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Ganjali Khan Bath is a collection of art, architecture and using different materials with a suitable space which attracts people to itself. The architect of bath and in general Ganjali khan complex is a Yazdian architect named “Ostad Mohammad Soltani” who indeed knew the political, economical and cultural conditions of its time.
Mount Lalehzar is a mountain that is located near the town of Lalehzar about 40 kilometres north-east of the city of Baft in Kerman Province. With an elevation of 4351 metres, this mountain is among of the highest peaks of Iran. Nomads move here in warm seasons.
Visiting Palm groves in Bam, kerman province. 17% of world’s palm groves are located in southern and eastern cities of Iran. Jiroft and Bam are in the southern part. In these cities, many people are busy with planting palm trees, which are considered as a very precious plant. They spend most of their time, watering the palm trees, pruning them, picking the dates and etc., in their beautiful palm groves.
The Lut sand-seas are amongst the best developed active dune fields in the world, displaying a wide variety of dune types (crescentic ridges, star dunes, complex linear dunes, funnel-shaped dunes) with dunes amongst the highest observed anywhere on our planet.
There is an interesting tradition for serving the local coffee. The person who serves the coffee will not sit until the guests have drunken coffee. Host’s knock on the cup means “here you are, drink some coffee” The coffee cup must be taken from the host with the right hand, and the coffee will be poured for you until you shake the coffee cup as a sign of “Thank you, enough for me!”