The symbol of Tehran, Azadi Tower has become the spot for tourists to officially Instagram their arrival into Iran. It’s so popular, in fact, that there’s a sculpture of a person taking a selfie in front of the tower. Capture the different angles of this guardian of the capital city, and climb the steps to the top to get a view of the buzzing square below.
Azadi Tower, Tehran, Iran +98 21 6602 3951
Places like Imam Mosque are quite possibly one of the reasons we have apps like Instagram. Lofty domes, symmetrical arcades, and all shades of calming blue will give you plenty of material for your feed.
Between the frescoes, music hall, and views of Naqsh-e Jahan Square, you’ll be snapping away in Ali Qapu Palace. Don’t forget to slip on a pair of your cutest shoes to take the mandatory shoe-shot while you stand on the mosaic stairs.
Ali Qapu Palace, Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Esfahan, Iran +98 31 3222 2173
Though the bathhouse itself is also Instagram-worthy, don’t forget to climb onto the roof which looks as if it’s been invaded by pods from outer space. Of course they’re just part of the ceiling providing light down below, but the look is surreal.
The dome ceiling of the Borujerdi Historical House is one of the most magnificent architectural masterpieces in Iran. Catch a view of it from the outside, too, while you are on the roof of Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse.
Borujerdi Historical House, Alavi St., Kashan, Iran +98 31 5522 3777
The Boroujerdi Historical House was built in the 19th century by architect Ostad Ali Maryam Kashani, at the order of Haj Seyed Hassan Natanzi (aka Boroujerdi). The Boroujerdi family were seeking the hand in marriage of a girl from the Tabatabaei family, for whom Ostad Ali had built a house some years earlier. The condition for the marriage was the construction of a house as beautiful as the Tabatabaei House. It took 18 years to finish. And by the time it was done, I'm freaking sure the bride wasn't that beautiful anymore. 😂 #borujerdis #borujerdishouse #kashan #isfahan #esfahan #instaisfahan #instaesfahan #iran #persia #iphone7 #art #architecture #interiordesign #travel #uncoveriran #iranissafe #theworldguru #dorne #housemartell #gameofthrones #infofromuntoldiran.com
The 1,500-year-old village of Abyaneh is known for its red adobe houses and elderly population. A short hike in the surrounding mountains may tire you a bit, but it’ll be well worth it once you catch a glimpse of this entire charming village from afar.
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There are plenty of mirrored ceilings and marble thrones in this Qajar-era palace, but most visitors can’t get enough of the painted tile walls, which serve as spectacular subjects themselves or backgrounds for a selfie.
Golestan Palace, Panzdah-e Khordad St., Tehran, Iran +98 21 3311 3335
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At 435 m (1427 ft) tall, try to fit Milad Tower, the sixth tallest tower in the world, in its entirety into the camera frame before taking the elevator to the observation deck and observing the sprawling city of Tehran below.
Milad Tower, Tehran, Iran +98 21 8436 1000