Tafresh is one of the cities that has found a Handmade Troglodytic Architecture city in its heart for some time.
The Handmade Troglodytic Architecture city, which was discovered and explored in Tafresh, does not yet have a specific name for itself, although known as the underground city of Tafresh, and it can certainly gain a global reputation if they introduce it properly.
In the area of Tarkhoran Tafresh and Qanat Diavar, there is an alley. Five or 6six steps after entering the alley on the right, you will encounter a blue fence that will take you up a step. It leads to a not-so-old brown door with a wood design that slides open upwards.
When you open the door, you will enter a millennial history, and you will have to go down about 15 steps in a curved shape. The sides of the wall are all illuminated in yellow and red, the winding path is ahead, and although both sides of the path are almost lit with colored lights, if you are alone, you are a little scared in this Handmade Troglodytic Architecture.
You go up the stairs and the winding path, and now you are about 13 meters underground. A few meters as you go forward, you will encounter stairs that lead you to the second floor, and the interesting thing is that these stairs lead you upwards. On the second floor of the Handmade Troglodytic Architecture in Tarfesh, like the first floor, we see corridors that lead to stairs at the end of the path, and by climbing these stairs, you will reach the third floor of the city and small rooms.
So far, four rooms about six meters high have been excavated on the third floor, and it is not clear what came out of the ground in subsequent excavations, but we certainly have not yet received complete information about this city.
The area of the Handmade Troglodytic Architecture in Tafresh is about 150 hectares, which can be called one of the largest handicrafts in Iran and even the Middle East. With the opening of this city and the reception of tourists and archaeologists, Tafresh can be a paradise and an archeological hub in the field.