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The Bazaar of Tabriz (Persian بازار تبریز, Bāzār-e Tabriz) is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered bazar in the world. It was inscribed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2010

The Bazaar of Tabriz (Persian بازار تبریز, Bāzār-e Tabriz) is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered bazar in the world. It was inscribed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2010

The Arg-é Bam (ارگ بم in Persian, "Bam citadel") was the  largest adobe building in the world, located in Bam, a city in the  Kerman province of southeastern Iran

The Arg-é Bam (ارگ بم in Persian, "Bam citadel") was the largest adobe building in the world, located in Bam, a city in the Kerman province of southeastern Iran

Rawanduz, is a city of South Kurdistan, located in the #Soran District of Hewler (Erbil) #Governorate. #Rawandiz was the capital of the historical Soran Emirate. The majority of its inhabitants are Kurds.

Rawanduz, is a city of South Kurdistan, located in the #Soran District of Hewler (Erbil) #Governorate. #Rawandiz was the capital of the historical Soran Emirate. The majority of its inhabitants are Kurds.

Windcatcher(بادگیر‎ ),is a traditional Persian architectural element to create natural ventilation in buildings. Windcatchers come in various designs: uni-directional, bi-directional, and multidirectional. Windcatchers remain present in many countries and can be found in traditional Persian-influenced architecture throughout the Middle East. Yazd,Iran

Windcatcher(بادگیر‎ ),is a traditional Persian architectural element to create natural ventilation in buildings. Windcatchers come in various designs: uni-directional, bi-directional, and multidirectional. Windcatchers remain present in many countries and can be found in traditional Persian-influenced architecture throughout the Middle East. Yazd,Iran

Persepolis.  Photograph by Simon Norfolk | Envoys bearing tribute march eternally up a ceremonial staircase in the spectacular ruins of Persepolis, capital of the once mighty Achaemenian Empire, which during the time of Xerxes (486-465 B.C.) had dominated the civilized world.

Persepolis. Photograph by Simon Norfolk | Envoys bearing tribute march eternally up a ceremonial staircase in the spectacular ruins of Persepolis, capital of the once mighty Achaemenian Empire, which during the time of Xerxes (486-465 B.C.) had dominated the civilized world.