Kandowan is one of three rock villages in the world and this granted unique attractions to this village. The aboriginal architecture of Kandowan is rocky architecture and the village due to its architectural characteristics and specific texture has been registered in the list of National Monuments. Kandowan rural architecture and the life of its people are regarded as an exception in the world. Because in Cappadocia of Turkey and the Dakotas of America (both have rocky architecture) no one lives. In fact, what granted an archaeological identity to this village, is the existence of 117 families and homes in conical and pyramidal rocks. Julie and Marianne enjoyed visiting this mythical village in June and got pleasure from the pleasant weather of Kandowan.
|Julie and Marianne enjoyed visiting Kandowan mythical village in June|