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Harireh
Harireh
Harireh is an ancient 8th century city located in what is now Kish , Iran . It is situated in the center of the northern coast of the island . Its area is about 3 square kilometers .
Some say Harireh was first built sometime between the late Sasanid period and the early Islamic era . Harireh was quite popular during the Saljuks and Atavakan of Fars . An Iranian cultural heritage organization has verified that Harireh is at least 800 years old .
Harireh is most probably the town that the renowned Iranian poet , Saadi , has referred to in his book Gulistan . There are references in the works of Iranian and Arab historians to the location of the town on the island . These say that the town was situated in the middle of the northern part , precisely where the ruins are standing today .
Kish Island
Kish Island
Kish is a 91.5-square-kilometre (35.3 sq mi) resort island in the Persian Gulf . It is part of the Hormozg?n Province of Iran . Due to its free trade zone status it is touted as a consumer's paradise , with numerous malls , shopping centres , tourist attractions , and resort hotels . It has an estimated population of 26,000 residents and about 1 million people visit the island annually . Kish Island was ranked among the world’s 10 most beautiful islands by The New York Times in 2010 , and is the fourth most visited vacation destination in Southwest Asia after Dubai , United Arab Emirates , and Sharm el-Sheikh . Foreign nationals wishing to enter Kish Free Zone from legal ports are not required to obtain visas prior to travel . Valid travel permits are stamped for 14 days by airport and Kish port police officials .
The Historic Bath of Siba
The Historic Bath of Siba
The Historical Bath of Siba-Hamam Sibah , is a historical hamam (bath) complex of the ancient Sassanid culture , located in present-day southern Iran near the Straits of Hormuz .
The Historical Bath of Siba bath structures and ruins are located in the Kukherd District , in Hormozgan Province . They are under the administration of the city of Bastak .
The ancient baths are an archaeological site of Sassanid architecture . Modern public baths nearby use the same reportedly healing waters .