Iran National Heritage List

The list of Iran's national monuments is a collection of Iran's historical monuments that have been officially registered due to the National Monuments Preservation Law passed in 1309 by the National Council. According to this law, "all industrial works and buildings and places that were built until the end of the Zandiyeh dynasty in the country of Iran, both movable and immovable, can be considered part of Iran's national monuments in compliance with Article 3 of this law and are under the protection and supervision of the government. " After 25 years, on the 11th of Bahman 1334, with the registration of Golestan Palace, the ban on the registration of works related to Qajar and after that was practically lifted. An official list of these works has been published under the name "List of National Works of Iran".

Persepolis Persepolis
Inscription of Dariush (stone inscription of Biston) Inscription of Dariush (stone inscription of Biston)
Shahr-e Sukhteh meaning "Burnt City" Shahr-e Sukhteh meaning "Burnt City"
Cultural Landscape of Uramanat Cultural Landscape of Uramanat
Chogha Zanbil Chogha Zanbil
Sultaniyah Dome (Tomb of Sultan Muhammad Khodabandeh Al-Jaito) Sultaniyah Dome (Tomb of Sultan Muhammad Khodabandeh Al-Jaito)

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100 must-see places in Iran before death, an old list that has been circulating on the internet for years.

Shevi Waterfall Shevi Waterfall
Persepolis Persepolis
Apadana Apadana
Lake Urmia Lake Urmia
Gwadar Bay Gwadar Bay
Ali-Sadr Cave Ali-Sadr Cave

Natural heritage

The national natural heritage of Iran is identified, introduced and registered by the Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran and includes natural geographic areas and special regions of the country that, due to their special physical and biological quality, unique geographical landscapes, natural-historical sites, phenomena and valuable plant samples, Animals and their habitats are determined and put under sustainable protection and exploitation.

Damavand Peak Damavand Peak
Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress) Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress)
Sabalan Sabalan
Shevi Waterfall Shevi Waterfall
Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome ) Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome )
Zarivar Lake Zarivar Lake

Natural Monument

Iran's National Natural Monument (in English: Natural Monument) according to the regulations of Iran's Environmental Organization, are typical phenomena or rare plant and animal collections (environmental) or rare, special and irreplaceable landforms and landscapes that have scientific, historical or natural If they are of conservation value, the national natural effect will be protected by defining their boundaries.

Damavand Peak Damavand Peak
Shevi Waterfall Shevi Waterfall
Sabalan Sabalan
Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome ) Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome )
Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress) Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress)
Dorfak Dorfak

List of World Heritage Sites in Iran

The world heritage in Iran includes 26 historical-cultural and natural places that have been registered in the world heritage. This list includes 24 items of cultural heritage and 2 works of natural heritage. World Heritage is the name of an international treaty that was approved by the General Conference of UNESCO on November 16, 1972. Its subject is the preservation of historical, natural and cultural works of humanity, which are of global importance and belong to all people on earth, regardless of race, religion and nationality.

Persepolis Persepolis
Apadana Apadana
Inscription of Dariush (stone inscription of Biston) Inscription of Dariush (stone inscription of Biston)
Arg-e Bam Arg-e Bam
Achaemenian city (Moshad Marghab, Pasargad) Achaemenian city (Moshad Marghab, Pasargad)
Cultural Landscape of Uramanat Cultural Landscape of Uramanat

World Heritage Tentative List

This list includes works in Iran that are placed in this list with the intention of global registration. Iran has temporarily proposed 61 works for global registration.

Damavand Peak Damavand Peak
Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome ) Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome )
Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress) Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress)
Sabalan Sabalan
Qeshm Island Qeshm Island
Alamut Castle Alamut Castle

Iran Mountains

List of the highest and most famous peaks in Iran

Damavand Peak Damavand Peak
Sabalan Sabalan
Dorfak Dorfak
Binalud Mountains Binalud Mountains
Taftan Peak Taftan Peak
Haftad Qolleh Protected Area Haftad Qolleh Protected Area

Iran Trees

List of old trees of Iran

Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress) Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress)
Aras Sarani Aras Sarani
Mehriz Old Cedar Mehriz Old Cedar
Pistacia atlantica (Pistacia atlantica) Pistacia atlantica (Pistacia atlantica)
Aras Shahrestanak Aras Aras Shahrestanak Aras
Cedar Lar Cedar Lar

Bird watching site

It is a type of entertainment that is related to seeing and examining birds in nature. Bird watching is a part of ecotourism activity. In Iran, 25th of Aban is dedicated to this day. The most active seasons of the year for bird watching in the tropical region are during the spring and fall migration of birds. In these seasons, you can see the most species of birds because those birds that do not build nests in a special area migrate from north to south in these seasons and are seen among the group of migratory birds. The number of bird watchers in the world is continuously increasing, to the extent that there are more bird watchers in England and Germany than football fans. In Iran, the number of bird lovers and birdwatchers is increasing day by day. It is an international treaty for the protection of wetlands and animals and plants related to them (especially water birds), which was approved in Ramsar city in 1349. At first, this treaty was signed by the representatives of 18 participating countries. Currently, this agreement covers 2412 places with an area of more than 254 thousand hectares in 171 countries.

Abandan Wetland Farydon Kenar Abandan Wetland Farydon Kenar
Lake Urmia Lake Urmia
 Gourgul Lagoon Gourgul Lagoon
Gwadar Bay Gwadar Bay
 Almagol Lagoon, Almagle and Tear-eGol Almagol Lagoon, Almagle and Tear-eGol
Zarivar Lake Zarivar Lake

Ramsar Convention

It is an international treaty for the protection of wetlands and animals and plants related to them (especially water birds), which was approved in Ramsar city in 1349. At first, this treaty was signed by the representatives of 18 participating countries. Currently, this agreement covers 2412 places with an area of more than 254 thousand hectares in 171 countries.

Lake Urmia Lake Urmia
Gwadar Bay Gwadar Bay
Abandan Wetland Farydon Kenar Abandan Wetland Farydon Kenar
Zarivar Lake Zarivar Lake
 Almagol Lagoon, Almagle and Tear-eGol Almagol Lagoon, Almagle and Tear-eGol
Hashilan Wetland Hashilan Wetland

Areas under environmental protection

The four regions of Iran Environmental Protection Organization are: National parks, natural landscapes of national and global importance (26 national parks) National natural effect, unique phenomena or plant and animal collections (35 national natural effects) Wildlife sanctuary of exemplary habitats of wild animals (42 shelters) Protected area of special environmental lands (150 protected areas)

Damavand Peak Damavand Peak
Shevi Waterfall Shevi Waterfall
Sabalan Sabalan
Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome ) Salt Mountain Jashak ( Dashti Salt Dome )
Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress) Cedar Abarkooh (Zoroastrian Cypress)
Dorfak Dorfak

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