Iranian Garden
 
 
Persian Garden is the Iranian coexistence with dry and Low rainfall climate symbol. A lush paradise in a warm and dry climate. Of course it is not the end! Gardens are also have a mansion in, sometimes so majestically grand that the greenery of the garden is losing its fairness in the eyes of any Spectator.
Good to know that, the tradition of gardening in Iran dates back to the Achaemenid period, it still prevalent in the Safavid period or even Qajar in Iran. In fact, the Iranian carpet map is derived from the Persian Garden Plan. The enthrallment of Iranian Aden has led the UNESCO to register 9 Persian gardens in the World Heritage List in 2011.
In the old texts found in Persepolis , a place in Pasargadae named "Partetash" has been mentioned which means same as the, Ferdows in Arabic or "Paradise" of English.
he oldest Iranian garden listed on the World Heritage is Persepolis , which is the most ancient Persian garden pattern we have inherited. This royal garden was built during the Achaemenid period, ordered by Cyrus the great. According to historical documents, even the planting of trees was advised by Cyrus Achaemenid based on scientific and geometric principles, and he personally supervised construction and development of the garden.
But what may have left from Pasargadae after all these years may not be able to properly depict the Iranian garden's face. So you should come from Pasargadae to Shiraz and see "Eram Garden"". A garden that truly is a Heaven surrounded by Iranian cedar "Sarv-e Naaz".
 
 
 
 
The " Fin garden of Kashan " , which dates back to the Safavid period, is one of the well-registered Persian gardens in the world, which not only has the unique characteristics of the Persian Garden, but also was the place of important events because this garden witnessed the death of one of the ministers of the Qajar period, Amir Kabir.
 
 
 
" Chehelsotoun Garden " is located near the " Naqsh-e Jahan Square " in " Isfahan " and is one of the gardens that has gained world renown through its mansion. The entrance to the Chehelsotoun mansion has twenty pillars rising to stars.
The second you enter the mansion, these are murals that immerse you in history. Paintings which depict the Safavid kings during banquet and reception of guests as well as during the war.
 
 
 
 
Kerman is also among the deserted cities, which seeing such a lush garden looks strange. However the masterpiece of engineering in Iranian garden has made it possible. When entering the "Shazdeh Mahan Garden" , stairway structure of the garden lid your eyes to the highest part of the garden, the beautiful Qajar mansion. During spring and summer, the mansion drowns under the dense trees shadow, and in autumn, the colorful leaves of the trees gives a dreamy vision to the garden.
Not to mention, however, that gardening is not unique to desert areas. "Abbas Abad Beh-shahr Garden" in Mazandaran province, in the north of Iran , is the only registered garden in the World Heritage List, located in the Iranian forest district. What affects the attractiveness of this garden is its belvedere, which with the rise of water, the whole structure goes under water, hiding like a secret, and only those how know this secret can spot it by the plants that have grown on belvedere ceiling, and for those how don’t, it's just a trivial island on the lake.
Now that you know its Mistry Just wait for the water level to get low, to see the coil on either side of a pair of arch.
 
 
 
 
Each Iranian garden has a special and unique feature. The 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 Akbarieh Garden. Although, the Akbarieh Garden of Birjand 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 Khorasan 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.
 
 
 
 

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