Persian Architecture is a precious gift, among many, to the world culture. In the visitor’s mind, it seems that the architecture of each city and village in Iran reflects a story about different peoples who have come and gone in this land and different dynasties that have ruled the nation during the past 3000 years. Most of the greatest structures and buildings in this ancient country were built for religious purposes, with Zoroastrianism and Islam as the most prevalent religions in Iran. Therefore, most part of Persian architecture is also known as Islamic architecture.
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Words cannot express the beauty and elegance of the city of Shiraz, one of the cultural centers of Iran with its spectacular architecture. It is known as the city of nightingales and roses, the city of gardens and flowers, and the city of poetry. Shiraz with its peaceful and pleasant atmosphere, is the original land of Persia and the cradle of the greatest Persian Empires.
Let’s have a brief look at the tourist spots in the city of Shiraz that are definitely worth visiting at least once on your trip to Iran.
Jahan-nama garden built in 14th century AD. This garden in one of the beautiful garden in Shiraz which ibn Arabshah mention in his book named by “Wonderland of al-Muqadir” as the ornament of the world.So this beautiful place is one of destination for Shiraz tours.This garden is 2.8 hectares with amazing beauty. For confirmation, in the most of itinerary of tourists they describe this garden.One of the beautiful titles of Shiraz City is “City of Garden”.
This city has named by this title due to the presence of gardens such as Jahan Nama Garden, Takht Garden, Delgosha Garden, Afifabad Garden, Narenjestan Garden, etc…By the order of Karim Khan, in 1771, there was built a building among the garden called Kooshak surrounded by streets and pools to duplicate its elegance and beauty.