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Sarv-e Abar kooh

Sarv-e Abar kooh Located 140km south of Yazd, the main road of Yazd-Shiraz passes through Abar Kooh. It is hot and dry in the summer and cold and dry in the winter. Dating back to several hundred years ago, this town was on the main road which linked China to Europe. The Jame’ mosque and a 4500 year old cypress tree are among the sights of this town. ShareTweet AttractionsHandicraftOur Services Home...


Sofalgari Pottery or ‘Sofālgarī’ is one the most acclaimed and renowned, traditional handicrafts of Iran which that refer to the art of making different kinds of pottery and crockery of baked clay such as bowls and jars. The kind of pottery without glaze is called “biscuit pottery (Sofāl)”. Iranian ‘Sofāl’ or earthenware is made of ‘secondary soils’ ( secondary soils are those  not fixed in one place but moving all the time. therefore, have less purity and stickiness and are baked in the heat of 950 to 1000 degrees...


  Ghalamkari ‘Ghalamkāri’, which is a type of dying the cloths, is one of the most ancient crafts in Iran. In ‘Ghalamkāri’ the foundation cloth is usually calico or loincloth, but silk cloth are also used .In the dying process, at first the foundation cloth is colored milky white. Next the cloth is washed and dried, and then the designs or patterns are transformed to the cloth with a wooden signet; the signet is put on a cushion soaked in dye and subsequently is struck on the cloth. The...


Mina / Meena Mina’ is one of the most traditional handicrafts of Iran whose origin dates back to around 2000 B.C, when it had originated in Iran. As professor Pope has put it in his book ‘The Survey of Iranian Art’: “Enameled working is the brilliant art of fire and soil, with baked, luminous colors that dates back to 1500 B.C.” Enameled working is done through two different methods; the first method is to turn the colors into soft powder and mix them with water and glycerin, and then...


“Khatam” is one of the graceful Iranian handicrafts that is utilized to coat boxes, cases and frames. As an acclaimed expert in Persian archeology has put it a sample of Khātam is: “a pair of doorposts belonging to the year 1591, with background of walnut, tiled with bones and various pieces of wood, and is called ‘Khātambandī’.” The origin of the name may come from the fact that in one centimeter of ‘Khātam’ more than 200 pieces of wood, metal and bone are employed-something that demands a great deal...

Menar jonban

Menar jonban The historic mausoleum called Menar-e Junban (The Shaking Minaret) from the Mongol period and 6 km to the west of Esfahan, consists of the tombstone of Amu Abdollah Karladani (bearing the date 1316 AD) and two shaking minarets each soaring high on either side of the mausoleum ivan, as the main attraction of the place. If you climb up the very narrow stairway to the top of one of these minarets and lean hard against the wall it will start to sway back and forth, and so...

Naghsh-e Jahan square

Naghsh-e Jahan square Known also as Imam Square, the square is a masterpiece of urban construction situated at the heart of the legendary city of Isfahan. Built in the 17th century CE by Shah Abbas of the Safavid dynasty at the time of flourishing of Isfahan, the compound consists of bazaars, mosques and government headquarters.   Its name, Naqsh-e Jahan means “image of the world” in Persian. The compound has been described as a Persian equivalent to Saint Mark’s in Venice. Two beautiful mosques of Masjed-e Imam and Masjed-e...


Persepolis It was one of the first Iranian sites to be registered in UNESCO World Heritage List. The Persepolis compound, known to Iranians as Takht-e Jamshid, is a very remarkable example of ancient monuments of Iran.     Persepolis (Persian: Takht-e Jamshīd) is perhaps the best-known archaeological monument of Persia (Iran). Here in the twinkling of an eye we can leave the modern world behind and find ourselves in about 500 BC at the capital of the greatest empire the world had known to that time: the Persian Empire....