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Soltaniyeh Dome, World's 3rd Tallest Dome

Soltaniyeh Dome, World's 3rd Tallest Dome

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Soltaniyeh historical dome, the largest brick dome in the world, was built by order of Sultan Mohammad Khodabandeh (Oljeitu) in Soltaniyeh city, the capital of the Ilkhanate dynasty from 1302 to 1312....

Last Updated ( Monday, 30 April 2018 12:59 )

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The Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque: A Traditional Mosque in Shiraz

The Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque: A Traditional Mosque in ShirazTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is a traditional mosque in Shiraz built by the order of Mirza Hasan Ali Nasir al-Mulk in 1888....
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Rudkhan Castle: One of Historical Buildings in Gilan, Iran

Rudkhan Castle: One of Historical Buildings in Gilan, IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Roudkhan Castle, a brick and stone medieval castle, is one of the most magnificent historical buildings in Gilan Province and is called by locals “Zhiye...
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Bajgiran Border Town; The Land of Poppies

Bajgiran Border Town; The Land of Poppies

Bajgiran, the capital of Bajgiran District in Quchan County, serves as a zero point border crossing between Iran and Turkmenistan.

The distance between Bajgiran and the ci...

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Golestan Palace: A Historical Complex at the Heart of Iranian Capital

Golestan Palace: A Historical Complex at the Heart of Iranian CapitalTEHRAN (Tasnim) - As one of the UNESCO heritage sites, Golestan Palace is an intangible cultural heritage of Iran located in Tehran. It is considered the best manifestati...
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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ancient Seb Castle

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ancient Seb Castle

The Seb castle, which lies in a village with the same name located 25 kilometres southwest of the city of Saravan, is a work of human hands and is considered as a sign of...

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Falak-ol-Aflak Castle: An Impressive Ancient Castle West of Iran

Falak-ol-Aflak Castle: An Impressive Ancient Castle West of IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Falak-ol-Aflak Castle is located atop an ancient hill at the heart of Khorramabad and once overlooked the historical Khorramabad Valley in Iran's wester...
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Aura of Old Times in Iran’s Ecotourism Destinations

Aura of Old Times in Iran’s Ecotourism Destinations

Spending holidays in a cob hut with a sloping roof and a view of the mountain, plain, forest or even desert … Does the idea appeal to you? At first glance, many would lik...

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Persepolis: The Most Impressive of All The Archaeological Sites in Iran

Persepolis: The Most Impressive of All The Archaeological Sites in IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Persepolis or Takht-e Jamshid is one of the most beautiful architectural masterpieces of the second half of the first millennium B. C and was created by...
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Varian; A Virgin Village with No Landline, Electricity

Varian; A Virgin Village with No Landline, Electricity

The village is divided into two historical periods; the period before the Karaj Dam construction and the era after the emergence of the dam.

The old Varian, which is now l...

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Takht-E Soleyman: Harmonious Sanctuary Inspired by Natural Context

Takht-E Soleyman: Harmonious Sanctuary Inspired by Natural ContextTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Overlooking a lake with a backdrop of a snowcapped mountain range in northwest Iran, lies the UNESCO-registered Takht-e Soleyman (“Solomon’s Throne”), a...
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Mount Damavand is the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcano in Asia.

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