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The Nowdooz castle or the famous Dagh castle, is one of the historical castles in the Arasbaran region, 25 km south-east of Ahar city, in the village of Nowdooz. The fortress dates back to the Sassanid era and has been registered on March 16, 1967.
Historical House of Dr. Ghasem Khan Ahari
Dr. Ghasem Ahari's house is the oldest house in Ahar, with numerous rooms and suites. The most beautiful part of the building is the luminaries and decorations inside it. This historic house has remained in the Ahar of the Qajar period.
Avarsin Castle of Ahar
Avarsin castle belongs to the Sassanid era until the third century AH and remains important in terms of architectural installations, including towers and walls and water storage. The obtained works show that this castle was built during the Parthian period or early Sassanid period and was used during the Islamic period. The castle of Avarsin has been registered by the number of 22529 in the national monuments list.
Protected area Yari Qari
Yari Ghari protected area is located in the mountainous region with an area of 71442 square meters in the Ahar, Sarab and Harris cities of East Azerbaijan province. This area is considered as an important wildlife corridor on the Sabalan-Julfa route.
Ahar's Grand Mosque
The Ahar Mosque is attributed to the Seljuk and Atabak period, which is considered to be the architectural and decorative style of the beautiful mosques in the East Azerbaijan province. From the annexes of the mosque, Ahar, the plates are on top of the front and the base of the right, and the five flowers are in the lower part of the entrance gate. The mosque has 21 domes, which have been added in different periods and this mosque has entered to the national registration list on September 29, 2002.
Ahar’s Covered Bazaar
The traditional and historical bazaar of Ahar is considered as one of the cultural bazaars of the country in the Arasbaran region, which is related to the Qajar period. Ahar's indoor bazaar, also known as the Nasir Beiq Bazaar, is preserving the traditional texture in terms of architecture and existing the classic businesses, and walking around the market and surfing the chambers for every tourist would be enjoyable.