Tangible And Intangible Heritage Of Qanat

Tangible And Intangible Heritage Of Qanat

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Qanat construction as a cultural tradition has led to the formation of human settlements and creation of unique landscapes during the last three thousand years.
Āb anbār in Qanat of Baladeeh

Ab Anbar: A Roofed Underground Water Cistern

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Ab anbar is an underground structure, constructed in the past to store freshwater for domestic uses. The water reservoir was fed from a near shallow qanat.
Qanat of Zarch

Zarch Qanat – A 3,000 Years Old Water Management System

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Qanat of Zarch known as longest Qanat and the length of 80 km, its mother well is 90 m deep and has more than a thousand well shafts.
Qasabe Qanats of Gonabad

Qasabeh Qanat: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Qasabe Qanat of Gonabad is one of the oldest and largest qanats in the world built between 700 BC to 500 BC. In 2007 It is designated at a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
10 Best Persian Foods That You've Got to Try -Khoresht egheimeh

10 Best Persian Foods That You’ve Got to Try

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The Top 10 Iranian Local Foods one travelling to Iran must try. For those who doesn't really know about Iranian culture.
Iran Desert Tour in Varzaneh, Isfahan

Matt at the Desert of Iran!

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Friday on 31 Aug 2016 at very early morning we leaved beautiful…
Sizdah-bedar Festival - Iranians Celebrating Nature's Day

Sizdah-bedar Festival – Iranians Celebrating Nature’s Day

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Sizdah-bedar is an Iranian festival tradition, celebrated in the thirteenth day of the Farvardin. Iranians have a tradition of spending the day outdoors.