Troglodyte village in IRAN


In the north east of Iran at the foot of Mount Sahand in Kandovan, the villagers live in cave homes carved out from the volcanic rock.

The age of some these [troglodyte] houses is more than 700 years.

Very impressive…

Note: I just compiled the presentation to share the impressive work. Copyrights reserved by the original unknown photographer.

4 Replies to “Troglodyte village in IRAN”

  1. So impressive kada! But I wonder if it is going to be damn hot out there, since they are all carved in volcanic rock…rock itself usually generates additional heat, and this will def be more hotter. But hats off to the idea!

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