The historical caravanserai of Yam, located in the city of Marand in north-western Iran, once used to be an important place on the way of Silk Road.
Remains of over a dozen humans and animals have been unearthed in the ancient ruins of Persepolis in southern Iran.
The historical house of Malek is located in Bein ol-Haramein Bazaar in the heart of the Iranian capital.
A precious antique cup has been dug out at Iran’s Hassanlou historical site, which is one of the most important ancient spots in the Iranian plateau with international reputation.
The Tughrul Tower is a remnant of Seljuk period located in Rey, southern Tehran.
The Temple of Anahita, an ancient monument dating back to the Parthian era (247 BCE – 224 CE), is the second stone building of Iran.
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.
Iran has officially objected to Ankara’s proposal for the registration, by UNESCO, of what it calls “Islamic calligraphy” as part of Turkey’s intangible cultural heritage.
Shir Qaleh or the Castle of Lions is located on the top of a mountain in central Iran.