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Trip to Iran for visit historical village.

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In the keep on yesterday post we are going to talk more about one of the Historical Iran attractive places. If you want to Trip to Iran and wanna know more about Iran attractive places, we invite you to read today’s post. Studies on pottery discovered in “ Meymand “ villagee also show that the samples are found in several periods, including Parthian, Sassanid, and Islamic. Meymand Shahr-e-BABAK has undergone physical and social changes due to its defensive strength throughout history And the biggest change has been in recent decades. A whole house, which may include one or more rooms and a stable, is a ” Kicheh” “ (Local name of these buildings). The size of the rooms, which are not geometrically regular, is different, and a 4 × 4-inch room is typically 1.90 to 1.10 m high, and the largest square does not exceed 90 square meters. Floorboards are often made of felt, mattress, carpet or rugs of varying sizes in sizes of 150 × 1 and 1.40 x 1.40 m. The village of Meymand Shahrbabak has a total of 406 (Kichehs )cells and 2560 rooms.The inhabitants of this village have special customs and in their language and dialect they still use “ Sassanid “ Pahlavi “ words. The 3,000-year-old “ Meymand “ village belongs to “Shahrbabak” is the only historical village in the world that still has traditional relationships in it. And it’s possible to see human-nature interaction in the second millennium. This village was the seventh natural and historical cultural landscape of the world that received the Mercury Prize. The Melina Mercury Award is a prize awarded by the Government of Greece and in collaboration with international cultural associations such as UNESCO and ICOMOS (conservation of monuments and historic sites) that have unique cultural, natural and historical conditions.If you want to Trip to Iran by Iran travel agencies want them for holding tour for visit this village in your travel plane. Follow us for third part post about “ Meymand “ village

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