Niavaran, Tehran, Iran

Sabat is one of the architectural features of tropical and desert ecosystems. In Iran, they are found in provinces such as Yazd, Kerman, Isfahan, Khuzestan, South Khorasan, etc. In addition to Iran, there are species of sabbat in North African cities such as Cairo, Tunisia, Al-Jafla and other cities. The word Sabat in Persian has ancient roots. The first part of “Sa” means comfort and the second part of “Bat” means building, settlement and structure. Sabat is also derived from the word shadow-wind because it provides shade and wind for people in the summer.