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Milad Tower برج میلاد, Tehran, IranMilad Tower برج میلادTehran, IranDifferent view of Milad Tower (the 5th tallest tower in the world)Azadi Tower, Tehran, IranAzadi TowerTehran, IranOriginally built to commemorate the 2,500 year anniversary of the Persian empire, it was renamed to celebrate the revolution in Iran My time in...Golestan Palace, Tehran, IranGolestan PalaceTehran, IranGroup of royal buildings containing few (around 8) museums, there is yard in the middle and coffee shop where you can relax after sight seeing :)Tehran Grand Bazaar, Tehran, IranTehran Grand BazaarTehran, IranEntering the Grand Bazaar in Tehran is like stepping into a different world. It's as if someone took a big city, squeezed it into a small box and...khazar sea, Mazandaran, Irankhazar seaMazandaran, IranKhazarKashan bazaar, Kashan, IranKashan bazaarKashan, IranMarch 2009 View from Kashan bazaar rooftopEsfahan Loftallah Mosque, Esfahan, IranEsfahan Loftallah MosqueEsfahan, IranAn amazing mosque with intricate mosaic work and superb architecture. Wonder around late afternoon when the light is perfect and the heat of the...Masjed Jame Abbasi, Esfahan, IranMasjed Jame AbbasiEsfahan, IranApril 2009 Shah's mosque, Esfahan Inside the Shah's mosque in Esfahan... Marble and haft rangi tiles in floral decoration which should resemble the...Si-o-seh pol, Esfahan, Esfahan, IranSi-o-seh pol, EsfahanEsfahan, IranApril 2009 Si-o-seh bridge or Bridge of 33 arches. Also called Allah-verdi Khan bridge after famous Safavid general of Georgian origin. He...Vank Church, Esfahan, IranVank ChurchEsfahan, IranThe beautiful interior of the Vank cathedral in Isfahan depicting biblical stories.Khajoo Bridge, Esfahan, IranKhajoo BridgeEsfahan, IranMay 2009 Khaju bridge Pol-e-Khaju was built in 1650 over the Zayandeh river during the reign of Shah Abbas II. The name is probably derived from...Mt Sofeh, Esfahan, IranMt SofehEsfahan, IranThe top of Mt Sofeh in Iran More on Isfahan on my blog: Village, هفتاد, IranKhoranaq Villageهفتاد, IranAmazing views of an abonded city.Water cistern, Meybod, Meybod, IranWater cistern, MeybodMeybod, IranMarch 2009 Ab Anbar (=Water cistern) with windcatchers in Meybod, Yazd province Yazd region is full of amazing functional architecture and this...Chak Chak, Yazd, IranChak ChakYazd, IranMarch 2009 Chak Chak, Yazd The wonderful desert landscape around Chak Chak near Yazd. Actually Chak Chak means "drop-drop" of a water. It has got...Kharanaq, Kharānaq, IranKharanaqKharānaq, IranThe deserted mud brick village of Kharanaq lies about 70 km north of Yazd and is truly amazing to get lost in. Old town has been deserted for quite...Yazd, IranYazdIranA desert sunset 2 hours south of Yazd, Iran. If you get the chance then stay the evening under the stars. http://jimmyeatsworld.comTekiyeh-e Amir Chaghmagh, Yazd, IranTekiyeh-e Amir ChaghmaghYazd, IranMarch 2009 Amir Chaghmagh in marvelous city of Yazd... Lying in the hostile desert however inhabited by proud Persian people very long ago and...Naqsh-e-Rostam, Fars, IranNaqsh-e-RostamFars, IranNaqsh-e Rustam is a large cemetry with tomb monuments from Achaemenid kings, about 12 km from Persepolis. The tombs are locally known as the...Persepolis, Fars, IranPersepolisFars, IranThe famous 'Gate of All Nations' or Xerxes' Gateway at the ancient ruins of Persepolis in Iran. The site dates back to the Achaemenid Empire and...
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