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THE LIVING LEGEND OF ABYANEH VILLAGE
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May 28, 2017May 26, 2017

THE LIVING LEGEND OF ABYANEH VILLAGE

A part of the rich Isfahan Province in central Iran, this unique little red village has countless Iranian and foreign tourists and travellers visiting, to adore its presence, all year round. Being at least a couple thousand years old, this picturesque village features many phenomenal sites and views waiting to be captured. Architecturally, it is...

THE NEOLITHIC MAKHUNIK VILLAGE
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February 6, 2017June 11, 2017

THE NEOLITHIC MAKHUNIK VILLAGE

Known as the village of the Lilliput people, Makhunik Village, in south Khorasan, Iran, is a very unusual place that has been kept a secret only until about forty years ago. Despite being only some 1,500 years old, this little village’s architecture looks like it’s from 10,000 years ago. The simple homes here have kept...

THE WONDROUS KANDOVAN VILLAGE
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February 5, 2017June 23, 2017

THE WONDROUS KANDOVAN VILLAGE

What initially seems incredibly surreal to wonderstruck first-time tourists and travellers is, indeed, a very normal every-day reality for the simple yet ancient people of the phenomenal Kandovan Village in Northwestern Iran. The exceptionally rare cave-homes here are of the most organic in the world. Built into the heart of the large mountainous rock formations,...

MASULEH
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June 29, 2016January 28, 2017

MASULEH

Built right into the mountain’s incline with a very unique architectural plan in Gilan, the beautiful thousand-year-old village of Masuleh sits high

MEYMAND VILLAGE
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November 26, 2015July 23, 2017

MEYMAND VILLAGE

One of the seldom remaining corners of the world that is still the home to semi-nomadic people, the ancient village of Meymand is a relatively self-contained habitat in the valley of Iran’s central mountains, in the province of Kerman. Truly a place of wonder, the villagers have a very unique and interesting lifestyle that changes...