15. Golestan Palace Listed on the UNESCO list in 2013
The construction of the
dates back to the time of King Abbas Safavid, and is part of a journey by
Pietro Della vale
(in the year 1208 AH / beginning of the royal citadel) that describes the city of Tehran with the plane tree plantation surrounding the royal palace.
16. Shahr-e Sukhteh (3200 BC) Registered on UNESCO List in 2014
The Shahr-e Sukhteh (burned city) is located fifty-five kilometers from Zabol city in
Sistan and Baluchestan
province and on the Zabol-Zahedan road. The Shahr-e Sukhteh civilization is one of the wonders of the ancient world. It was the most important center of settlement and, in fact, the capital of the region during the Bronze Age.
17. Meymand- Shahr-e Babak Registered on UNESCO List in 2015
The village of Meymand in Kerman. The 10,000-year-old motifs and six-thousand-year-old potteries are among the discoveries that narrate the history of Meymand. Scattered rock houses, temples, castles and various towers dating back thousands of years transform Meymand from a village into a complex of special civilization.
18. Susa Registered on UNESCO List in 2015 Susa
is one of the oldest cities in the world. In this place 5000 years ago, people lived in the castle, and since 4000 years ago, life in Susa has become urban. The area between the rivers Karkheh and Dez was the political capital of the Elamites.
19. Iranian Qanats Registered on UNESCO List in 2016
The Qanats or Kariz is a waterway or canal dug underground to allow water to flow to the surface of the earth. This is the atmosphere or channel deep in the ground to connect the wells that originate from The main well.
20. Loot Desert UNESCO Registered in 2016
"Loot Plain" or "Loot Desert” is the widest desert plain in southeastern Iran and one of the warmest and arid deserts in the world. The Lut Desert was measured as the hottest spot in the Earth's thermal poles in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009, and in 2005 reached a record of the warmest temperature on Earth at temperatures above 70 ° C. submitted.
21. Yazd UNESCO Registered in 2017 Yazd
is the first adobe city and the second most historic city in the world after Venice, Italy.
22. Sassanid Archeology Site in Fars region UNESCO Registered in 2018
Sassanid archaeological site of Fars province, eight ancient sites located in three ancient sites, Firuzabad, Bishapour, Sarvestan in southwest of Fars province. These sites include the city of Gore, the capital of Ardashir Babakan-Bishapour, the city and its successor architectural structures, Shapur I and Sarvestan, the palace of Bahram the Fifteenth King of Sassanid.
23. Hyrcanian Mixed Forests UNESCO Registered in 2019
Hyrcanian Mixed Forests
, dating from 25 to 50 million years (Paleogene period), are considered one of the most valuable forests in the world and a source of eco-tourism and are known as the Natural Museum.
24. Monastery of Iranian Armenians UNESCO Registered in 2008
The complex is comprised of three
Armenian churches Armenian churches
(the Monastery of Saint Thaddeus, the Saint Stepanos Monastery and the Chapel of Dzordzor) located in the provinces of West Azerbaijan and East Azerbaijan.
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