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Samiyan Bridge, Ardabil, Iran – Tourism news

Based on the existing documents, the lunar date and the construction of this bridge reaches the era of the Safavids. In the architectural view of the Samiyan Bridge, six springs are being run with the body of the wood of the base of the stone arch. The crater of the …

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Darya Sar; Paradise in Spring – Tourism news

The plain, located at more than 2,000 meters above sea level, is enclosed between four mountains. From the southwest, Mount Alamut is the tallest mountain that surrounds this plain. In fact, this plain is a borderland that connects the lush forest cover of northern Iran to the snowline and glacier …

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Velvet Weaving: A Forfeited Craft – Tourism news

At that time most, if not all, traditional textile masters looking for a better quality of life sought a job in the factory. Over the years the situation gradually worsened to the extent that currently there is only one active velvet weaving workshop in the country operating under the supervision …

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Ali Gholi Agha Mosque of Isfahan – Tourism news

The mosque has an almost small courtyard and its shabestan is designed with tile work in loop style. The installed inscription on top of the gateway is a calligraphy work which is written by Ali Naghi Emami in 1122 Hijri-Qamari. The drawn text on the inscription shows Shah Sultan Hussein …

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Rangoonis Mosque in Abadan, Southwest of Iran – Tourism news

When Abadan became an industrial town in the early 1900s the first wave of British, Indian and Pakistanis who immigrated to the area were the Muslim employees of Rangoon (Yangon), the then capital of Burma (Myanmar), Refinery. These new immigrants established a mosque in Abadan, naming it after their hometown. …

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