The Lut Desert, or Dasht-e-Lut, is located in the south- East of the country.
Throughout the arid regions of Iran, agricultural and permanent settlements are supported by the ancient qanat system of tapping alluvial aquifers at the heads of valleys and conducting the water a
Located in the south-west of Iran, in the lower Zagros Mountains, the property encompasses a group of archaeological mounds rising on the eastern side of the Shavur River, as well as Ardeshir’s pal
Maymand is a self-contained, semi-arid area at the end of a valley at the southern extremity of Iran’s central mountains. The villagers are semi-nomadic agro pastoralists.
This ancient city is located at a distance of 60 km. from Zabol and 6 km. from the Rostam Castle, and is comprised of hillocks with a maximum elevation of 50 m.
Dating back to 1759, this building was a part of the interior residence of Karim Khan of Zand. The basic structure of the Karim Khani Nook is similar to the Marble Throne.
The Tehran’s Historic Arg was built during the reign of Tahmasp I (r. 1524-1576) of the Safavid dynasty (1502–1736), and was later renovated by Karim Khan of Zand (r. 1750-1779).
Gonbad-e Qabus (Kavus) means Qabus's Dome, Keykavus Ibn E Skandar is one of the greatest Iranian states man and his valuable book's name is Qabusname which has been dedicated to his son.
As Birjand was a seat of Governors, there are many buildings reflecting the styles of their periods. Among them, the Akbariyeh Building and Garden, is beautiful and well-constructed.