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Dead mountains! There is a reason that it is not the surface of Mars!
Nothing remains after a convoy, but smoke and ashes of its fire! از کاروان چه ماند، جز آتشي به منزل
My friends of Panoramio, it is a gift for you :)
Alborz mountains, Karaj-Chalus road, Iran
Good morning Tehran!
Beauty of Autumn (Maple tree, Acer Spp), Abadeh, Fars province, Iran
Ruins of historical complex of Izad-khast (belongs to different periods from Sassanids to Qajars), Fars province, Iran. For more information refer to the first comment or UNESCO website.
A thin opening to the overhead sky, Tang-e Vashi, Firoozkouh, Iran
A rainy day of Autumn.
Nature painting, Tehran-Chalus road, IRAN.
Showered rocks, Tang-e Vashi, Firouzkooh, IRAN.
Autumn colors, Fars province, Abadeh, Iran
Beauty of Autumn, Amir-Kabir dam, Karaj, Iran
Springs of Bulaglar (Turkish) in the Nier town of Azarbaijan province, Iran
Sunset of October 05, 2010, 6:20:00 PM, from top of Tol_Asio (mill hill), Abadeh, Iran
Surrounded by very high stone walls, you have to pass through the water, Tang-e Vashi, Firoozkouh, Iran
Caravanserai of Izad-khast belongs to Safavid dynasty, constructed by Shah-Abbas The Great.
A top.less oak tree :)
Autumn of Alborz mountains, Tehran-Chalus road, IRAN.
Beauty of natural fractals!
Milad Tower (height 435 meters), Tehran, Iran
Pasargadae was the first dynastic capital of the Achaemenid Empire, founded by Cyrus II the Great, in Pars, homeland of the Persians, in the 6th century BC. Pasargadae is registered as a World Heritage Site in UNESCO . For more information refer to the first comment or UNESCO website.
Damavand peak (5610 meters), the highest point of Middle East, is seen through a thin curtain of umbellifers. For more information about Damavand peak refer to the first comment.
Tnag-e Vashi, Firoozkouh, Iran
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