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Vank Church, Isfahan, Iran

  The Vank Cathedral which is located in Isfahan’s Jolfa region is known as a masterpiece of architecture. The construction of this cathedral started at the time of Shah Abbas II in 1606. Vank Cathedral’s architecture is a combination of Iranian and Armenian styles. That is why when you first arrive at this old church, you will see that this cathedral is the only one to be built with indigenous materials like clay and brick.…

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Badab-e-Soort

Badab-e-Soort, located in Orost Village of Mazandaran Province, comprises a range of stepped travertine terraces and springs.         Badab-e-Soort’s springs are located 1,840 meters above sea level and in mountainous slopes. The water of these springs is warm and contains many minerals. The springs’ water emanating from the mountain range over the years, and the accumulation of their sediments, have resulted hundreds of beautiful terraces and rock formations and also, dozens of…

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Shafei Jame Mosque, Kermanshah City, Iran

Shafei Jame Mosque is the mosque of Sunni Muslims in Iran’s western city of Kermanshah. Friday prayers are held in the mosque and Sunni Muslims gather around to share their social and cultural ideas after prayers. The mosque was completed in 1945 A.D. under the auspices of Sunni benefactors. In fact, its interior design is in some ways like its Turkish counterparts. It is predominantly notable for having atmospheric hypostyle halls, intricate stucco, and sets…

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Persepolis, Persia’s symbol of glory & magnificence

Persepolis, whose magnificent ruins rest at the foot of Kuh-e Rahmat (Mountain of Mercy) in south-western Iran, is renowned as the gem of Persian Achaemenid ensembles in the fields of architecture, urban planning, construction technology, and art. This capital city was founded by Darius I in 518 B.C.           The site is marked by a large terrace with its east side abutting Raḥmat Mountain. On the west side, a magnificent double…

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Moaven al-Molk Tekyeh, Kermanshah, Iran

Moaven al-Molk Tekyeh, known as the largest miniature Tekyeh (Religious Building) throughout the world, is located in Kermanshah, west of Iran. The Tekyeh, was founded by Moin Alraaya and was completed by Hassan Khan Moaven al-Molk 114 years ago in Qajar era.      Consisting of three parts, Hosseiniyeh, Zeinabiyeh and Abbasiyeh, the compound with its marvelous tiling and matchless architecture comes among the first in the globe.          Its walls are…

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