Attractions in Iran

Always "the most" have been appealing. The most important ones are one of the most important reasons for travel for tourists and tourists. This feature is so much fun that many are building. For example, a rider in the corner of the world is made up to be the world's tallest tower and famous for its name among the towers to be the destination of the tourists. Iran, however, is the site of most of the many and many do not.

In this list, there were more than 10 titles of the most in Iran, so some of them were removed from the main content. Reading is not a blessing.

The most enormous stone of the world

The construction of the Persepolis or as recorded in the inscriptions, the Persian city of the city, 55 kilometers north-east of Shiraz and opposite the Luhme Marvdasht in 518 BC, began on the orders of Darius I, and lasted a total of 120 years. This huge complex with an area of 135,000 square meters is the largest Achaemenid magnificent complex ever built of stones.


It's interesting to know that there are no mortar used between the rocks and the rocks are clamped together. Of course, in some cases, the iron bundles, known as snails, have been used. The Persepolis complex consists of seven palaces, prominent motifs, staircases, columns and two tombstones.

The hottest part of the world

The Lut desert, 80 kilometers north of Shahdad, is a hotbed of volcanic lava with an area of 480 square kilometers, called wheat barley, and sometimes burned lake, with the temperature of 67 degrees Celsius in the shade! In wheat barley in a space of 200 km and a width of 150 km, no life goes on, and the conditions are such that in addition to plants and animals, even bacteria can not survive. As a result, the bodies are not decomposed and are only dried by the sun's radiation.

Until the discovery of the area by Professor Kardvani, it was thought that the Libyan desert in the north of the sub-Sahara, with 57.7 degrees Celsius, was the warmest point in the globe, but now it is wheat grass. If you plan to travel to the thermal pole of the planet, close the barracks between November and April.

The world's tallest brick tower

The Tower of Gonbad-e-Qabus in the year 375 was built on the orders of Qaboos Bin Voshmyr from the kings of Al-Ziar in Gurjan (current Gonbad-Kavoos), the capital of this government, due to his tomb.

The building is made of bricks of comet and moles, and is made up of a multifilament cylinder that includes the pivot, the crypt, the body and the cone dome. The Qaboos Tower is located above a hill that is about 15 meters above the Earth's surface. The height of the tower is 55 meters, taking into account the height of the hill, a total of 70 meters above the ground.

The longest saline cave in the world

The saltwater cave on the island of Qeshm is about 6580 meters long. Until the discovery of the cave, the Salt Cave in Palestine was considered to be the longest salt water cave of 5685 meters long. The flow of salt water on the floor of the cave is one of its pleasant spots. The humidity of the island and the penetration of water in the cave cause the immersion of saturated salt on the body of the Qandils, which transforms their shape continuously.

The saltwater cave has a salt lake at a depth of one meter at a distance of 160 meters inlet opening. From the heart of the salt dump, a continuously flooded groundwater flows out to open the road and, after solving the salt on its way, appears as a salt spring on the mountain slope. This fountain in the pit in front of you, puts a natural white pink.

The world's largest texture

Yazd is one of the most important cities in the living and historical scene of the country, which contains a complete collection of buildings of various time periods including old markets, mosques, gardens, mansions, fire temples, etc.

In addition to being the world's largest mosaic, the city, with its 743 hectares and 5,000 hectares of privacy, is considered the most untouched historical texture in the country.

The world's largest non-insular island

Qeshm is the largest independent island in the world, located at the most sensitive strategic point of the Persian Gulf and at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz. The length of the island is about 120 kilometers and the island's width varies from place to place. The maximum width of the island is between the slopes and the long slopes. The average width of the island can be 14 kilometers. A large part of the northern coast of the island is covered by a 150-km-long mangrove forest.


Qeshm Island with a total area of 1,491 square kilometers in 23 countries is wider. For example, Qeshm is 2.5 times more than Singapore, Bahrain and San Marino, 1.5 times Hong Kong, five times Maldives and 70 times Macao.

The hottest spring in the world

The hot spring of Qinrjah in the south of Meshkin city and at 1240 meters altitude of the northern slopes of Sabalan is adjacent to four other mineral springs. This spring, at 86 ° C, is the hotterest chloride spring in the world, with three spans.

Due to the therapeutic properties of the elements present especially high, it is beneficial for the treatment of lymphatic drainage, rhizotimis and chronic rheumatoid arthritis. The high temperature of this fountain is pain and anti-swelling. Next to the Cascade Fountain, it has added to the beauty and attraction of Cheshme Qinarjeh tourism.

The oldest tree in the world

One of the oldest organisms in the world, Cyrus Abarkuh with a lifetime of about 4000 to 4500 years. Around the trunk of this tree on the ground, 11.5 meters and a height of 25 to 28 meters is fulfilled. In some myths, planting this beautiful tree is attributed to Zoroastrianism.


The world's most ancient universal bridge

The bridge, located in downtown Dezful, links the east and west of the city and has long been a transit point between the cities of Shushtar, Andimeshk and Dezful.


The history of the Dezful Bridge dates back to 260 when the Shapur I of Sassanid built a bridge with 70,000 Romanians to build the bridge. The bridge has 14 holes and the river Daz passes through it. This bridge was restored and restored during the period of Azd al-Dawlah Deylami, Safavid and Pahlavi; but its foundations remain unchanged from the Sassanid era.

The oldest of all the world

The beautiful landscape of Narin Castle in Meybod, which is called the local people of the castle, is the most significant survivor of old urbanism. Narin Castle has historic, geographic, architectural and urban, political, military, religious and mythological value. It is built on top of a pile built to all over the region.

Because of this, it is visible from far away. The time of Naryn Castle is based on the mythology of the Prophet Solomon.

The world's tallest wind turbine in Yazd

The 8th strait of the Dolatabad garden in Yazd is 33 meters tallest in the world.

The world's oldest animal species

Three eyes (triops) are an aquatic beast that is named after the 220 million years old as the living fossil and the oldest animal species in the world. This rare species lives in the seasonal watershed of West Azarbaijan province.


The world's oldest dam

Karbar Dam is 25 km from the old Qom road of Kashan. It is considered to be the works of the Sassanid period. The dam has survived more than a thousand years and several earthquakes.


The strangest aqueduct of the world

One of the masterpieces of ancient engineering is the Ardestan two-story aqueduct. On each floor of this 800-year-old aqueduct, an independent water flows and water does not penetrate each other. The aqueduct is two kilometers long and its discharge rate is 60 liters per second.


The world's largest indoor market

The Tabriz market, with an area of about one million square meters, is the largest brick-and-ceiling brick building in the world. Due to its location on the Silk Road, Tabriz has always been an important venue for trading.

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