Persian gardens have always had a great influence on garden design and architecture. Each Persian garden represents a terrestrial version of Eden with four Zoroastrian elements of water, earth, plants and sky. Water has an undeniable role: it always runs in the center and divides the whole garden into four sections known as “chahar bagh”. Extremely precise water system provides water for both ornamentation —fountains and waterfalls — and irrigation.
According to experts and historians, garden design art owes to the legacy remained from the era of Cyrus the Great: Pasargadae garden; the basis of Persian garden design that not only defined the principle of garden design in Iran, but also affected the art as far as in India and Spain.
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