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This article covers information about the traditional "Paradise" gardens of Iran, created during the reign of the Safavids' dynasty reign in XVI-XVII centuries. The gardens of Narengestan, Eram in the city of Shiraz and the garden of Davlet-Abad in the city of Yazd in truth and sowing a day in excellent condition are the clearest example of Iranian landscape art. During the reign of the Safavids Iran reached its heights in the field of culture, architecture and gardening art. Garden Narengestan is an unusually beautiful and well-groomed place, the garden is a cozy courtyard with a pool in the middle; Eram is famous for its cypresses; The Daulat Abad Garden is considered one of Iran’s most beautiful gardens, its highest tower - a 33 m high scoop is the highest wind tower in the world.

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References: 1. http://www.openarium.ru/Иран/Шираз/Сады/ 2. Works by or about Sir Thomas Herbert, 1st Baronet in libraries (WorldCat catalog) 3. https://www.dakairanmasasi.com/discover-iran/miras/iran-bahceleri/20 4. https://irantravelx.com/dolat-abad-garden-in-yazd/

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