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It seems some places are emotive and leave lasting memories it depends what pulls your strings.
This appealed to me anyway.
Built of Adobe a 1500 yr old citadel with magnificent high walls survives this area despite volcanic activity.
The archeological society are repairing damaged...More
### what is it?
A mud brick castle with houses and a wall around it in a fairly great condition (other than the more renown big brother in Bam which got destroyed by a big earthquake)
### what am I doing here?
Feel like an...More
Rayen castle is a built row of clay .It built by sasani nation at almost 800 years ago .It's a good feeling that you can touch a clay related that too far times . the castle located 20000 meters area . the spaces had been...More
Rhine is a historic and tourist destination in the province of Kerman and in the mountain range of a thousand . This city center of the Rhine is part of the city of Kerman and is located in the southeast of Kerman. City of Rhine...More
I wandered over an hour around the vast castle, little alleys and stairs leading you on top of crumbled houses or to dead ends. I had fun exploring and imaging how the people lived here. Parts of the castle are neatly restored. In the background...More
Rayan has been partly restored to give you a feel of what it would really have been like and while some may feel that is should have been left then the sheer scale of the place would not have come over the same. To see...More
Rayen citadel can be considered a smaller example of Bam but it couldn't be as great as Bam citadel. While you are on top of rampart, you have the beautiful view of Hezar mountains. In winter time mountains covered with snow and you can take...More
The restoration seems done for a 5 stars hotel. It is a pity, as it was a wonderful citadel. Walking through its alleys and areas and complexes everything is the same. I have never seen a so poor, and expensive, reconstruction like this. More for...More