Iran World Heritage Sites
The Islamic Republic of Iran enjoys various tangible and intangible heritage that signify its cultural and ritual diversities, rich history of civilization, epochal monuments, unique natural sites, and rituals. This cultural diversity has been the result of the deep civilization of Iran and the efforts of the peoples of this land over the past years. This genuine civilization is a valuable gift to all the people of the world. UNESCO's list is a major universally reference of world cultural heritage. It includes all tangible and intangible cultural heritage of a country, and now Iran has recorded 23 monumental and also registered several and many more on the waiting list.
Some Iranologists has been attributed to Parthian and Seleucid Empire periods. The evidence obtained from this place belongs to the Parthian Period and the first millennium BC.
A STREET FOR DIALOGUE IN TEHRAN
CROSSROAD OF RELIGIONS AT 30 TIR STREET
One of the most important Iran's cultural features is the coexistence and the common life of different religions(Jewish, Christian, Zoroastrian). This cultural feature in this land, as well as in many cities of Iran, has been from hundreds of years ago. The main cities of Iran, such as Isfahan, Shiraz, Yazd, and Tehran, have this important feature. There is one of these cultural attributes at 30 Tir street- Tehran.
Feen Garden Kashan
Kashan is located at the edge of the desert at 220 km distance of south of Tehran and 86 Km of the south of Qom. Fin is one of the promenade areas around Kashan. We can assume the proportion of Fin to Kashan as Tajrish to Tehran. The area where Fin garden is located known as "Feen Kochack (small Feen)" that is located at the southwest wing of Kashan. The historical garden of Feen is located at the end of the southeast of Fin road (Amir Kabir St.) in Kashan and in the vicinity of Soleyman historical spring. In the past, there was a set of gardens and Feen garden was the main and indeed the pearl of that set.