Portfolio Category: UNESCO

Chogha Zanbil

It was almost in third millennium B.C. that the Akkadian language largely supplanted Elamite, and even proper names were more often Semitic than Elamite. This policy of assimilation threatened the local culture, which only survived owing to the asylum afforded it in the inaccessible mountains.

A skillful policy of submission on the part...

Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace

In the center of Tehran and in the middle of a beautiful garden with evergreen trees and fresh climate, a lavish palace lies down that has a long history from the Safavi to Pahlavi dynasty in its heart. A place that was once the location of formal royal receptions of the Pahlavi dynasty.  It...

Imam Square

Naghsh-e-Jahan Square or Imam Square

A big enough Square to be nominated as one of the largest squares of the world with two storeyed arcades on four sides and again other series of shops behind them. In fact, there is nothing that you can't find here. Silver and copper works, carpet, spices, sweets and etc. It...

Pasargadae

Pasargadae

The ancient city of Persia and the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire that was constructed by the founder of the world's largest kingdom until now .i.e. Cyrus the Great. His reign lasted around 31 years and during this time he had around 30 nations on both eastern and western civilizations within his domination. Although...