Caption: FIXER-UPPER--This is one of the caravanserais
the government has leased out to be converted into a hotel for tourists.
He expresses about the watercourses which are located in path of his trip that some of them have been embedded at the heart of plains and some others are constructed along with caravanserais
and or inside them while water is a bounty for passengers that it quenches them.
Between 1935 and 1975, pioneers such as Jean Sauvaget, Maxime Siroux, and Kurt Erdmann published a series of monographs on the caravanserais
of Syria, Iran.
The sites in the capital include the Ichari Shahar or `Inner City,' which resembles a medieval citadel, charming 14th-and 15th-century caravanserais
which now house popular restaurants serving traditional Azerbaijani cuisine, and the Royal Palace of the Shirvan Shahs, built by King Khalil of Shirvan and his son, Farrokh Yasser, in the 15th century.
Numerous unique monuments, including the Shirvanshakh Palace complex, mosques and minarets, the ruins of caravanserais
and bathhouses make this place one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
The earliest caravanserais
in Persia were constructed in the Achaemenid era (550-330 BCE) for both economic and military purposes.
It was so glorious that it reminded me of the Selcuk caravanserais
with their oh-so-splendid portals, although this particular house was unlikely to be more than a hundred or so years old.
This resulted in inns called caravanserais
(they were later called khans) along the main routes -places of rest where people and animals would be safe for the night and where they could be sure of food and lodging.
As Finigan himself said of a visit in August 1837: "Among the persons whom I met in the caravanserais
of John Street were beggars, showmen, music grinders, pedlars and impostures of different grades and different nations, lodging in wretched harmony, filthy vileness and disgusting dirt to the number of from 15 to 20 or more in one house.
His interest in the caravanserai
was inspired during his first trip to Iran, where he read there were about 360 caravanserais
in the Western desert of Egypt.
This architecture of trade includes covered bazaars or souqs, caravanserais
or khans which are the medieval equivalent of modern hotels.
This model -domain ontology- provides systematic lexical specification of the components and the relationships between them that reflects 3 dimensional characteristics of the architectural content for a typology of historical buildings, caravanserais
of the Silk Roads.