Raees is a 60-year-old house in the Southern Part of Dana county (near Mt. Dana).
Raees literally means “the boss” in Farsi.
The residential building is constructed using indigenous materials, the most important of which is brick and wood, and is based on native architecture knowledge aimed at promoting native architecture. Its architecture is reminiscent of nomadic tents.
There are altars, black Turkish tents and the handicraft stand in the living space.
The kitchen is cosy and has all the cooking facilities.
There are several fountains and waterfalls near Raees. Visitors can also enjoy getting around and seeing the exciting “Tang-e Sulak” inscription which dates back to 229 A.D and belongs to the Elymais kings during the Parthian, Kuh Gel lake which hosts bird such as ducks and green duck, Lakkak, Heraklion, Dorna and Koli in the summer and Balgais garden-fountain which has spectacular scenery and is told to be planted for a woman called Balgais in the Sasanian period.