Iran tourist attractions + image :

Iran is among the top countries in history, among the best and most amazing countries in terms of climate, as well as a country rich in cultural and artistic work.

Among the historical attractions of Iran are: thirty-three bridges, Persepolis, Yazd windmills, Ganjnameh Hamadan, Falak-e-Alaflaq Castle and others.

The reason that Iran is a country that is so beautiful in climate is that you can experience a completely different climate in different cities in one day. In addition, in Iran you can experience the four-season climate in almost any city you visit, which is beautiful in itself.

Here are some of the tourist attractions of Iran + their image:

Esfahan :

Thirty three bridges and Khajou bridges are among the most famous bridges in Isfahan that cross the Zayandehrood and are considered masterpieces of Iranian architecture. Many people visit Isfahan every year to see these bridges.

central Mosque :

One of the oldest religious buildings in Iran is the Isfahan Jame Mosque, which lasted from the seventh to the twentieth centuries. Its architectural style was built in four porches with four facing each other. It is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Shiraz :

Persepolis is the capital of the Achaemenid dynasty and a prime example of its architecture. The ancient remains indicate the presence of this city until 515 BC. The city’s gigantic buildings and giant sculptures represent ancient Iranian architecture.

Eram Garden and Palace in Shiraz :

Although the Eram Garden was probably built in the eleventh century, the palace built inside it dates back to the thirteenth century. The palace with the three-story building that makes everybody’s mind feel good and always difficult to tell, the air flow in the lower floors is maximized. There is a swimming pool reflecting the unmatched beauty of the colorful tiles next to the lush gardens.

Nasir al-Molk Mosque in Shiraz :

As we have said separately in another part of the gloomy tourism, every morning light and color play in the mosque, which is like a glittering jewelry box, you must know that this nineteenth-century architectural masterpiece is separate and distinctive. Known for having stained glass, it is also known for its stunning tiles. In fact, these rose tiles that surround the mosque’s space have been dubbed the Pink Mosque.

Shiraz king of lights :

Glass and glossy tiles that reflect light from all directions surround the exterior of the shrine. This historic and valuable site dates back to the 14th century and has undergone many renovations since the earthquake and it is interesting to note that The interventions that have taken place have not diminished the glamor of it, yet it surprises and amazes anyone on entering the building.


Qeshm Star Valley : 

One of the most spectacular areas of Qeshm is the Valley of Stars. These rocks are composed of sandstone and marl (limestone) and have been eroded over many years by strange and odd shapes that look like animals, faces, hands or even if you have high imagination. .. you will see.


Golestan Kavus Dome :

The current Qaboos dome, or current Kavus dome, was built in 375 AH during the reign of Shams al-Qaboos bin Washmagir of the kings of Ziarat in Hyrcani. Qaboos dome is also listed in UNESCO World Heritage List in 2012. Architectural style The world’s tallest brick tower is the Razi style. The height of the tower with its base is 72 meters and its height is 18 meters.


Historic Houses of Kashan:

There are historic houses in Kashan that are very beautiful and it is a pity not to see closely their decorated courtyards and interior decorations. The best time to travel to Kashan is in the spring, as you can participate in the Rose Festival.

Sultan Amir Ahmad’s Bath in Kashan :

The date of construction of this traditional public bath dates back to the 16th century. It is interesting to note that this view gives a very strange and incredible view to the daily life of the general public in ancient Iran.

Stunning decorations such as brickwork, turquoise tile and golden artistic and traditional paintings have been incorporated into this monument that has soared its charm to such an extent that it is now a museum.