Arg-e Bam

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Arg-e Bam (Bam Citadel) is the biggest adobe (clay-based) building in the world and is located in the city of Bam in Kerman. The origins of Arg-e Bam traces back to the Achaemenids Empire (6 – 4 centuries BC), however, it reached its peak from the 7th to […]

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A Two-Day Isfahan Itinerary for Your First Visit

A city in central Iran, Isfahan is a must-visit for its historical significance and its beautiful mosques, palaces and bridges. Isfahan was twice the capital of Persia, and many of its most striking buildings were constructed during the Safavid dynasty between the 16th and 17th centuries. The modern-day Isfahan is a charming mix of old […]

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All You Need to Know about Amir Chakhmaq Complex

Amir Chakhmaq complex is one of notable buildings in the historical city of Yazd which has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2017. Amir Chakhmaq is lit up with orange lights after sunset every evening and that’s the best time to visit this spectacular site. Besides being noted for its symmetrical […]

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Persepolis Palace – The Glory of Persia

Persepolis palace, the most popular Iranian monument is a set of very magnificent palaces and the name of the spring ceremonial capital of the Great Achaemenid Empire. It has been the most important monument in old Iran in terms of scope and grandeur. Persepolis is the capital of the first global empire, the Achaemenid. Constructing […]

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The Ancient Zoroastrian Towers of Silence, Yazd, Iran

Nowadays Zoroastrians are among the religious minorities in Iran, with a huge history though. That’s why there are stunning tracks of them in different parts of the country. Dakhmeh-ye Zartoshtiyan in Yazd is one of these tracks. These structures are also known as the mute towers of Yazd and more popularly, The Towers of Silence. […]

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