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Adobe Old House in Rafsanjan, Iran

The Haj-Agha Ali House is a historic house located six kilometers away from Rafsanjan in Kerman Province.
The house has an internal area of 7,000 square meters and is one of the largest and most beautiful adobe houses in the world.
It was built in 1758 by a wealthy Iranian merchant named Haj-Agha Ali, also known as Za’eem Allah Rafsanjani. The house has 86 rooms constructed in four main sections: spring house, alcove, fall house and winter house.

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Persepolis, Iran (Takht e Jamshid)

Was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BCE). It is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran. The earliest remains of Persepolis date back to 515 BCE. It exemplifies the Achaemenid style of architecture. UNESCO declared the ruins of Persepolis a World Heritage Site in 1979. The site includes a 125,000 square meter terrace, partly artificially constructed and partly cut out of a mountain.

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Naghsh e Rostam (Rustam)

Is an ancient necropolis located about 12 km northwest of Persepolis, in Fars Province, Iran, with a group of ancient Iranian rock reliefs cut into the cliff, from both the Achaemenid and Sassanid periods.
Naghsh e Rostam lies a few hundred meters from Naqsh-e Rajab, with a further four Sassanid rock reliefs, three celebrating kings and one a high priest.
Naqsh-e Rustam is the necropolis of the Achaemenid dynasty (c. 550–330 BC), with four large tombs cut high into the cliff face.

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Kerman (Iran)

Is the capital city of Kerman Province. The 10th most populous city of Iran, is the largest and most developed city in Kerman Province and the most important city in the southeast of Iran. Kerman is famous for its long history and strong cultural heritage. The city is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. Kerman became the capital city of Iranian dynasties several times during its history. It is located on a large, flat plain, 800 km (500 mi) south-east of Tehran.

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Rageh Canyon in Rafsanjan, Iran

Rageh canyon is one of the unique and beautiful natural phenomena of Rafsanjan County. This valley is created by Guivdary River, its floods and soil erosion of it during several thousand years. This valley was unknown till some a few years ago. Some features of the valley are sharp conical peaks, blades and strip wise walls.Rageh valley is about 20 km in length which contains beautiful shapes which made by several thousand years of erosion.

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Shiraz, Iran

Is the fifth-most-populous city of Iran and the capital of Fars Province (Old Persian as Pars). At the 2016 census, the population of the city was 1,869,001 and its built-up area with “Shahr-e Jadid-e Sadra” (Sadra New Town) was home to 1,565,572 inhabitants. Shiraz is located in the southwest of Iran on the “Rudkhaneye Khoshk” (The Dry River) seasonal river. It has a moderate climate and has been a regional trade centre for over a thousand years. Shiraz is one of the oldest cities of ancient Persia.

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Ali Qoli(Gholi) Bath, Isfahan, Iran

Is a historical hammam(bath) in Isfahan, Iran. The hammam was built in 1713 by Ali Gholi Agha, who was a courtier of two Safavid kings Suleiman I and Sultan Husayn. Its architectural style is Isfahani and it was built in the late Safavid era. he structure consists of one large hammam and a small hammam and also a Howz. Each of these hammams consists of a dressing room and a Garmkhaneh (hothouse), so that they could be used in that time separately by men and women.

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Vank Cathedral, Isfahan, Iran

The Holy Savior Cathedral (Armenian: Սուրբ Ամենափրկիչ Վանք), also known the Church of the Saintly Sisters, is a cathedral located in the New Julfa district of Isfahan, Iran. It is commonly referred to as the Vank (Վանք; وانک), which means “monastery” or “convent” in the Armenian language. The cathedral was established in 1606, dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of Armenian deportees that were resettled by Shah Abbas I during the Ottoman War of 1603-1618.

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Shah Mosque, Iran

Also known as New Abbasi Mosque, Royal Mosque, is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran, standing in south side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square. It was built during the Safavid dynasty, ordered by Abbas I of Persia. It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era. The Royal Mosque is registered, along with the Naghsh-e Jahan Square, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its construction began in 1611, and its splendour is mainly due to the beauty of its seven-colour mosaic tiles and calligraphic inscriptions.

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Ali Ghapou (Ali Qapu) Isfahan, Iran

Is a grand palace in Isfahan, Iran. It is located on the western side of the Naqsh e Jahan Square, opposite to Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, and had been originally designed as a vast portal. It is forty-eight meters high and there are six floors, each accessible by a difficult spiral staircase. In the sixth floor, Music Hall, deep circular niches are found in the walls, having not only aesthetic value, but also acoustic. The building, another wonderful Safavid edifice, was built by decree of Shah Abbas I in the early seventeenth century.

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Charbagh School, Isfahan, Iran

Also known as Shah school, is a 17-18th century cultural complex in Isfahan, Iran. The compound was built during the time of Soltan Hossein, a Safavid king, to serve as a theological and clerical school to train those who were interested in such sciences. In order to finance the school, Soltan Hossein’s mother had a large caravansary built nearby, the income of which went to the foundation. The monumental portal from the main avenue of Shah Abbas leads directly into a domed octagonal vestibule.

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Alisadr Cave (World Largest water Cave), Hamedan, Iran

Originally called Ali Saadr or Ali Saard (meaning cold) is the world’s largest water cave which attracts thousands of visitors every year. It is located in Ali Sadr Kabudarahang County about 100 kilometers north of Hamadan, western Iran (more accurately at 48°18’E 35°18’N). Because of the cave’s proximity to large cities such as Hamadan, it is a highly recommended destination for tourists from all corners of the world. Tours of the cave are available by pedalos.

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Hamedan, Iran

Is the capital city of Hamadan Province of Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 473,149, in 127,812 families. Hamedan is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities. It is possible that it was occupied by the Assyrians in 1100 BCE; the Ancient Greek historian, Herodotus, states that it was the capital of the Medes, around 700 BCE. Hamedan has a green mountainous area in the foothills of the 3,574-meter Alvand Mountain, in the midwest part of Iran. The city is 1,850 meters above sea level.