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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.
An ancient structure in Iran's northern Golestan province has proved to be resistant to the recent flash floods which hit much of the country over the past weeks.
Golestan Palace is a magnificent structure in Tehran whose construction dates back to the Safavid era, about 440 years ago, but has been renovated for several times in the following centuries.
The school and mosque of Karim Ishan located in Kalaleh County in the northern Iranian province of Golestan is a structure built during the Qajar era.
Dehdashti Mansion, also known as the Oil House, is said to be one of the first residential towers of Iran located in the centre of the southern city of Bushehr.
The Iranian city of Kashan is one of the major tourist attractions of the country, drawing large numbers of visitors each year.
The historical house of Qajar minister Moshir-ol-Molk Ansari in Isfahan is a masterpiece in the history of Persian architecture.