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Tabriz (تبریز ) is the fourth largest city and one of the historical capitals of Iran and the capital of East Azerbaijan Province. The estimated population of the city is around 3,000,000; the fifth most populous city in Iran.

With a rich history, Tabriz contains many historical monuments, but repeated devastating earthquakes and several invasions during frequent wars have substantially damaged many of them. Many monuments in the city date back to the Ilkhanid, Safavid, and Qajar periods,among them is the large Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex which is inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2010. The oldest signs of the civilization in the city is an excavation site and museum in the city center with a history that dates back 2500 years.

20 notes El-Goli Park in Tabriz, Iran

El-Goli Park in Tabriz, Iran

19 notes “Dinner in Tehran” by Azar Emdadi

“Dinner in Tehran” by Azar Emdadi

766 notes The Mosque of the Prophet (مسجد النبی) of Qazvin, Iran.

The Mosque of the Prophet (مسجد النبی) of Qazvin, Iran.

16 notes The view from above Dehkhoda Square in Qazvin, Iran.
 

The view from above Dehkhoda Square in Qazvin, Iran.

 

35 notes Naghshe-e Jahan (“Image of the World”) in Esfahan, Iran. 

Naghshe-e Jahan (“Image of the World”) in Esfahan, Iran. 

423 notes Fatemeh Masumeh holy shrine in Qom, Iran. 

Fatemeh Masumeh holy shrine in Qom, Iran. 

82 notes Emam Mosque - Isfahan, Iran

Emam Mosque - Isfahan, Iran

56 notes Persian Calligraphy 

Persian Calligraphy 

129 notes Persian Calligraphy Scarf [x]
a poem by Hafez is written on it

Persian Calligraphy Scarf [x]

a poem by Hafez is written on it