Shazdeh Garden, which is an enigmatic green oasis in the heart of a desert in the southeast Kerman province, reopened on Sunday after being closed for two months amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Eram Garden is a magnificent and historical garden located in Iran’s southern city of Shiraz.
While different civilizations and cultures developed their own interpretations of gardens, one should wonder where the concept of a garden originated. The Bible contains the earliest-mentioned garden, the Garden of Eden, which is believed to have flourished near present-day Tabriz in Iran. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, in Iraq, are also too legendary—so much so that they, too, cannot really be ascertained if and where they existed.
Set within a gorgeous garden, Bagh-e Narenjestan, which encircles a scenic pavilion, was built for the wealthy and powerful Mohammad-Ali Khan Qavam al-Molk in the late 19th century in Shiraz, southern Iran.
The richly manicured yet historical Fin Garden or Bagh-e Fin is located in the city of Kashan, on the margins of central Iranian desert.
Abbasabad complex inspired its name from the name of Shah Abbas (1571-1629 AD), is one of the special Persian gardens inscribed on UNESCO world heritage list due to its perfect architecture.
For thousands of years, Iranians have viewed Persian Gardens as symbolic representation of paradise on earth.
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Fathabad garden is located about 25km outside Iran’s southeastern city of Kerman. According to historians, this pattern has been used to constructing Shazdeh Garden in Mahan.
Read more from source: Fath Abad Garden: One of the Most Beautiful Gardens in Iran – Tasnim News Agency