The 20m-high pale brick tower called Minar-e Ajon might look like a chimney but it was actually a 900-year-old signalling point for...
The low-key Tavasuli Mosque was photogenic till they built a big mobile telephone tower behind it.
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...
Sang Neveshteh Alley · interesting places nearby
inscribed Stone information
In a stone-edged circle beside thundering Shari’ati St is an inscribed stone from around AD 1150, apparently setting out details of local grazing rights.