The Khaju Bridge,is one of the most famous bridges in Isfahan built in 1650 C.E., cuts across the Zayandeh River. Historically, it served not only as a bridge but also as a dam and a public meeting place.
Naisr al Mulk mosque is a traditional mosque with one of the most beautiful tile works and architecture typical from the Ghajar era with extensive colored glass work in its decoration. The mosque was built 1888.
Choghā Zanbīl, also spelled Tchoghā Zanbīl, or Choga Zambil, ruined palace and temple complex of the ancient Elamite city of Dur Untashi (Dur Untash), near Susa in the Khūzestān region of southwestern Iran.
Eram Garden (Bāgh-e Eram) is a historic Persian garden in Shiraz, Iran. Eram is the Persianized version of the Arabic word "Iram" meaning heaven in the Qur'an. Eram Garden therefore is so called for its aesthetic attractions resembling "heaven."