Iran Travel Guide
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Here we will introduce to you amazing and magical caves that are in Iran. The beauty of these caves will astonish anyone. Some of these caves are so magical that once you enter them you want to walk further inside and explore more. But some caves are so dark and scary that you would be too afraid to walk in.
Tochal complex is located at the end of Velenjak Street and about 3 kilometers from Tajrish Square in Shemiranat quarter. The entrance of this complex is 1830 meters higher than the surface of sea. After passing a road, in the height of 1910 meters, the first tele cabin station is located.
Tangeh Savashi or Tangeh Vashi is a touristic location and is 1 kilometer from Firuzkuh Village. This village has a soothing weather in the summer and many tourists visit it in the summer. The most exciting part of the trip could be walking in the middle of a river, situated in a stone valley.
Darakeh is a mountainous area located in the North-West of Tehran and is a great path for hiking in Tehran. This area got its name from a kind of shoe called Dargeh, worn in the snow to making walking in the snow easier.
This garden is one of the monuments remained from the Qajar Era which was established by Jafar Khan Kashani. A post office and the ministry of foreign affairs are near this garden. This garden and its nearby buildings were built by the order of Reza Pahlavi and it was done by the financial help of the Germans.
Shapouri house is located in the middle of a garden with the area of 4635 meters. This foundation of this house is about 840 square meters and the building is two storeys high. Shapouri house is located in the center of Shiraz City and in the old quarters of Shiraz. This house belonged to Abd al-Saheb Shapouri and was built and designed by Master Abolghasem Mohandesi.
This shrine belongs to one of the descendants of Imam Hassan. It is located in Ray city, south of Tehran. This shrine dates back to the third century and is one of the famous pilgrimage places for Iranians.
This house belongs to the Qajar Era. The construction of this house started in 1290 AH and it ended in 1302 AH. Most rooms in this house have wooden rooves with pictures of different animals, flowers, bushed and birds drawn on them. The basement of this house is now a museum and statues of important celebrities and famous people of Shiraz and Fars are located there.
This mansion is one of the historical monuments in Tehran and belongs to the Qajar Era. Shams ol Emareh or "The Sun Mansion" is one of the most important buildings in Golestan Palace.
This garden, just like other gardens in Shiraz, dates back to the 8th century and during the reign of Al-Mozaffar and Al-Injo Abad. Then Karim Khan ordered there to be a fence around the garden and a small summerhouse to be built in the center of the garden. Around the summerhouse there are many trees and streets.
This cave is near Azadbar and Kohneh Del villages. It is 65 km from Tehran. The opening of Yakh-Morad Cave is on a mountain in that area and the path to the cave is sloppy and after walking on this path you will see a frozen spring on the ground.
Quran gate is one of the old gates in Shiraz and today is known as a historical monument. This gate is located in the North East side of the city and near Chehel Imam Mountain and Baba Kouhi Mountain and it is the city's exit to Marvdasht.
Farahzad is a neighborhood or a quarter in the North-West of Tehran. This quarter is famous for its good weather. Many people visit this place and eat in the restaurant of this area during the summer when Tehran is hot and Farahzad is cool.
Shah Cheragh Shrine is a famous and marvelous site in Shiraz. The son of one of the Shiite Imams was buried there and thus a shrine was built. This shrine was built in the 6th century and its sanctuary is designed with beautiful tiles.
Gebri Castle is located in the South-East of Ray City. This monument is 2000 years old. Its area is 3000 square meters and was built during the Sasanian Era. The towers and the ramparts were destructed due to erosion and today only the lengthy and high walls made of adobe and mud still stand.