The Silk Road or Silk Route was an ancient network of trade routes that were central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting the West and East from China to the Mediterranean Sea.


Carpet Bazaar of Tabriz
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Tabriz Carpet Bazaar; The Most Colorful Bazaar in Iran

Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex is one of the most important international commercial centers on the path of the Silk Road.
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Handicrafts and Traditional Vocations in Yazd

Yazd is a specific prototype of human creativity in creating and developing life. Also it contains various factors that are prevalent in human urban life.
The Persian qanat
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Qanat: The Water Supply System Under The Desert

Qanat is a unique technological creation where, architecture, technology and science are manifested in association and combination with nature.
Tangible And Intangible Heritage Of Qanat
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Tangible And Intangible Heritage Of Qanat

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
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Ab Anbar: A Roofed Underground Water Cistern

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

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
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Qasabeh Qanat: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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.
Iran Silk Road Tour Travelling through the desert of Iran with a camel
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Iran Silk Road Tour: Travelling through the desert of Iran with a camel

Iran Silk Road Tour is a unique tour and you will be of the very few people who gets to travel across the one of the most important parts of cell growth on and off the camel just like Iranians in ancient times.