This unmissable eight-towered castle dominates the city centre from a rocky promontory. It looks especially dramatic when floodlit at...
The low-key Tavasuli Mosque was photogenic till they built a big mobile telephone tower behind it.
In a stone-edged circle beside thundering Shari’ati St is an inscribed stone from around AD 1150, apparently setting out details of...
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Gerdab-e-Sangi is a 1600-year-old Sassanian stone reservoir, 18m in diameter, said to be the world’s oldest. Spring water wells up within and once provided the proto-city’s water supply.