caravanserais

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  • Some 2,000 eco-lodges operating across Iran 2020-01-10 19:12

    Some 2,000 eco-lodges operating across Iran

    TEHRAN – Iran has been constructing hundreds of eco-lodge guesthouses over the past couple of years to meet demands of rising eco-travelers and sightseers and now about 2,000 eco-lodges are in operation across the country.

  • A view of the restored Zein-o-din caravanserai in Yazd province, central Iran. 2019-05-31 19:34

    By Afshin Majlesi

    Caravanserais and time travel to forgotten ages

    TEHRAN – For many travelers to Iran, staying in or even visiting a centuries-old caravanserai, can be a wide experience; they have an opportunity to feel the past, a time travel back into a forgotten age!

  • Private sector to revive, operate historical houses in Shiraz 2018-09-05 22:42

    Private sector to revive, operate historical houses in Shiraz

    TEHRAN – A total of 28 houses in the city of Shiraz, including 11 historical ones, are to be ceded to the private sector with the aim of receiving better conservation through repurposing them into thriving eco-lodges or other profitable niches.

  • A view of Deyr-e Gachin caravanserai in central Iran 2018-01-21 10:22

    Mother of Iranian caravanserais

    TEHRAN – The lonely Deyr-e Gachin caravanserai located on the outskirts of Qom, central Iran, is commonly known as the mother of Iranian caravanserais.

  • A view of the restored Zeinoddin Caravanserai in Yazd, the 16th-century structure has been turned into a tourist lodging. 2017-12-06 20:24

    Photo exhibit to recall Silk Road caravanserais

    TEHRAN – An exhibition of photographs depicting centuries-old caravanserais will open its doors to the public in Tehran on Saturday.

  • A view of Miyandasht Caravanserai in north central Iran 2017-08-12 19:39

    Centuries-old caravanserais ceded to private sector

    TEHRAN – Two caravanserais in Semnan Province, north central Iran, were ceded to the private sector by auction late last week with the aim of making the best use of such centuries-old heritage sites, CHTN reported on Wednesday.