FEEL 8 PERSIAN ARCHITECTURE AND EXOTIC PARADISES
Have you ever heard about Persian gardens?
The first thing most tourists traveling to Iran are curious about is probably visiting the Persian gardens. Unlike the almost dry central area of Persia, Iranians have enamored with nature and lush landscapes. Persian gardens have been inspired by paradise, which has green lands, towering trees, and the stream of cold water.
In the past, Iranians came together, sat in the lush exterior of the mansion, and enjoyed the scent of the orange trees, wet soil, jasmine flowers, and fresh fruits in the pool.
It is worth noting that the Nine Persian gardens have inscribed by UNESCO as the nomination of 'Persian garden' in 2011. These nine Iranian gardens are a reflection of Persian beauty and unique architecture.
Dolat Abad Garden
Bagh-e Dolat Abad, constructed in 1750, is the enthralling garden within the Yazd town. This garden consists of a pavilion, which demonstrates the highest skill of Iranian architects, encircled by different buildings. The extended pool built ahead of the main pavilion. While you are wandering in, smooth air gently caresses your face. Moreover, on the way to the mansion, the grape and pomegranate trees refresh the atmosphere of the garden. The interior part of the pavilion appears exciting to the majority of tourists designed with complicated frame and exquisite stained-glass windows. This garden additionally boasts the foremost elevated wind tower in the world, which stands over 33.8m height.
Chehel Sotoun Garden
Bagh-e Chehel Sotoun virtually called "Forty Columns" is a pleasure pavilion and reception hall in a beautiful and vast garden. Shah Abbas II completes this garden at the end of the sixteenth century in Isfahan city. The title of this Safavid-era complex, which means "Forty Columns" in Persian, was galvanized by the twenty Doric wooden columns abutting the doorway of the pavilion when reflecting on the water of the pool seem to be forty. In the higher part of the pool, the Anahita sculpture shield the water. Also, the hall (Throne Hall) has richly adorned with miniatures and ceramics.
Bagh-e Eram is a lovely garden in Hafez's town, Shiraz. The "Eram" is the Persian word that implies "heaven." This garden is illuminating the word "heaven," which has expressed in the holiest of books, the Quran as water flow within the irrigation channels and plants glisten beneath the sunlight. Eram garden and its mansion were constructed during the middle of the thirteenth century by the Ilkhanate. The designer of this building is Mohammad Hasan designing with 32 rooms in two stories and tiling with poems of Hafez.
Bagh-e Fin located in Kashan Isfahan province has designed for Shah Abbas I in the sixteenth century. This aesthetic garden, with its evergreen and five-hundred-year-old cedars and turquoise-tiled pools, which their water channels flowing crystal-clear warm water around the garden, can be the reflection of the epitome of the Persian garden. This Iranian garden consists of 2 pavilions and one Iranian hammam alongside the garden, known because of the murdering of Amir Kabir, the prime minister of the Qajar dynasty, in this Bathroom. Another place in this garden is the Kashani National museum, which can be impressive for a glance.
Abbas Abad Garden
Bagh-e Abbas Abad is a pearl in Mazandaran built by the order of Shah Abbas, the great within the southeast of Behshahr in the northern Jungle of Iran. Abbas Abad garden has a distinct feature because it is the most outstanding non-desert garden in Iran and consists of a tower and mansion in the middle of the lake, which has given scenic beauty to the garden.