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Afif-Abad Garden

Afif Abad Garden with an area of approximately 127,000 square meters is one of the most beautiful an...

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Arg of Karim Khan

Arg of Karim Khan (Karim Khan Fortress) is one of the Zand monuments in Shiraz which was once used a...

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Bibi Dokhtaran

Bibi Dokhtaran (Lady of Girls) mausoleum in Shiraz was built during the Zand Dynasty (1750-1794). Th...

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Bishapur Ancient City

Bishapur, "the beautiful [city] of Shapur", is situated south of modern Faliyan, just off the ancien...

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Cradle of Sight

Cradle of Sight (Gahvareh Deed), also known as the Azod Dome, is a Dailamite structure and a Nationa...

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Cube of Zoroaster

The Cube of Zoroaster is located 3-4 kilometers from Persepolis in Fars Province at Naqsh-e Rostam....

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Eram Garden

Eram Garden is famed for its palm trees, flower beds and fountains. Eram, which means Eden, is an ex...

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Firuzabad (Shahr-e Gūr)

The original ancient city of Gor, dating back to the Achaemenid period, was destroyed by&n...

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Hafez Tomb

Hafiz (1325-1390) the poet of love, who has inspired the works of Islamic and Western writers, haile...

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Imamzadeh Zanjiri

Imamzadeh Zanjiri (Chained Imamzadeh) is another mausoleum in Shiraz built by the Qajar lord Mirza H...

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Jame Atiq Mosque

Jame Atiq Mosque of Shiraz is one of the oldest religious monuments of the city. The mosque was buil...

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Naqsh-e Rostam

Naqsh-e Rostam is a site believed to have been a cemetery for Persepolis, where Achaemenid (550-330...

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Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque also known as the Pink Mosque was built in 1888. This Qajar era (1785-1925)...

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Pasargadae

The ruins of Pasargadae, the first dynastical capital of the Achaemenid Empire (550-330 BC), lie nor...

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Persepolis

Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire, was once known as the richest city under t...

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Qalat Village

Qalat village is located 34 km from Shiraz. This village offers incredible landscapes as well as the...

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Qavam House

The traditional and historical Qavam House was built by a family of merchants in the later part of t...

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Quran Gate

Quran Gate is a historical gate at the northeastern entrance of Shiraz on the way to Isfahan. Built...

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Saadi Tomb

Shiraz is the birth and resting place of Persian poet Sa'adi Shirazi (1210-1290). One of his most pr...

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Sassanid Archaeological Landscape

Sassanid Archaeological Landscape Becomes Iran's 23rd UNESCO World Heritage Site UNESCO has i...

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Shah Cheragh

Shah Cheragh (Lord of Light) is a famous pilgrimage site in Shiraz which houses the tombs of two Shi...

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Sheikh Ruzbehan Fasaei

Sheikh Ruzbehan Baqli (1128–1209) was an Iranian poet, mystic, and Sufi master of Dailamite origin w...

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Sibouye Tomb

Sibawayh (760-796)was an influential linguist and grammarian of the Arabic language. Despite having...

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Tang-e Chogan

Sasanian Bas-reliefs at Tang-e Chogan At several places near the town of Bishapur, which was foun...

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Tomb of Khawju Kermani

Khwaju Kermani (1280–1352) was a famous Persian poet and Sufi mystic who has been laid to rest north...

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Vakil Bath

Vakil Bath is an old public bath in Shiraz built by the founder of the Zand Dynasty, Karim Khan (170...

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Vakil Bazaar

Located in the heart of Shiraz, the Vakil Bazaar is part of the royal district constructed during Ka...

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Vakil Mosque

The Vakil Mosque, which is situated west of the Vakil Bazaar, is another Zand era (1750-1794) monume...

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Zinat ol-Molouk House

Zinat ol-Molouk House is a Qajar era monument famous for its decorative paintings of animals, birds...

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