The ruins of this fort has been remained in the south west of Gorgan, right on the top of an elevated hill, which is at present surrounded by forest trees.
Gorgan (formerly Astrabad or Astarabad) is the capital of Golestan Province, Iran. It lies approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) to the north east of Tehran, some 30 km (19 mi) away from the Caspian Sea.Gorgan (as well as the whole Golestan province) has a world-famous carpet and rug industry, the Turkmen rug, made by Turkmen people. The patterns of these carpets are derived from the ancient Persian city of Bukhara, which is now in ...read more about Gorgan
Imamzadeh Noor – Gorgan
The tomb of Imamzadeh Eshaq-ebne Musabne Jafar is in Sarcheshmeh of Gorgan. He was Imam Reza's brother.One of the rituals relevant to this Imamzadeh is that on new year thousands of people collect in this vicinity and at the end of this ...
Ziyarat Spring – Gorgan
The Ziyarat Spring is situated in a village with the same name, in Golestan province. It has a beautiful greenness and landscapes. In summer and winter, it attracts many people.
Gavkoshan Mountain – Gorgan
This mountain is 37 km. to the south of Gorgan and 6 km. to the southeast of the lower Shahkooh Village and its height is 3,813 meters. Gavkoshan is where the Sar Tangeh, Chahardeh, Toroudbar Rivers take their source.Its northern skirts are ...
Nalbandan Bazaar – Gorgan
The ancient bazaar of Gorgan or Nalbandan Bazaar is located in the old texture of Gorgan, in the distance between Mirkarim square to Mirkarim three-way and Qeysarieh square.It is worth knowing that most of the historical and spectacular places ...
Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar Palace – Gorgan
Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar Palace is related to Qajar era and is located in front of Iranshahr High School on Kakh Street in Gorgan. This monument was registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments on 10th of Bahman 1383 with registration ...
Taghavi House – Gorgan
Taghavi House in Gorgan is one of the historical monuments related to Qajar era owned by Haj Mirza Mohammad Taghi Taghavi (Taghi Alef).Taghavi House in Gorgan has more than 10 major and minor yards and its main yard has been purchased and ...
Alestan River – Gorgan
The "Alestan" River also known as "Roodbar Alestan" originates from the northern region of "Qoroq Land" Mountain at 47 km. from southeast of Gorgan. Flowing through the western valley of "Nileh Tah" and "Gandi" Mountains it goes towards north. After ...
Imam Hassan Asgari Mosque – Gorgan
This new mosque is situated in Gorgan city and is devoid of any artistic and historical aspects. There is a relatively old "Qadamgah" near the mosque.