0558 GMT October 19, 2019
Fariborz Karimi added on Monday that Qazvin summer school brings together 30 participants from different countries with diverse disciplines to portray the future of the historic belt of productive gardens surrounding the city of Qazvin, IRNA reported.
He added based on field research, conferences and teamwork with local stakeholders, students should propose a design based on the natural landscape valuation and the hydrological characteristics of the area as well as the potential environmental conditions associated with the rapid growth of the city.
“Part of the summer school programs includes two-day trips around the Qazvin area, as well as a five-day trip to explore attractive areas related to water architecture in Iran. These cities include Yazd, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites along the hydraulic system of the city's canals, as well as Isfahan as one of the ancient capitals of ancient Iran.
He said the school's programs, which will begin on August 27 and end on September 7, will include scientific lectures and conferences, workshops, field visits from and around Qazvin.