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7 Historical Monuments to Visit in Hamadan, Iran

Ali Sadr Cave The Ali-Sadr Cave is the world's largest water cave which attracts thousands of visitors every year. It is located in Ali Sadr Kabudarahang County about 100 kilometers north of Hamadan. This historical cave which dates back to jurassic era is perfect for exploring and has an underground river. Excavations and archeological studies of the cave have led to the discovery of ancient artworks, jugs and pitchers dating back to 12,000 years ago.…

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"Presence in Hormuz" Cultural Residence, Hormuz Island

Presence in Hormuz is a series of urban developments by a semi-public institution that hired ZAV Architects, in order to empower the local community of Hormuz Island in South of Iran. Described by ZAV Architects as a "cultural residence", the 10,300-square-metre housing contains around 200 brightly coloured domes overlooking the Persian Gulf. “You cannot remove color from the island of Hormuz – its coloured sand beaches change even the color of the blue sea, nor…

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9 UNESCO Persian Gardens in Iran

Always divided into four sectors, with water playing an important role for both irrigation and ornamentation, the Persian Garden was conceived to symbolize Eden and the four Zoroastrian elements of sky, earth, water and plants. UNESCO has inscribed 9 Persian gardens as the tangible cultural heritage of Iranians in 2011 that have influenced garden planning from India to Spain. These gardens exemplify the diversity of Persian garden designs that evolved and adapted to different climate…

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Meighan Wetland, Iran

Meighan wetland is located 15 km north-east of Arak, and 1670 meters above sea level. Meighan desert is a unique ecosystem. One of the most important aspects of this uniqueness in Meighan is that it has a high biodiversity. The wetland, rises during the rainy season while in the dry season it turns into a swamp and becomes a salt mars. The perimeter of the wetland changes from 16 to 24 km depending on its…

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Meshginshahr Bridge, tallest suspension bridge in Middle East

The 365-meter long Meshginshahr Bridge is one of the world's largest sidewalks and the largest suspension bridge in the Middle East. This bridge is located at a height of 80 meters above the Sabalan slope, crosses the Khiav River and above the Khyavachai Valley. The surface of part of this suspension bridge, which is among the top ten structures of Iranian architecture in the field of tourism, is made of glass (polycarbonate and Sécurité) and…

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