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Majara residence

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 …

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Where to go in Iran (part 1)

The Ultimate Guide to personalize your trip Iran has been famous for its various cultural attractions. You might hear about Persepolis, Naqsh-e Jahan square and so many beautiful mosques which are probably your aims for traveling to Iran. But these things are just a part of the whole story. Iran …

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All about Iranian rial

  The first thing you need to know once you arrive in Iran and even before landing on airport is the currency. At the first glimpse, it seems complicated. You might have heard Rial as the Iranian official currency but you’ll hear Toman all the time during your trip. Why? …

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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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7 frequent questions about Nowruz

Essential things to know about the Persian New Year “Awaken The morning Nowruz breeze Is showering the garden With flowers.” – Sa’di Nowruz or the Persian New Year (prounced “no-rooz”) has been celebrated on the occasion of spring arrival and the rebirth of nature. Read on to find out the …

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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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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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