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if you give a kish tour in the end of your tour go to KARIZ a tunnel in underground about 16... read more

Reviewed December 4, 2022
seyedmousa
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Tehran, Iran
Stone monument in the deep.

Stone monument in the deep. What a stunning building. It has worth the try . A calm place to hit... read more

Reviewed November 19, 2022
EhsanGhasrfakhri
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Shiraz, Iran
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Reviewed April 26, 2016 via mobile

Very nice experience, walking along walls that made of ancient fossils and thinking about technology belongs to years ago! It took two hours for us to visit, buy souvenirs and drink tea.

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed April 21, 2016

Kish underground city is a unique experience for walking through the walls made up of pearls and tunnels with fossils of sea creatures; in there you can see for example a turtle fossil aged 50 million years. It is nicely designed with traditional architecture and music. The staff are informed and helpful.
There are small beautiful shops from which you could buy souvenirs. There is also a very beautiful tea house which has been designed with a taste of Persian architecture and local dresses.This is a worthy trip to a pearl city.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank Ali A
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Reviewed April 11, 2016 via mobile

It's a Qanat which dates back to centuries ago. The roof is patterned with fossils and this feels like a unique experience. You walk under a roof that ages more than 50000 years.

Date of experience: December 2015
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Reviewed April 6, 2016

Originally It was a Qanat - the underground structure devised by Iranian to move and preserve water from one place to another in hot areas - refurbished some years ago and being used as a kind of museum to help people get to know about this structure and also the culture and local lifestyle.

They have some shops selling souvenirs and gifts and also an Iranian traditional restaurant as well

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed April 5, 2016 via mobile

Innitially this place was kind of shelter and fresh water well in the middle of island. And about 20 years ago local goverment developt it to became an attraction. Located not to far from main road between Citycenter and Araba (used to be fisherman village surburb).

From the main road look nothing but bush. But you will see some thing amazing once entering the gate down below. Tourist guide will explain how Kariz was build using simple technology. Every 30m along the tunnel there are dooms protrude to the ground level to provide natural light inside.

On the way out you will find cafe and souveneer shop.

Date of experience: May 2015
Thank Yoyok L
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