The Shish Badgir Reservoir, uniquely has six wind-catchers, keeping the water icy cool in Yazd’s blistering hot arid-summer climate!
One of the oldest living things in the world, the Cypress of Abarkuh in Iran, also known as Zoroastrian Sarv and Sarv-e Abarkuh, has been speculated by botanists to be at least 4,000 years old! Over the past years, many researchers from Japan, Russia, China, and Iran have tried to determine the tree’s age. Speculations...
Starting as the aristocratic home a merchant, the Lari House was also used as a spiritual khanqah in the followings years before it became a historical landmark
Zendan-e Eskandar, AKA Alexander’s Prison in Yazd, Iran. Is it just religious school, or do something features hint towards something a bit more than that?
Another beautiful masterpiece of Persian architecture, the Pigeon Tower in Meybod, in mint condition, features stunningly unique aesthetics alongside functionality
Now converted into an awesome traditional tea house, Hammam-e Vakil in Kerman, Iran still manages to stay true to its roots of origin as a Persian bathhouse!
Gonbad-e Jabaliye, an ancient octagonal structure in Kerman, Iran, that predates Islam still stands, benevolently revealing its peculiar secrets to its visitors.
Brought back from a dire state of abandonment, the shimmering Fathabad Garden and Palace is once again getting the attention it was once received from royalty
Another beautiful desert oasis in Iran, the Shazdeh Mahan Garden, UNESCO World Heritage Sites among the other Persian Gardens!
The Statue of Shapur, a colossal 1,700 year old masterpiece left in the heart of Shapur Cave from the ancient Sassanid Era in Iran.