The 52 Iranian cultural sites part 2

Donald Trump recently tweeted about 52 Iranian cultural sites as the target. These 52 sites are a valuable and well-known collection in Iran and around the world. The following is just a brief glimpse of Iran's natural and historical Important tourist attractions.

25. Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai
Saad al-Saltaneh Caravansary is known as the largest indoor caravanserai in Iran. It dates back to the late Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar era and is one of the most beautiful, old and spectacular monuments in Qazvin.
26. Sa'dabad Palace
Saadabad Palace was built during the Qajar period and was the summer residence of the kings of Qajar dynasty. The building displays the architecture of the Iranian garden very well, and the presence of old plane trees has become a good home for parrots in Tehran.
27. Babak Fort
The Babak Fortress, built on a 2300-meter-high mountain, is about three kilometers from the town of Kalibar. The fort was built in the Sasanian era and derives its name from Babak Khorramdin.
28. Rudkhan Castle

Some experts believe that the construction of this ancient Iranian castle during the Sassanid era and coincided with the Arab invasion of Iran. The castle was rebuilt during the Seljuk period and was one of the Ismaili Alamut fighting bases.
29. Ali-Sadr Cave
Ali Sadr Cave is one of the few wetland caves in Iran and one of the few water caves remained in the world. Ali-Sadr Cave also has the longest sailing route inside the cave in the world.
30. Aghazadeh Historical House
The image of the wind Cather of this house is printed on the back of the Iranian Twenty thousand Rials banknote. This house owns the largest two-storey wind-catcher in Iran.
31. Bahram fire Temple
Although the antiquity of the Yazd Atashkadeh dates back to 80 years ago during the Pahlavi era, however the fire that burns inside it has been lit for more than 1500 years.
32. Borujerdi House
Borujerdi House and Tabatabaee House are the works of historical architecture of Kashan. Broujerdi house was built in the Qajar era. This house with symmetrical crescent shape wind-catchers and the Pavilion in the middle of the building exhibits one of the most beautiful aspects of Iranian architecture.
33. Nasir al-Molk Mosque
Nasir al-Molk is one of the most valuable Iranian mosques from the perspective of tile work, and it is unique in terms of construction especially in term of Mogharnas works. For windows and doors of this mosque colored glass has been installed and tiles are the predominant pink color, which is why it is also called the Pink Mosque of Iran. The main entrance to the mosque is designed with seven-color tiles with lots of ornamentation of Shiraz lilies and roses.
34. Vakil Mosque
Vakil Mosque is a historical mosque dating from the Zand period in Shiraz built according to Karim Khan Zand order. Located west of Vakil Bazar, the mosque has a two-porch layout with two south and east niches.

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