Paradise Gardens of Persia
Discover the Persian horticultural heritage of Iran’s delicate and beautiful gardens, whose historic importance has earnt them a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Divided always into four sections and featuring water as a central element, the Persian garden is a representation of paradise on earth, tracing its symbolism back through Islam to ancient Zoroastrian culture. The gardens are all the more impressive considering the feats of hydrological engineering which have raised such verdant sanctuaries from the dry earth of Iran.
From Tehran in the north to Isfahan and Yazd in the centre and Shiraz in the south, explore extraordinary botanical, palace and private gardens, and discover how the heritage of ancient Persia flourishes in modern Iran.
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