In this article we will review the last part of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Iran
UNESCO World Heritage sites in Iran
Golestan Palace| beautiful palace Remaining from the Qajar period
Golestan Palace is one of the most exclusive historical collections in Iran. This royal complex located in Tehran. The foundation of this collection dates back to the time of Shah Abbas Safavid but, Today, the works created by him are not visible. The complex has more than 10 museums and buildings.
This palace has a European Iranian face and has undergone significant changes during the Nassereddin Shah Qajar area. indeed, it was the result of the kings trip to Europe.
Registration year: 2013
Address: Tehran, 15 Khordad Avenue, Arg Square
Shahr-e Sukhteh | The Burnt City
The Shahr-e Sukhteh is an ancient region with an area of 151 hectares on the Zabul road to Zahedan. The city dates back to 3200 BC. The city’s name is still unknown, and it was named due to the burning on fire.
The first brain surgery, the first artificial eye, The World’s first animation, these are some of the important things that have been discovered in this city.
Registration year: 2014
Address: Sistan and Baluchestan Province, 55 km from Zabol
Cultural Landscape of Meymand
Meymand is the name of a village in Kerman province, which is one of the few architectural forms of rock architecture. The most important feature of this village is that Some of its natural and man-made caves are still used for housing and shelter. Some of stone engravings in this village date back to 10,000 years ago. The majority of residence are nomadic and shepherds.
Registration year: 2015
Address: Kerman Province, Babak Town, Meymand Village
The ancient city of Susa |Valuable Treasure of Khuzestan
Susa is an ancient city in the Khuzestan province, which is consider as one of the oldest known settlements in the world. according to studies, this city founded in the 4000 BC but, lately the experts found the residential village dating back to 7,000 BC in this area. Among the important monuments of this city are Apadana Palace, which was the Winter Palace of the Achaemenid Kings and the main palace of Darius I. Susa has been the capital of the Achaemenid government.
Registration year: 2015
Address: Khuzestan Province, Ancient City of Susa
Qanat |Architectural iranian Architecture Intelligence
Iranian Qanat is one of the most amazing water supply systems in the world. 11 Qantas registered as the Iranian Qanat in the UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Qanat of Gonabad as the oldest and largest qanats in the world
Baladeh-Ferdows qanat in southern Khorasan, The remains from the Sassanid era
Zarch qanat in Yazd, the longest Iranian Qanat
Moon qanat in ardestan, the only two-story qanat in the world
Hasan abad qanat in mehriz, with the age of seven hundred years
Vezvan qanat and mazd abad qanat in Meymand with Underground dams
Joopar qanat in kerman, with the age of 750 years.
Ibrahim abad qanat in arak, one of the oldest quants in the country
Aasem abad qanat and akbar abad qanat in bam city, with Twin structure
Registration year: 2016
Dasht-e Lut l Amazing Effect of nature
Dasht-e Lut is a desert plain with an area of about 175,000 kilometers in southeastern Iran.
This desert includes parts of the Kerman, Sistan and Baluchestan, and South Khorasan, which is the seventh largest desert in the world. Also, this is the hottest place on the earth. In 2005, in Dasht-e Lut, temperature of 159.3 degrees Fahrenheit was measured, the highest ever officially confirmed for a location on Earth.
Registration year: 2016
Address: Parts of Kerman, Sistan and Baluchestan and South Khorasan provinces
Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of Fars Region
This collection includes 8 archaeological sites which is dispersed in three geographic Bishapur, Firoozabad and Sarvestan in the southeast of Fars province. Sassanid Archaeological Landscape of Fars included structures, palaces, ancient cities. Monuments in this collection date back to the earliest and latest times of the Sassanian Empire, from 224 to 658 CE.
So, this collection as follows:
Historical monuments of Firuzabad: The Palace of Ardashir, Qaleh Dokhtar, The Ancient City of Ardashir-Khurreh, The Investiture Relief of Ardashir, The Valley of Tang-i Ab, The Mehr-Narseh Bridge
Historical monuments of Bishapour: Valerian Palace, Ditch, Bishapour city, Commemorative Columns, Defensive towers, Anahita Temple, Ceremonial Hall, Fire Temple, Historical Bath, The Mosaic Ayvan, Sasanid bridge, Sasanid entrance, Shapur’s Cave, Tang-e Chogan, Reliefs of Tang-e Chogan
Finally, to learn more about these phenomenons and historical monuments , we need to visit them. So, In planning for travel to the destinations which contain these cases, don’t forget them