Like any country in the world, Iran also has a routine and classic routes that most visitors prefer to take when they first travel to Iran.
However, the beauty of nature and landscapes in Iran are endless. Some of the villages have a unique architecture, if you stay with us and spend a few minutes reading this article, you will be familiar with those.
1) Abyaneh Village
With more than 2,000 years of history, the beautiful and
If you ever travel to Abyaneh, try to see it from the other side of the river which gives you the best possible view of the village.
People of Abyaneh are very committed to their culture, tradition, and language. They are the only people who speak with some characteristics of the Middle Persian language in Iran which is the language of the Sassanian Persia.
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2) Kandovan Village
The village is still inhabited and people live inside the volcanic rocks carved in the form of dwelling chambers. To have an authentic experience, when you travel to Kandovan, it would be a good idea to stay at Laleh Kandovan International Hotel which is one of the three rocky hotels in the world.
3) Meymand Village
However, there is a difference between Kandovan and Meymand in the shape, in which the chambers of Kandovan are more vertically while Meymand chambers are more horizontally.
To travel to Meymand which is located in Kerman province in the southeast of Iran, it’s better to take a road from Kerman to Meymand.
4) Masouleh Village
Masouleh Village is located in the green Gilan province in about 2 hours from Rasht and has a unique and magnificent architecture which is not only because of the style of buildings but more due to its size.
The houses are built in a way that the roof of one house serves as the courtyard of the home above. Both courtyards and roofs play a role as pedestrian areas. If you have a plan to travel to Masouleh, don’t forget to enjoy local cuisine as well.
5) Palangan Village
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