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Ultimate guide for traveling to Kashan

Agha Bozorg mosque kashan

The city of pink roses and historical houses Location of Kashan The city is located in 220km from Tehran, between Karkas mountains and the central Iranian Plateau. Kashan has a warm and dry climate.   Highlighted attractions in Kashan     The most frequented attractions of Kashan are: Tabatabaei traditional …

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Ultimate guide for travelling to Hamadan

Hamadan (Hegmataneh) has been called the cradle of Iranian history and civilization. A province with a great historical past, a cool climate in the summer and unique historical and natural tourist attractions. Due to the mild and favorable climate of Hamadan in the warm seasons of the year, it is …

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Jamkaran mosque

Location of Jamkaran mosque After the holy shrine of Fatima, Jamkaran mosque is the most remarkable place to visit in Qom. Jamkaran is located in the second holy city of Iran after Mashhad which means you’ll be surrendered with holy shrines, Mullahs (Islamic priests) and more modest people. To reach …

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Ultimate guide for traveling to Kerman

Essential information about Kerman Distance from Tehran: 988 km Ground travel duration: about 10 hours and 27 minutes Flight duration to kerman: Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes Train Travel Duration: more than 13 hours Knwon as: city of carpet and desert Highlights: Dasht-e lut, Shahzade Mahan garden, Ganjali Khan …

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Majara residence

  Literary means “adventure”, these colorful-domed residences are located in south of Iran, in a beautiful red soil island called Hormuz. Hormuz is a formerly glorious historic port in the strategic strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf, South of Iran, that controls the shipment of petroleum from the Middle …

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Yalda night

Today (December 21) is the longest night of the year on the Northern Hemisphere's. When it comes to talk about Yalda, you’ll hear all the time about a religion called “Mithraism” from which Yalda was originated. “Mithra” is the Iranian god of the sun, justice, contract, and war in pre-Zoroastrian …

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Ultimate guide for traveling to Tabriz

A little far from Tehran, sitting along the northwest borders, Tabriz is one of the major cities of Iran. Tabriz is known as the city of the firsts, city without beggars, city of underpass and overpass, the safest city of Iran, second industrial city of Iran, second city of university …

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Ultimate guide for traveling to Qom

After Mashhad, Qom is considered as the second holiest city of Iran due to the presence of Hazrat-e Masoumeh Masoume-highly respected between Shia Muslims-holy shrine. Not far from Tehran, Qom is the best place for doing a daily Ziarat (pilgrimage). After Islamic revolution in 1979, Ayatollah Khomeini has decided to …

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Ultimate Guide for Travelling to Mashhad

travel to mashhad

 Guide for Travelling to Mashhad The sacred city of Iran   Location of Mashhad Mashhad is the capital of Khorasan Razavi province which is located in the northeast of Iran. This city has the second largest population in Iran—after Tehran, the national capital.   Highlighted attractions in Mashhad     …

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Hospitality of Iranians

Hospitality of Iranian It’s said that Iranians are the most Hospitable people even with Americans who are in political tension with. When it comes to hospitality, generosity and kindness, the people of Iran rank at the top of the list. Iranian people hospitality is famous. To Iranians, hospitality has a …

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Where to go in Iran (part 2)

  6. Birdwatching Location: Cities along the Caspian Sea in north and Persian Gulf islands in south as well as some spots inside the country. Best time: May and October to March Major spots: Miankaleh peninsula, Fereydoon Kenar lagoon, Kani Brazan, Qeshm Island, Anzali lagoon, Zaribar Lagoon, Meighan Wetland Bird Species: …

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5 things you should not believe about Iran

There are lots of misunderstood about Iran. Iran might remind you the people who shout “Death to America” or the nuclear deal of 2015 between 5+1 and Iran which is not accepted by neither side anymore; But what medias have never talked about is the “Iranian hospitality”, “the great dishes …

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5 things you should not believe about Iran

There are lots of misunderstood about Iran. Iran might remind you the people who shout “Death to America” or the nuclear deal of 2015 between 5+1 and Iran which is not accepted by neither side anymore; But what medias have never talked about is the “Iranian hospitality”, “the great dishes …

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Borujerdi House

Borujerdi House

Borujerdi House “A Memoir Of Love” Kashan is a historical city in the north of Isfahan province, mainly known as Rose water of Qamsar and Fin Garden, unaware of spectacular treasures in its old neighborhoods. Situated on Alavi Street and the historical Sultan Amir Ahmad district, there is a house …

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A Legend of the Origin of Chinese New Year

Like all traditional festivals in China, Chinese New Year is steeped with stories and myths. One of the most popular is about the mythical beast Nian (/nyen/), who ate livestock, crops, and even people on the eve of a new year. (It’s interesting that Nian, the ‘yearly beast’, sounds the …

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Tabatabai House

Tabatabai House

Tabatabai House “The Bride of Iran’s Houses” Tabatabai House is one of the most beautiful historical houses in Kashan, built in 1835 in Sultan Amir Ahmad neighborhood by Haj Seyed Jafar Tabatabai, a carpet merchant who lived in Kashan then. a prominent architect of the Qajar era, Master Ali Maryam, …

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Kashan

Situated in Isfahan provice, Kashan is a must-see of all travelers who have been visiting Iran. Kashan city is endowed with a charm that is achieved through the contrast of immense, dried out deserts and the greenery of well-tended oasis. Known as one of the primary centers of civilization in …

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Ultimate guide for Travelling to Yazd

Windmills in Yazd

Yazd is one of the most wonderful cities in Iran, located almost in the center of Iran and due to its historical context and its many sights, it was able to be listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in July. Traditional architecture, many historical houses, spectacular attractions and all …

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Ultimate guide for Travelling to Shiraz

perspolis(takhte jamshid) shiraz

Shiraz is the capital of Fars province and one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in Iran. The many historical and natural attractions have made this city one of the favorite destinations for domestic and foreign tourists. Shiraz, a famous Iranian city whose unique beauties are famous not only …

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Ultimate guide for travelling to Isfahan

naqsh-e jahan squre

Isfahan is famous for its unique architectural buildings and masterpieces and is historically rich. Isfahan has been the capital of various dynasties many times throughout its history.  So it is full of beautiful monuments that can be very enjoyable to visit. It is worth mentioning that Esfahan, which is famous …

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Persepolis, Achaemenid empire

Persepolis

Persepolis city , Achaemenid empire Table of Contents: 1 The meaning Of the name ( Persepolis ) 2 Geography of Persepolis in shiraz 3 History of Persepolis 3.1         Function of Persepolis in Shiraz 3.2        Destruction 3.3        After the fall of the …

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Ultimate guide for Travelling to Tehran

tabiat bridge in tehran

Perhaps the city is known as Tehran with a pile of smoke and pollution. Yet here is Tehran, the capital and largest city of Iran, and of course the 25th most populous city in the world, leading from the north to the mountainous areas and from the desert to the …

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Tehran Grand Bazar

tehran grand bazaar

  Location of Tehran Grand Bazaar Tehran Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered bazaars in the world. It is also one of the most-visited sites on any Tehran city tour. There are other historic markets in the capital like the famous Tajrish Bazaar in the north of Tehran but the Grand Bazaar …

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Pasargad, Tomb of Cyrus the Great

pasargad the tomb of Cyrus the great

History of Pasargadae: Cyrus the Great began building the capital in 546 BC or later; it was unfinished when he died in battle, in 530 or 529 BC. The remains of the tomb of Cyrus’ son and success or Cambyses II have been found in Pasargadae, near the fortress of Toll-e Takht, …

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Cost of travel to Iran in fall 2019

cost of travel to iran

Due to fluctuating currency as well as the sanctions that force travelers to bring the cash, it can be pretty unclear how much a trip to Iran will cost you.  To help you budget your trip to Iran, this blog post covers the current basic costs of travelling to Iran …

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Types of Iranian breads

iranian bread crossword

What is Iranian bread called? There are four types of iranian bread which are more popular and mostly used by all people in iran (but we have many local breads in each city also ), these  main breads include Barbari, Sangak, Taftoon, and Lavash. In this article, we are going …

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Treasury of national Jewels (Tehran)

jewellery museum tehran

Here at the national jewelry museum you would not take your eyes off from one valuable object to another. The treasury of national museum is not just a museum in Tehran, it is among top 10 museums of the world with so many historical and valuable jewelries from hundreds of …

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Tomb of Sa’di (Shiraz)

Of One Essence is the Human Race, Thusly has Creation put the Base. One Limb impacted is sufficient, For all Others to feel the Mace. The Unconcern’d with Others’ Plight, Are but Brutes with Human Face.”Bani Adam” by Saadi Shirazi . you can see tomb of this poet in Tomb …

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Tomb of Hafez (Shiraz)

“The heart is the thousand-stringed instrument that can only be tuned by LOVE” this is one of the famous hafez poems in english . Who was Hafez?     Hafez is one of the most famous Persian poets who was born in Shiraz in 726AH and he died at the …

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Tajrish Bazaar (Tehran)

When it comes to visiting Tehran, it is impossible not to refer Tajrish Bazaar. It is a great place for afternoon shopping, relaxing, drinking a coffee and enjoying the weather and the view of mountains. This bazaar is a smaller case of The Grand Bazaar in Tehran, but less congested and …

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Saad Abad palace (Tehran)

Plan a long visit to Sa’ad Abad  Palace Complex – there is much to see! Saad abad historical Complex: Each building of Sa’dabad Complex has its unique style and look. Beside it, there is a hugeterritory surrounding them, with cypresses and aspens growing there for ages, fountains,gardens, and paths. It …

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Niavaran palace

If you make a trip to Iran and spend some days in Tehran, it’s certainly worth visiting Niavaran palace. Niavaran Palace Complex is one of the most beautiful works of Iranian architecture, which has several masterpieces of authentic Iranian and Islamic architecture alongside its beautiful garden that is related to …

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National Museum of Iran

National Museum of Iran is the largest and oldest museum in Iran. It is a massive complex comprised of two museums (The Museum of Ancient Iran (Mūze-ye Irān-e Bāstān) and the Museum of the Islamic Era) and various research departments. The Museum of Ancient Iran: The Museum of Ancient Iran …

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Nasir-ol Molk mosque

Step on Nasir-ol Molk mosque to see the pink and the beauty of the Iranian architecture.   why Nasir al-Mulk is Pink Mosque of Shiraz ? The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is a traditional mosque in Shiraz, Iran. It is known as the ‘Pink Mosque Because of the usage of considerable …

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Narenjestan

narenjestan ghavam

Narenjestan is a garden with numbers of sour orange trees in it. This garden was built during Qajar era in 19th century in Shiraz province by Mohammad Khan Qavam. The name Narenjestan in Persian means sour orange garden.   history of Narenjestan: Narenjestan was the residential place for Qavam family, …

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Karim Khan citadel

The place you are about to explore was the resident of the royal family of Zand kings specially who the citadel was named after, Karim Khan. It is an rectangular building and resembles a  medieval fortress. This is one of the most important monuments of the Zand era and especially …

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UNESCO world heritage sites in iran

IRAN with 24 UNESCO World Heritage Sites is one of the 10 countries with the most Cultural Heritage Sites in the UNESCO’s World Heritage list. 24 heritage sites in Iran have already been registered in the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage: Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran, Bam and its Cultural …

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Golestan Palace

Golestan palace

Golestan palace is a complex which is made up of several other palaces which are all gathered to form the Golestan palace. This colourful tiled building has been used for so many important events in the past by previous kings and queens. The palace which was built during Safavid era  …

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Eram garden

Describe Eram Garden

Eram garden is a historical and botanical garden with 45 different plants in Shiraz. The beauty and unique feature of this place made this garden to be registered as a UNESCO world heritage site in 2011. By going there, you can’t forget the smell of a Persian garden for rest …

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Carpet Museum

carpet museum of iran

Ever wondered why Persian Carpet is famous in the worldwide or why it’s said that it has the best quality among carpets? Well, it should have something to do with its history and origin. The best place to learn about Persian Carpet and its fascinating history is Carpet Museum of …

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Abgineh Museum

Abgineh Museum

In the center of Tehran, there is a beautiful old building that now is a home of interesting ancient crafts. Glassware and Ceramic Museum of Iran or “Abgineh” Museum, as Iranians call it, is one of the unique collections of glassblowing arts in Iran look like unique collection of archaeological findings …

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Naghsh E Jahan Square (Isfahan)

Describe naghshe jahan Square

Naghsh-e Jahan (Image of the World Square), also known as Shah Square or Imam Square is a square in the center of Isfahan, Iran. Constructed between 1598 and 1629, it is now an important historical site, and one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Naghsh-e Jahan Architecture: Naqhshe  Jahan Square has …

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Iran curreny

iranian cash

Iran currency rate for International Passengers Although the “toman” is no longer an official unit of Iranian currency, Iranians commonly express amounts of money and prices of goods in tomans. For this purpose, one toman equals ten rials. Despite this usage, amounts of money and prices of goods are virtually …

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Why Iran should be your Next Destination?

Why  we should see Iran? Iran is a mountainous and arid country located in Southwestern Asia. It sits between Asia and Europe, the two largest continents in the world. It has two aquatics, the Persian Gulf in the Southern border and the Caspian Sea in Northern border, making the country …

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Eight Weird Villages of Iran

kandovan village

1. Chahar Borj Village The Village of the Blinds.   Chahar Borj Village is located in central district of Esfarayen County, North Khorasan Province, Iran. Most people in this village were born blind, but the strange thing is that even pets, like cows, sheep and even cats, are born blind …

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IRAN in brief

about Iran in breif

Iran in map Iran is located in the Middle East, in southwestern Asia. It is bordered by the Caspian Sea, the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman; Turkey and Iraq to the west, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Armenia to the north, and Afghanistan and Pakistan to the east. A brief …

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Top 7 Iran Attractions

takhte jamshid

1.Persepolis (Takht-e-Jamshid) and Pasargadae: The English word Persepolis is derived from Ancient Greek, meaning “the Persian city” or “the city of the Persians”. Iranians call it Takht-e Jamshid (The throne of Jamshid who is the first, probably mythical, ruler of Iran). Persepolis is undoubtedly the main attraction that lures tourists …

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Top 10 cities of IRAN

top 10 cities in iran

If you are planning to travel to middle-east for your next holiday, Iran and it’s unique culture, historical places and hospitable people can be your first and best option. Islamic republic of Iran is in south west of Asia and its neighbors are Iraq, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Armenia and …

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Tips for traveling to Iran

iran safety

1. Get your visa on arrival or beforehand It’s always possible to get visa on arrival except for citizens of Canada, UK, US, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, India, Iraq, Jordan, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sri Lanka. For more information, please visit our website amazing iran or leave us comment for solving your …

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