The Persian royalty, leaving no material desire unfulfilled also did not fail to leave little behind
If you’ve been spending time in the south of Tehran, it’s guaranteed that sooner or later you’re going to need a break
The antiquated Jahan Nama Garden (Bagh-e Jahan Nama), is a beautiful Persian garden that has continued to lure-in visitors through its centuries of history!
As an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s no wonder that the Qavam House, located in Narenjestan-e Qavam Garden is one of Shiraz’s top destinations!
A mosque, often frequented by the famous Persian poet, Hafez, the Atigh Jame Mosque (Masjed Jame Atigh) in Shiraz, Iran, is still standing in a healthy condition after albeit its twelve centuries of age! It’s strangely unique architectural and decorative style, is pure icing on its rich cake of deep-rooted history. All throughout the mosque,...
Dating back to the ancient Sassanid Era, the magnificent Delgosha Garden is one of Iran’s oldest Persian gardens and very popular travel destination in Iran.
Visit the sanctuary of the late Persian Poet; the Kwaju Kermani Tomb is a popular place for foreign and local tourists in the historical city of Shiraz in Iran.
Shiraz’s oldest center of commerce, the Vakil Bazaar is another monument of the ancient and modern Persian culture that should be visited by every tourist!
A marvel of Persian architecture and engineering, the fantastic 14th century ‘Ashkezar Water Mill’ was powered by a qanat in the desert province of Yazd, Iran!
The Vakil Mosque, paving the way for subsequent eras of Persian architecture and Persian culture, the old mosque reveals beautiful carvings, tile and brickwork!