The system forms a cliff from which water cascades into a downstream basin and enters south of the city enabling the people of Shushtar to plant orchards and create farms over an area of 40,000 hectares. This amazing system was developed from earliest times and many examples of it are still in place around #Shushtar. visit >>http://bit.ly/1rDTA6V
Mausoleum of Bayazid Bastami (804-874) in Bastam near Damghan, Iran. He was born and buried in Bastam, Iran. The building belong to the Ilkhani era. The pointed dome is unique in the architecture of this type of mausoleum.
The great monuments of Isfahan, the Si-o-Seh Pol was built under the great Shah Abbas I. Under his rule, from 1587-1629, the Persian empire became one of the most powerful in the world. visit >> http://bit.ly/1ypg4KR
The charming city of Yazd is famous for its typical desert architecture, and among the most distinguished features are by all means the badgirs, or wind catchers, as they are romantically reworded in English. The first thing you will notice ambling about the city, or better climbing up to the terraces of the many makeshift handicraft shops, is a forest of badgirs, a majestic sweep stretching as far as the eyes can see here. http://bit.ly/1r5mv79
#Falak-ol-Aflak castle is amongst the most important structures built during the Sassanid era. It has been known by a number of names since it was built over 1800 years ago. Recorded names have referred to it as Shapur-Khast or Sabr-Khast fortress, Dezbaz, #Khoramabad castle, and ultimately the Falak-ol-Aflak Castle. At >> http://www.iranparadise.com/