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Sirjan

Sirjan

Sirjan is a city in the southwest of Kerman province. Due to its ancient history, the city is a collection and museum of various periods of Iranian history that still reflects on the city’s monuments. The architecture of Sirjan has one of the most unique types of windproof in Iran known as Chopoghi windproof. It was made for Dr. Seyyed Aliasghar Razavi (the first doctor in the city of Sirjan). It was built during the Reza Shah Pahlavi era by the architect Seyyed Mohammad Shojaee.

Sirjan Stone castle

The stone castle is related to the Sassani era – the post Islamic historical periods- and is located 7 km south-east of Sirjan, this monument was registered as one of the national works of Iran.

Stone Garden

The stone garden is one of the attractions of Kerman province. This garden is located 40 km south-east of Sirjan. This garden was designed in irregular hexagonal shape and belonged to Darvish Khan Esfandiarpoor. Darvish Khan Esfandiarpoor was a deaf mute man who lived with her family 40 kilometers from Sirjan. He was a shepherd and gardener. He abandoned gardening because of land reform in 1961; He did this as a sign of protest, because he had lost his property. Until all the trees of his land dried up, he hanged stone to all branches of the trees and cared for them as true fruits. Darvish Khan Esfandiarpour died at the age of 83 on April 18, 2007, and his body was buried in this garden.

Nazem house

 

The Nazem house is related to the Qajar period and is located in Bamid Garden neighborhood. This monument was registered on October 7, 2002 with the registration number 6131 as one of the national works of Iran.

 Sirjan as Geleem (Rug) city

Sirjan Geleem has been registered at the UNESCO World Heritage List. Sirjan has been introduced as the world’s largest city of Geleem.

Sirjan Souvenir

Masghati

Masghati, often known as Larry Masghati, is a type of pastry with starch, oil, sugar, saffron, cardamom, rose water, pistachio and almond. After preparing, it becomes elastic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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