Kaleh Kong Peninsula is one of the most important and major fire temples of the Sassanid period, which requires extensive archaeological research; the Kale Kong Peninsula, a village in the same name, This area has been.
The dorigators are located about 36 km northwest of Nahok village and 75 km from Saravan city. These rock paintings, which in the small area of the valley reach more than thousands of monograms, are unique in their kind and can be considered as the largest collection of rocks in Iran dating back to 10,000 years old.
The old cemetery of Haftad Mullah Mirjaveh is located 150 meters south of the village of Rops and is located at 20 km from Temin village. Seventy-two cemetery Mullah Mirjaou is located on the slopes of the altitudes overlooking the village and in a cavern and the unique cemeteries It is considered to be an Islamic era.
The burned city is one of the historical attractions of Iran, located 56 kilometers from Zabul, on the edge of the Zabul-Zahedan Road and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The burned city is actually the name of the remains of an ancient urban state in Iran, which was founded in 3200 BC.
Iranshahr Speedijh Cemetery with about 25 hectares covers the works of two distinct periods of an Islamic period and prehistoric times, and is one of the most sophisticated attractions of Sistan and Baluchestan.
There are two artificial caves and a natural cave next to the hillside of Shahbazband, which is called the local people of the Islamic city. In the Balochi language, the man is a righteous and godly man, and is the mosque of the temple and temple. Therefore, this historical place is also called the temple of the Islamic city.
The ancient Zahdan is one of the historical attractions of the province of Sistan and Balouchestan; the old Zahedan is the real city of Sistan City and the second Dar al-Hakma of Sistan during the Islamic era, which was destroyed by the Timur Lang attack.
The eight ancient wells dating back to 2,000 and 200 years old belong to the Parthian period in the city of Zahak, Sistan and Baluchestan province, which are considered as the first examples of quasi-qanat in our country.
Mount Khajeh, also called Mount Oshida or Mount Rostam, is one of the most important works of the Parthian, Sasanian-Islamic period, about 30 km southwest of Zabul and the middle of the Hamoon Lake. Khajeh Hamoun Mountain is the only natural disaster in the Sistan Plain, located 30 km southwest of Zabol.
Saravan Sculptures are located 12 km north of Saravan and continue along the Cave Valley Route. This valley is called due to the specific motifs of the valley of the Phelangan valley, because in this set the role of a pestilent animal is seen like a panther or milk with a long tail raised on a rock at a height of 5 meters.
At the end of the 16th century a monk Nicephorus, founded the first Russian parish on the land of Persia. A Russian spiritual mission was operating in Iran by the beginning of the 20th century, and by 1917 there were about fifty Russian Orthodox churches.
Negarestan Garden in the age of Qajar Dynasty had been turned into a school for fine industries and was effective in revival and promulgation of arts such as painting, sculpturing, etc.
Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.
Music Museum of Tehran is a new-built building located in Tajrish square and its goal is to save old products of various artists.
Abkar Miniatures Museum opened in 1994 in Saadabad in the former residence of Leila Pahlavi. It houses a collection of miniature paintings by Clara Abkar (1915-1996).
White Place as a locale dedicated to administrative affairs and formal receptions, served as the summer residence of the Shah and his consort, Farah.
Gurdwara Sahib is a Sikhi Temple located in Tehran.
Adorian Fire Temple is a Zoroastrian Fire Temple in Tehran wich built during the Qajar era (1785–1925).
The National Museum of Iran is located in Tehran, Iran and it is combination of two buildings which include the Museum of Ancient Iran and the white travertine Museum of the Islamic Era.
Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.
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