The Complex of Handmade Settlements in Iran (Maymand Village)
Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization
Maymand, Kerman Province
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This village shows the way of continuous life of human beings through the history; those who utilized at most the existing natural facilities and harmonized with the surrounding nature.
Statements of authenticity and/or integrity
Different aspects of architectural anatomy, structure, the inhabitants' daily life and activities.
Comparison with other similar properties
In Iran: Villages of Kandovan, Hille Var, Sour, Ghorveh, Vind, Tamin, Kharg Zoroastrian hypogea, Zorosterian houses around Tabas, Jahlkhaneh in Bushehr, Kapadocia, Metra, some regions in south of England, Jordan and China.