The exhibition presents photographs of architectural structures such as mosques, caravansaries
and mausoleums dating back to the Seljuk period, which stretched from the 11th century to the 13th.
Come laughing when the wind Has blown a hole In the world See the moving sparkle covers Such chits as orchards Thrones and caravansaries
Blackened eye-sockets above the grit And silt of destinies O come here laughing anyway
It is a place that is worth seeing with its mosques, churches, khans, caravansaries
, bathhouses and bridges.
It comprises 23 caravansaries
, 22 corridors, 20 malls, 28 mosques, eight madrasahs, five bath houses, two ice houses and a zurkhaneh or traditional athletic club.
Along the roadways, visitors can stop at the ruins of several caravansaries
that once housed weary travelers on the Silk Road.
The project involves the restoration of some 150 mosques, caravansaries
, fortifications and other sites.