Iranian architecture

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Iranian architecture

(500–1000)
Decorative patterned brickwork, colored tile and molded stucco characterize this style. Other attributes are the use of stalactite vaults. The essential elements are richly decorated surfaces with brightly colored tiles and molded stucco. The minaret evolved into a standard form that had an influence on Indian architecture.
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Given the history of architecture in Iran, creating buildings on the platforms was not a new work, but also, in prehistory, as has been observed in silk hill, the chief's houses in the tribes were built on the platforms.
Due to the rich history of traditional architecture in Iran, scholars and experts need to analyze the positive features of the past architecture (not just imitate them) and make an attempt in order to build environmentally compatible structures using the new construction materials and advanced technologies.
Shaping city textures and providing a proper environment for living was one of the greatest achievements of vernacular architecture in Iran. [6].

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