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Girih is a decorative geometric art form which used to be a major part of architecture and handicrafts in post-Islam Middle East.
A lake and garden representing different forms of art have been inaugurated in the Iranian capital.
Two Iranian architects have earned the title of "Excellence in Innovation" from the UK’s Leading Designers Awards.
The Kharanaq village in central Iranian Yazd province is an ancient village home to unique tourist attractions.
The Jameh (Grand) Mosque of Isfahan is one of the most prominent works of architecture in Iran and the world.
The House-Turned-Museum of Bazaar, which once used to be the house of Sultan Beigom Shojaee – the sister-in-law of the last Qajar King, Ahmad Shah – is one of the 1001 must-see libraries in the world.
Qavam orangery is a garden and mansion in the city of Shiraz, southern Iran. You can travel to old times by walking in this beautiful historical place.
The Hasht Behesht, the world's most beautiful palace in Safavid Era, is located in Iran's Isfahan. The building has also a large garden which is turned into a public park.