lundi 14 décembre 2015


Nashtifan: City of Windmills
Nashtifan is a town located in the southern parts of Khorasan Razavi province 20 kilometers from Khaf and 30 kilometers from the border with Afghanistan.
One of the main characteristics of the area is the strong winds that blow across it, causing it to initially be called Nish Toofan (storm's sting), HistoricalIran reported.
As a result of the natural elements in the area, windmills have been part of the region's landscape and have been used throughout many centuries. 
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samedi 12 décembre 2015

dimanche 6 juillet 2014

Lut Desert


The big desert of Lut is situated in the eastern region of Iran. It is part of the northern of the two deserts belts which encircle the Earth. The Sun heats these two belts of land more than any other part of Earth and creates deserts. A NASA satellite recorded surface temperatures as high as 71 °C (159 °F), the hottest surface temperature recorded on Earth.

dimanche 22 juin 2014

Mazandaran Province, IRAN

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Badab soort is a natural site in mazandaran province in northern iran. it comprises a range of stepped travertine terrace formations that has been created over thousands of years as flowing water from two mineral hot springs cooled and deposited carbonate minerals on the mountainside..

vendredi 6 juin 2014

Iran, Isfahan


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Ispahan a été capitale de l'empire perse sous la dynastie des Safavides entre le XVIe siècle et le XVIIIe siècle. La ville est bien irriguée et noyée de verdure, ce qui offre un contraste bien particulier avec les étendues désertiques qui l’entourent. Les travaux entrepris sous le chah Abbas faisant d'Ispahan une vitrine de l'architecture et de l'art safavide

dimanche 1 septembre 2013

IRAN- LUT DESERT


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The big desert of Lut is situated in the eastern region of Iran. It is part of the northern of the two deserts belts which encircle the Earth. The Sun heats these two belts of land more than any other part of Earth and creates deserts. A NASA satellite recorded surface temperatures as high as 71 °C (159 °F), the hottest surface temperature recorded on Earth.