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Republic of Iran occupies a territory slightly smaller than Alaska, the population of 82.5 million people. Despite the recent increased interest Muslim tourists are interested in sacred places, and others are attracted by the ancient monuments, the country can not be called the most popular tourist destination.
We decided to show a magical and enchanting pictures of Iran.
The Grand Bazaar in Isfahan, the third largest city in the country.
The mausoleum of Shah-Cerami in the town of Shiraz. The tomb was built in the XIV century.
Inside the mausoleum of Sheikh Safi ad-DIN. The interior of the mausoleum, which was built in the XIV century by the son of the Sheik, is a rare example of medieval Islamic architecture.
A man weaves a pattern of silk on loom in Yazd. Yazd is one of the most ancient cities of Iran, the first written references date back to the third Millennium BC.
A skier climbs up on one of the peaks of the Zagros is the largest mountain chain of modern Iran.
Tiled walls in the mosque Nasir-ol-Molk in Shiraz. The mosque of the roses, as it is called, was built in the XIX century and is one of the main attractions of the city.
Aerial view on the South coast of Iran.
Tea house in Kerman.
Friday mosque, or Friday mosque, in Isfahan. The mosque was founded in the year 771, but all the construction was completed in the twentieth century.
The Grand Bazaar in Isfahan.
Women during Friday prayers at the mosque, built in the XVII century. Tourists are attracted by the unique acoustics of the building — can hear whispers from the far corner, as any noise reverberates around the room 12 times.
The Kurdish village of Palangan. You may notice that houses are built on the roof of the lower houses. Also the roof of the previous houses are often used as patio.
The mausoleum of Shah-Cerami in the town of Shiraz.
The ruins of the Palace in the ancient Persian city of Persepolis, which has arisen in VI-V centuries BC
Women pray at the end of the Holy month of Ramadan in Tehran.
The parrot is waiting for the next customer to "tell fortunes by Hafiz". Hafiz Shirazi — Persian poet of the fourteenth century, which is still revered and much loved in Iran. Around the mausoleum are here are merchants of destiny — the parrot chooses the envelope with quotations from the work of Hafiz.
Inside Golestan Palace in Tehran, which was built in the XVI century. Golestan is also called the Marble Palace, and in translation its name means "Palace of roses."
Roofs of the traditional baths of the Sultan Amir Ahmad in the city of Kashan. Was built in the XVI century.
Dizin ski resort North of Tehran.
Pedestrian arch bridge over the river Zayande, the most water-bearing river in Iran. The bridge was built on the old site in the XVII century.
Armenian choir in the suburb of Julfa in Isfahan.
Inside the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, also known as Vank Cathedral in Isfahan. In Armenian "Vank" means "monastery" or "monastery".
A family rides a motorcycle past the Amir Chakhmagh complex, which represents the facade of the mosque, decorated with many arches. Front square with a fountain.
Relief sculpture of the Sphinx on one of the surviving walls of the Palace at Persepolis.
An architectural symbol of Tehran, Azadi Tower, or Freedom Tower built in 1971 in honor of the 2,500 th anniversary of the Persian Empire.
View of the ancient city of BAM.
Men in the hookah, Isfahan.
Staircase in Persepolis.