Iran historical villages

 

SITE LOCATION

Abyaneh Village

Kashan

Masoule Village

Gilan

Meymand village

Kerman

Kandovan Village

E.Azarbaijan

 

 

Abyaneh Village

Abyaneh is an old village, located in Isfahan province, south of Iran. It will surely mesmerize you with its amazing red color houses and unique architecture. Locals of Abyaneh Village are very committed to their old culture and traditions and you can still see them wearing colorful and traditional clothes, baking bread and milking their cows. Amazing old houses of this village are designed in a step-like structure and the whole village is surrounded by mountainous and beautiful nature. This village which has a long history attracts the attention of sizable tourists and archeologists.

 

 

Masoule Village

Masoule Village is located in Fuman city, Mazandaran province with a population of 554 individuals from 180 families. This village is a great combination of architecture and nature. It is built on a mountain filled with trees and plants but the most amazing part of this village is its unique architecture and step-like houses. In this type of villages the roof of one house acts as a courtyard for the other house above. People, living in this village are very kind and hospitable and committed to their cultures and traditions and you can spend time with them, tasting their delicious food and get familiar with their culture. Masoule Village is one of the fantastic attractions of Iran and attracts thousands of tourists annually.

 

 

Meymand village

Meymand village one of the most prominent villages of Iran and has been registered on UNESCO National Heritage in 2015. Due to villagers' deep knowledge of Meymand natural resources such as flora, water and fauna they know how to make peace with nature and the cultural landscape of Maymand has retained its historical and natural structure. In this village, most of people live in cave dwellings. Due to the unusual and amazing richness of Maymand village, it strikes hundreds of tourists annually.

 

 

Kandovan Village

Kandovan Village is located in East-Azerbaijan, northwest of Iran. This village is one of the oldest village of Iran, which dates back to about 800 years ago and it is still inhabited by nearly 670 people. Most of the houses in this village are carved inside the rocks have made the city look super fantastic and interestingly there are still people, living in those stone-carved houses. The unique architecture of this amazing village has made it an obligation during your travel to Iran.


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