43. Chehel Sotoun Mansion
The Chehel Sotoun Palace is one of the royal gardens remained from the Safavid period in Isfahan, also known as the Chehel Sotoun Palace or the Chehel Sotoun Museum Garden. This cultural heritage is one of the most famous and popular places of interest in Isfahan.
44. Vakil Bazar
One of the most famous traditional and historical markets of Iran is the Vakil Bazar. The bazaar, built by Karim Khan, is now located in the center of Shiraz. Next to the bazaar are other places like the mosque and the historic Vakil bath. 45. Hariri House
45. Hariri House
Hariri House in Tabriz is one of the most beautiful houses built in the early Qajar period. The large number of murals, the variety of designs, motifs and color, and the interesting themes of the Qajar era and the presence of Tabriz's Qajar style of painting have made the Hariri house among the historic houses of East Azerbaijan and even the country.
46. Ganjali Khan Historical Bath
The building is located on the northeast side of Ganjali Khan Square in Kerman and is part of Ganjali Khan complex.
47. Nashtifan Mills
Nashtifan mills are beautiful attractions of Nashtifan village in Khorasan Razavi province. The city is famous for its old windmills. The monsoon winds of the Sistan area, which lasts about 120 days every year, have created a unique opportunity for the development of unique windmills in the city.
48. Moayedi icebox
Moayedi icebox is the largest adobe fridge in Iran and in the world. It was built at the end of the Safavid period and the name "Moayedi" is because the water has been supplied by the aqueduct known as Moayedi aqueduct. The building has been used for ice storage in the past for summer time.
49. Kandovan Village
Kandovan village is located on the slopes of Sahand mountain and is famous for its rocky architecture that was created by the volcanic interactions of the Sahand Mountains. Kandovan is one of the three rocky villages in the world that makes it interesting.
50.Holy shrine of Imam Reza
The shrine of Imam Reza or the Razavi shrine is the Buried of Ali ibn Musa al-Reza is the eighth Imam of the Shias. Located in the city center of Mashhad in Razavi Khorasan province of Iran, the Shiites are honored as a "shrine" and a sacred place. Many of the buildings of this shrine have survived from the Safavid period, especially during the reign of Shah Tahmasb Safavid.
51. Vaneshan Village
Golpayegan is a historic and ancient city in Isfahan province which has many valuable attractions. This land of four seasons in Iran has an ancient historical background. Its construction dates back to the reign of the Kyanian dynasty, the Middle Paleolithic and the Neolithic.
52. Shahcheragh Holy shrine
Shahcheragh is the name of a mosque and tomb in Shiraz , where Shia believe that Ahmad bin Musa, the eldest son of Musa Kazim, is buried. He was on his way to join his brother in Khorasan, who was killed on the way by Abbasid Caliphate order in Shiraz.
Iran warmly welcomes its guests and embraces them with open arms as Iran has a 2,500-year-old civilization and inherits the world's first human rights declaration.
Part of the Cyrus the Great Declaration of Human Rights
Until the day I'm alive and Mazda gives me the success of the sovereignty. I will respect the religion and creed of the nations of which I am king and will not allow or insult or denounce the rulers and subordinates of my own religion or the customs of the nations I am king of or other nations. I will not impose my rule on any nation from the day I have taken the throne, until the day I live and Mazda gives me the success of the sovereignty. And every nation is free to accept me or not to reign. And any nation that does not want me to be king, I will not fight for the reign of that nation. I declare today, that everyone is free, to ask any religion he wishes, and to reside wherever he wishes, provided he does not usurp anybody’s right there, does and any job he wishes, and consume his property in any way he wishes, provided it does not harm the rights of others. I declare that everyone is responsible for his own actions and that no one should be punished for the fault of one of his relatives, that the punishing one instead of the guilty brother and vice versa is completely forbidden, and that if a person commits a crime against a family or tribe. Only the culprit should be punished, not others.

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