Each Iranian garden has a special and unique feature.
Dowlat Abad Garden of Yazd
is also known for its windmill, registered as the "world's tallest windmill". The next most distinguishing feature of this garden is the water circulation engineering in the entire garden area. There are two ways to cross the water. A hidden path and a visible path! The water that flows in the streams is transferred to the ground by hydro facilities and returns to the ground again.
Among the Persian gardens in the eastern part of the country, one can mention the
Although, the Akbarieh Garden of
has all the characteristics of Persian gardens, such as the observance of geometric principles in plotting and designing the garden space and observing the axis of symmetry, yet some effects of Russian architecture can be detect. Today apart from the monuments of Akbarieh Garden, the Museum of Archeology and Anthropology of Birjand, as well as the Museum of Dolls and Culture of
are located in the garden.
Iranian aqueducts and Gardens have always been hand in hand
"Pahlavan Pour Garden
" of Yazd is a typical example of this coordination. Old, strong, rise to skies trees, as well as streamlet flow, give the Pahlavan Poor gardens a unique identity. Not to mention, this garden is a bridge between the tradition of ancient Persian gardening and modern gardening practices in Iran. The planted dibbered on two sides of the garden, along with pomegranate, almond and persimmon trees, is the all-time 4 season garden.