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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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The Persian garden at Pasargadae was a large formal garden with stone water channels and orchards. Built during the reign of Cyrus the Great (550-530 BC), Pasargadae’s garden is one of the earliest built gardens for which we have evidences. Its location and layout-a lush walled garden in an arid countryside is believed to represent...
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Yazd
Bagh-e Dolat Abad which located in Yazd, was built about 1750 and consists of a small pavilion; the interior of the pavilion is superb, with intricate latticework and exquisite stained glass windows. The garden is also renowned for having Iran’s tallest Badgir (the wind tower), that is standing over 33 meters, though this one was...
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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 palace, on the opposite bank of the river. This was once among the greatest cities of ancient Persia. It is filled with amazing...
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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 along underground tunnels by gravity, often over distances. The eleven qanats representing this system include rest areas for workers, water reservoirs and watermills. The traditional...
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Kerman Lut desert
The Lut Desert, or Dasht-e-Lut, is located in the south- East of the country. Between June and October, this arid subtropical area is swept by strong winds, which transport sediment and cause aeolian erosion on a colossal scale. Consequently, the site presents some of the most spectacular examples of aeolian yardang landforms (massive corrugated ridges)....
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