"Iran's top 10 tourist destinations"
Iran has a lot of tourist attractions, most of them are registered in UNESCO World Heritage. In this article, we introduce a few numbers of them so that you can easily visit and enjoy the attractions when you travel to Iran.
Tchogha Zanbil is located in the southwest of Iran, in Khuzestan province and in the city of Shoush. This sanctuary was built by Antas Gall (around 1250 BC), the great king of the ancient Elam. The ruins of the holy city of the Kingdom of Elam, surrounded by three huge concentric walls, are found at Tchogha Zanbil. Founded c. 1250 B.C.,
Persepolis is one of the ancient cities of Iran, which for many years has been the capital of the kingdom of Iran during the Achaemenid Empire. Persepolis is located north of Marvdasht, north of Fars province (northeast of Shiraz).
3. Meidan Emam, Esfahan
Meidan Emam is the central square of the city of Isfahan, which is at the heart of the Naqsh-e-Jahan. two hundred chambers of two floors are located around the square, which is generally the place of supply of handicrafts in Isfahan.
Takht-e- Soleyman (or Azargoshtasb fire temple) is the name of a great historical site near Tikab in West Azerbaijan province, is situated in a valley set in a volcanic mountain region. Takht-e- Soleyman was the largest educational, social, and religious center of Iran before Islam, but in 624 AD, in the attack of theRomanemperorHeraclius, was destroyed. Parthian, Sassanid Treasures and Ring of Prophet Soleyman are the amazing treasure on Takht-e-Soleyman
5. Bam and its Cultural Landscape
Bam is one of the cities of Kerman province in southeastern Iran. The Arg-e-Bam and the city of Bam are the touristic attractions of Kerman province that attracting many tourists. Arge-Bam is the largest brick building in the world that compared to the China wall.
Soltaniyeh most magnificent structure of the Azeri style, which is located next to the tomb of Sultan Mohammad Khodabandeh (Al-Jayto). The building consists of 8 porches and 8 minarets. The construction of this dome, which is the third largest dome in the world.
Tabriz Bazar is the largest covered bazaar in the world. The Tabriz Bazar is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city and Bazar of Tabriz were developed very soon, because Tabriz was on the path of the Silk Road. So Tabriz was one of the most important centers of trade in Western Asia. there are no accurate information available about historical of Tabriz bazar, but during the Qajar period many tourists have visited this market. In 1779 this market was destroyed by earthquake, but architects rebuilt it and the current market is related to the late Zandieh and Qajar era.
8. Golestan Palace
Golestan Palace is one of the most exclusive historical collections in Iran. Golestan Palace is a palace of the Zand dynasty and Qajar era that is located in the center of Tehran. Built around a garden featuring pools as well as planted areas, the Palace’s most characteristic features and rich ornaments date from the 19th century.
9. Masjid-e Jāmé of Isfahan
Isfahan Jame Mosque is one of the most important and oldest religious buildings in Iran. This historical mosque contains various parts that each represent the course of Islamic art in a particular era. The architecture style of the mosque is Razi style.
shrine of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili is one of the historical and ancient sites of the Ardabil. In this place, in addition to the shrine of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili, there are the tombs of Shah Isma'il I (the first king of Safavid) and Shah Ismael's wife.
The ensemble includes well-preserved and richly ornamented facades and interiors, with a remarkable collection of antique artefacts. It constitutes a rare ensemble of elements of medieval Islamic architecture. This place is registered in the UNESCO World Heritage.
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