with light switches controlled remotely and ovens too, there is no shortage of smart, essential, and downright awesome utilities your household needs.
The Vali Castle is a major tourist attraction in Iran’s western province of Ilam as the site has turned into a museum since a decade ago.
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.