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The world's tallest Windcatcher
Dowlatabad Garden is one of 9 Iranian gardens, which has been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List and has a worldwide reputation. This garden is the world's tallest Windcatcher, and architecturally very valuable. The very eye-catching space of this garden and its old building, and the entertainment facilities like coffee shops, can create moments of pleasure for you.
The Shazdeh Mahan Garden, due to the presence of the desert and the contrast between the lush environment of the garden and the dry environment outside the walls of the garden, is a special attraction for visitors and tourists, and it can be named as one of the most beautiful traditional gardens in the land of Iran. That created such a contrasting beauty. The presence of a lush garden in the heart of a desert desert where you rarely plant it as a miracle, a strange event that will surprise everyone. This masterpiece of architecture is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The green miracle among the desert
Baghe Ferdows in Tajrish
Ferdows Garden or Baghe Ferdow is one of the most valuable and historic houses in the Shemiranat district of Tehran and in one of the old regional neighborhoods of the same name, which has remained since the Qajar Dynasty to this day and has been used since 2002 in the name of the Museum of Cinema. Many beautiful Stucco can be seen in the Baghe Ferdows. Rounded and thick pillars, decorated with artistic craftsmanship.
The Fath Abad garden is related to the Qajar period, located 25 km from the center of Kerman, the city of Ekhtiyar Abad. This garden is a model for the construction of the Shazdeh Mahan Garden. In addition to the main mansion, with two floors in the center of the complex and in the north of the main pond, there are four seasons in mansion in the west.
Fath abad Garden or Biglar Beygi Mansion
Persian garden is called gardens, which is based on the architecture and its constituent elements including geometric structure, water and trees and middle hills, etc., mainly on the Iranian plateau and peripheral regions affected by its culture.
The history of the establishment of the garden in Iran dates back to pre-Islamic period, and as part of the Iranian life and architecture of the country during that period, so that the remnants of the great firecrackers and the strengthening of their symbols have had a significant share. The establishment of a garden for Iranians indicates the deep cultural and religious connection of the people of Iran with natural elements and also show the adaptation and reconciliation of the needs of man and nature. According to the old Iranians, "Uroza", one of the holy angels, was upset and angry with the damage to the flower. Therefore, it can be said that such beliefs and beliefs can be one of the important factors in the establishment of many gardens throughout the land of Iran.