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The main gates of Bagh e Melli (The National Garden). Teheran, Iran

The main gates of Bagh e Melli (The National Garden). Tehran, Iran The gates of the compound were built by Jafar-khan Kashani in

Shahdad Yardangs. by mohammad sharifian

Shahdad Yardangs Photo by mohamad sharifian — National Geographic Your Shot

The Cypress of Abarkooh, also called the Zoroastrian Sarv, is a cypress tree in Abarkooh, Yazd province. It is an Iranian national monument and tourist attraction standing an estimated 25-28 meters high and with a perimeter of 11.5 meters at its trunk and 18 meters higher up around its branches. Russian scientist Alexander Rouf has estimated its age as over four thousand years old and thus it may be the oldest living being in Asia. Some legends attribute its origin to Japheth, the son of…

The Cypress of Abarkooh, also called the Zoroastrian Sarv, is a cypress tree in Abarkooh, Yazd province. It is an Iranian national monumen.

National library , Kerman , Iran #irantravelingcenter #mustseeiran

National library , Kerman , Iran #irantravelingcenter #mustseeiran

My Persian-Speaking Friends - The Old Iranian Parliament Building

Seen in Melal-e Mottahed (United Nations) Street, Bagh-e Melli (National Garden), Imam Khomeini Avenue, Tehran, Iran.

خانه ی تاریخی و خوش شانس در کاشان! + تصاویر

Āmeri House, Kashan The is a historic house in in Province, in It was built during the Zand era for Agha 'Āmeri, the governor of Kashan, who was responsible for maintaining the security of the route between Tehran and Kerman.

Āmeri House, Kashan

Āmeri House, Kashan

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