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Traditional Persian architecture has maintained a continuity that, although temporarily distracted by internal political conflicts or foreign invasion, nonetheless has achieved an unmistakable style.

In this architecture, there are no trivial buildings; even garden pavilions have nobility and dignity, and the humblest caravanserais generally have charm. In expressiveness and communicativity, most Persian buildings are lucid, even eloquent.


Ali Qapu Palace - Isfahan, Iran


Eram Garden - Shiraz, Iran


Burojerdi House - Kashan, Iran

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Golestan Palace - Tehran, Iran 

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