The adobe minaret dates back to the Sassanid era.
Chak Chak is very popular with both Zoroastrian pilgrims and Muslim tourists. But between June 14 and 18 each year, it is only open to Zoroastrian worshipers.
Some old professions have been revived at Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai to mark Qazvin Day.
Different sections of the ancient bazaar were constructed during the reign of different rulers of the city.
The temple which dates back to the Parthian era was the largest Zoroastrian place of worship during that period.
The house which is an architectural masterpiece was built in 1835.
The widespread availability of wind has made it possible for all to use windmills.
The Society for Iranian Archeology has expressed its deep sorrow for the loss of Khaled Asaad, a guardian of the common heritage of mankind.
The salt dome of Darabgerd is now an unrivalled tourist attraction in Fars Province.
The public bath was constructed below ground level to save energy and tap into groundwater sources.