Tourism Attractions in Iran

The "most" have always been attractive. These have been one of the most important reasons for travel for tourists and tourists. This feature is so attractive that many are making it. For example, a tower is being built around the world to be just the tallest tower in the world and to make its name among the towers to be a tourist destination. Iran, however, is the location of many and many do not know it.

There were more than 10 titles in this list in Iran, so some of them are out of the question; reading them is not a mistake.

The world's largest stone building

The construction of Persepolis, or as recorded in the inscriptions of the Persian city, began 55 kilometers northeast of Shiraz and in front of the plain of Marvdasht in 518 BC under the command of Darius I and lasted approximately 120 years. This massive complex, with an area of ​​135,000 square meters, is the largest Achaemenid magnificent complex, all made of stone.

It is interesting to know that no mortar has been used between the rocks and the rocks have been stuck together. In some cases, however, iron fastenings are known as swallowtails. Persepolis complex consists of seven palaces, prominent motifs, stairs, columns and two stone tombs.

The hottest spot on earth

The Lut Desert, 80 kilometers north of Shahdad, is a hillside full of 480 square kilometers of volatile wheat and sometimes burnt sand, the hottest spot on earth with a temperature of 67 degrees in the shade! In barley wheat, there is no life in the 200-kilometer-long and 150-kilometer-wide space, and the conditions are such that even bacteria and animals do not survive. As a result, the bodies are not decomposed and are only dried by the sun.


Prior to discovering the area, Professor Kurdwani was thought to be the hottest spot on earth in sub-Saharan Africa at 57.7 degrees Celsius, but wheat is now roasted. If you plan to travel to the Earth's thermal poles, close the bar from November to April.


The tallest brick tower in the world

The 375-year-old solar tower or dome was built by the order of Qaboos bin Weshmigar of the kings of Al Zizar in Jorjan (the current dome) of the capital because of his tomb.

The building is made of comet bricks and forms a polyhedral cylinder that includes a foundation and a pillar, a cellar, a body and a cone dome. The Qaboos tower is located on a hill about 15 meters higher than the earth's surface. The tower is 55 meters high, with a total height of 70 meters above the ground.

The longest cave in the world

Salt Lake Cave in Qeshm Island about 6580 meters long. Prior to its discovery, Saddam's Namak Cave in Palestine, with a length of 5685 meters, was considered the world's longest salt cave. The flow of brine at the bottom of the cave is a pleasant sight. The moisture of the island and the penetration of water in the cave cause the saturated brine to drop on the body of the candlesticks, which constantly changes their shape.


Salt Lake Cave has a salt lake about one meter deep within 160 meters of the entrance crater. From the heart of Salt Lake, a steady stream of underground water flows out of the way and, after dissolving salt in its path, appears as a salt spring at the foot of the mountain. The fountain in its opposite pit creates a natural white pond.

The largest adobe tissue in the world

Yazd is one of the most important living and historical cities of the country which has a complete set of buildings of different periods including old markets, mosques, gardens, mansions, fireplaces, etc.

In addition to being the world's largest adobe tissue, it is the country's most intact historical site, with 743 hectares of land and 5,000 hectares of privacy.

The largest non-independent island in the world

Qeshm is the largest non-autonomous island in the world, located at the most sensitive strategic point in the Persian Gulf, at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz. The length of the island is about 120 kilometers and the width of the island varies from place to place. Most of the island's width lies between the elevator and the long slope. The average width of the island can be considered as 14 km. Much of the northern coast of the island is covered by mangrove forests covering an area of ​​150 square kilometers.

Qeshm Island is 1491 square kilometers larger than 23 countries in the world. For example, Qeshm is 2.5 times Singapore, Bahrain and San Marino, 1.5 times Hong Kong, five times Maldives and 70 times Macao.

The hottest spring in the world

The Qingarja spa spring is located south of Moshgin Shahr, at an altitude of 1240 meters north of Sabalan, near four other spas. The fountain, at 86 degrees Celsius, is the world's hottest chloride source with three mouths.

Due to the therapeutic properties of its elements, especially high sulfur, it is useful for the treatment of lymphatism, rickets and chronic rheumatism. The high temperature of this spring relieves pain and anti-swelling. Next to the fountain is a waterfall that has added to the beauty and attraction of the Qinarjeh tourism.

The oldest cedar tree in the world

One of the oldest living creatures in the world, the Cedar Acrobat, with a life span of about 4,000 to 4,500 years. The trunk around this tree is 11.5 meters high and 25 to 28 meters high. In some myths, the planting of this beautiful tree is attributed to Zarathustra.

The most ancient usable bridge in the world

Located in the center of Dezful City, the bridge connects east and west of the city and has long been a traffic junction between the cities of Shushtar, Andimeshk and Dezful.

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