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Castle
Historical Site
chaojileThe castle of Karim Khan, which was built in the heart of Shiraz in the early days of the Zander dynasty, was part of the court that Karim Khan wanted to build to rival Isham, and was one of the most important buildings in Shiraz, and the largest and most prominent complex of the time. The area reaches more than 4,000 square meters.
4.3/5
106 Reviews
Square
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
老吴华哥Imam Square is also known as Isfahan Royal Square, which means "the world's model", is the second largest square in the world, UNESCO is listed in the world cultural heritage list. The square is a collection of the most beautiful real architectural artifacts of the Safavid Empire, including the unparalleled Shah Mosque, the elegant Sheklofra Mosque, the luxurious Ali Capri Palace.
4.5/5
84 Reviews
Palace
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Sahar AhmadivafaThis place shows an iranian culture and history It was a very good experience I do really recommend it
4.5/5
148 Reviews
Mosque
老吴华哥The Mosque is also called the Mosque of Mosque, the most elegant and photogenic mosque in southern Iran, because of the most pink color in the outer walls of the most distinctive pink mosque. It does not occupy much land, but sits in the reputation of Iran's most beautiful mosque, a girl in veil, waiting for you to come near.
4.4/5
136 Reviews
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
_We***49persepolis . It is a symbol of Persian history and civilization
4.4/5
39 Reviews
Museum
山水人生The National Treasure Museum is also called the "National Jewelry Museum" because it is owned by the National Bank of Iran, so it is located next to the National Bank building. This museum, located in the underground vault of the Central Bank of Iran, displays jewels from the Iranian royal palace, of course, most of these jewels are royal supplies. Purchase tickets for 200,000 lire/person, store all backpacks and camera phones, and enter the National Treasure Museum in the Bank’s Palace after several strict security checks. The first thing you see when you enter the door is the peacock bed, huge objects, exquisite shapes, and jewels all over the body, which immediately pulls us from real life to the state of luxury enjoyment. Then I walked into a dimly lit basement. The exhibition hall with a small area but extremely rich exhibits was overcrowded. This is a place that every tourist who travels to Iran wants to come. However, it is only open four days a week, and it is only three hours a day in the afternoon, so the exhibition hall is very busy. Appreciating such a jewel-like thing, what you actually need is quietness and relaxation, but what you feel at this moment is people's restlessness in front of luxury. This is probably in line with human nature. The museum collects a large number of royal treasures from the pre-Islamic Revolution period (mainly the Safavid dynasty, the Kaiga dynasty and the Pahlavi dynasty), including crowns and sabers studded with diamonds, various gems, belts, jewelry boxes, etc. Estimate. Wandering among these jewels, which are claimed to be the most numerous in the world, everything you see with your eyes seems to be shining everywhere. In a limited space, there are priceless gold and silver jewelry, from the style to the content, we have never seen a luxurious display. From wearing jewelry to crowns, from daggers to weapons, from pocket watches to powder boxes, from clothing to supplies, from ornaments to plug-ins, there seems to be everything. At this moment, we are indeed shocked by the luxury of the Iranian royal family. Although China's royal collections are also world-famous, they do not seem to be as rich and complicated as they are shown here. Relatively speaking, the Iranian royal family looks more open and tasteful, which may have a close genetic connection with the long history of the Persian Empire. Of course, this also makes us more eager to learn more about Iran, this mysterious and ancient country. There are a lot of tourists here, and most of them are European and American tourists. Only when they arrive here can the current Iranian tourism gradually heat up. After finishing the tour inside the Treasure Museum and getting the stored luggage, we followed the tips of netizens and bought another picture introduction of the exhibits in English. As long as the price of a very beautiful album is equivalent to RMB 5, it is really cheap.

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