The city of Behbahan, in the east of Khuzestan, is known for its oldest Nargis (Narcissus) fields in Iran. The nargis field of Behbahan, one of the main attractions of the city's winter tourism, was around 700 hectares in the past.
The historic Borujerdi House is one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Kashan, and is considered to be among the most exquisite historical monuments of Iran in terms of design and architecture, antiquity, decorations and stucco paintings.
The mud huts of Makhunik village have been built in the traditional style. Their low heights have been designed to suit its short inhabitants who still practice their remarkable rituals in this amazing village, in their little corner of the world.
The art of djadjim weaving in the village of "Ziarat" in Gorgan is an inheritance from mothers to their daughters and always is passed on from generation to generation. Female djadjim weavers in this village create hand-woven crafts using woolen yarns which are used as mats, carpets, doormats, and even tablecloths.