Saveh is a city in the Markazi Province of Iran. It is located about 100 km southwest of Tehran. Its summers are very hot and dry, while its winters are mild and somewhat rainy.In the 7th century BC it was a stronghold of the Medes. During the Parthian rule of Persia, it was called Saavakineh, and was one of the main hubs of the empire. Main SightsJameh Mosque of Saveh, built by the Seljuks during the 11th century. It includes a ...read more about Saveh
Sorkhdeh Historical Bridge – Saveh
This bridge is located to the south of Saveh and at a distance of 13 km. of the Pol Abad Road to Qiz Qaleh to the south west of the Sorkhdeh Village. The same is constructed of brick and mortar.It comprises of 8 arches of roman style. This ...
Aveh Hill – Saveh
The archaeological Aveh hill is in the village of Aveh within 10 km. of Saveh. From this vicinity vestiges such as earthenware generally from the pre-Islamic and post Islamic era have been discovered.
Esmaeilieh Castle – Saveh
The said castle is near the village of Qiz Qaleh, on a rocky mass in the Qarah Daq Mountains, 35 km. southwest of Saveh. All around this castle, with full skill and expertise, some tunnels have been constructed, each of which served as defense ...
Ardemin Castle – Saveh
At a distance of 56 km. of Saveh-Hamadan Road, and on the southern skirts of the Rahman Mountains, is the verdant village of Ardemin. Amidst the village, and within the residential network and gardens, is a magnificent structure. It comprises of ...