Kumbhalgarh Fort, India
With one of the most unique walls that is about 36 kilometers long to surround the fort – with some parts reaching eight meters into the sky – it has often received a nickname like “Guardian of Death.” It’s believed to have taken 100 years between the 15th and 16th century while also withstanding the wars over the years without showing any significant marks or damage.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Iran
Often considered an example of fine Safavid Iranian architecture, it was first built in the very early 1600s that shows some unique qualities while lacking minarets and a courtyard. That’s because it wasn’t really intended for use by the general public. It was designed to be a place for local women to have for their worship.
Derawar Fort, Pakistan
First constructed in 1733, this fort is very large with about 40 total bastions that can be seen sticking out of the deserts of Pakistan. The Walls are about 1,500 meters long and reach about 30 meters into the sky. It is actually very quiet and is often a secret gem not only to tourists, but also some of the native Pakistanis.