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In the Iranian garden the main factor is the axis of water flow. it is a crossing axis that make them unique. the palace is located in the middle of the garden. this palace has a tall octagon wind tower that direst wind inside the...More
You are just about to visit one of the nine traditional Persian gardens apointed by Unesco, in 2011, as World Heritage Sites! And that means a lot! This garden, with its fountains and cypress trees, surrounds an octogonal pavillion built in 1750. This was the...More
This is one of the nine registered Persian gardens in UNESCO list. Making this vast garden with different types of fruit such as pomegranate, grape, fig and etc; in a desert has made it a worth visiting world heritage site. Nice cute pavilion, colorful stained...More
It's a beautiful Persian garden with a octagonal pavilion which it has one of longest wind tower in the world with about 33m height, it's a great experience I had. Nice fountains and nice for strolling.
A true example of Persian gardens. This garden with its high wind catcher is a very good place where you can relax and chill out after a busy day. It is a the best place if you want to see how wind catchers were working...More