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7 ذيقعده 1435 - Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Tourism in Iran
Meymand Village (Part 2)
Architecturally speaking Meymand village is a complex of houses together with mosque, Husseinia, bath and school which have been carved in the mountain with hands. Rock architecture is divided into two forms. One of them is like the village of ...
Meymand Village (Part 1)
This episode will be dedicated to a village which is 12000 years old. Meymand is the name of a village located 38 kilometers from Shahre Babak city in Kerman province. It is 2240 meters high from the see level. No doubt Meymand village is one of the ...
Stone Garden, Iran’s Most Amazing Garden
Stone Garden is Iran’s most amazing garden visited by about 6,000 Iranian and foreign tourists every year. Located near Bolourd District, Miyandoab Village, in southern Iran, the garden has ...
Handicrafts and Souvenirs, Kerman
Traditional embroidery known as patteh, carpets, rugs, jajeems, Kilims (a coarse carpet), satchels, and other hand woven articles....
Old Mosques, Kerman
This mosque belongs to the Sheikhiyeh sect, and was completed in the year 1286 AH, by...
Tombs and Domes, Kerman
The said structure is made of brick and has a polygonal dome, with double arches externally. This structure has 9 porches....
The township of Baft is situated in the south of the province, and is at a distance of 1,240 km. from Tehran....
Geography and History, Kerman
The province of Kerman covers an area of 181,714 sq. km. and is located in the south east of Iran. The said province is the second largest after Khorassan...
Old Public Baths and Water Reservoirs, Kerman
The historical water reservoir of Ali Mardan Khan (the offspring of Ganj Ali Khan) is in the Ganj Ali Khan aggregate of Kerman...
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