A collection of reports and photos of the Iranian-Islamic architecture
Mohammad Moein was a prominent Iranian researcher and professor whose house in Tehran has turned into a museum.
The mansion of Mostofi-ol Mamalek is a 125-year-old Qajar building which somehow represents the contemporary history of Iran.
Nefar or Nepar are small wooden structures built in the paddy fields of Mazandaran villages in northern Iran.
Fresco and mural painting has a long history in Iran, has been of great significance and has contributed to the Persian architecture in different ways.
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.
With an area of 12,000 square metres, the Grand Mosque of Qom is one of the largest religious, historical buildings in Iran.
Colourful windows have always been a prominent and integrable part of Persian architecture since ancient times.
The Shafe’i grand mosque in Iran’s western city of Kermanshah highlights an elegant example of Islamic mosques inspired by the Ottoman architecture.
Soltaniyeh Dome, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwestern Iran, in photos.
Dating back to the 19th century, the House of "Imam Jomeh" – the Imam of Friday prayers – is a gem in the heart of Tehran.
The Atigh Grand Mosque of Shiraz is one of the city’s oldest mosques, registered in the Iranian national heritage list in 1932.
The Grand Mosque of Hamadan in western Iran is one of the country’s oldest mosques.
The city of Arak in central Iran is home to numerous tourist attractions which draw large numbers of visitors every year.
The Shafi’abad Caravanserai is located in a village with the same name in Kerman province, southern Iran.
Jabalieh Dome is a spectacular octagonal stone building in Kerman province, southeast of Iran, built in the second century BCE.
The Shapoori House in Iran’s southern city of Shiraz has been built more than 80 years ago in the early years of the Pahlavi dynasty.
The Mollabashi House is a beautiful mansion in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, dating back to the eighteenth century.