Persian Garden

In 2011 UNESCO added a group of nine Iranian gardens to the World Heritage list. Describing them as the best exiting examples of the classic Persian Garden form. Traditionally conceived to symbolize Paradise, these gardens are all divided into four sectors symbolizing the Zoroastrian elements of sky, earth, water and plants.
The gardens that included in the listing date back to different periods since the 6th century BC and include five gardens in central Iran that are easy to visit: the Fin Garden in Kashan, Chehel Sotun Garden in Isfahan,Dolat Abad Garden in Yazd, Eram garden in Shiraz and ancient Garden of Pasargadae near Persepolis.
Other Garden located in different places in Iran as listed: Abbas Abad Garden in Behshahr, Shazdeh Garden in Kerman, Pahlavan Pour Garden in Mehriz and the last one is Akbariyeh Garden in Birjand.