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Best Time To Visit Iran

Best Time to Visit IRAN Iranians are the most hospitable people and they will cherish their guests at all times. However, visiting Iran in some periods may have some limitations because of natural or religious reasons. Find out when you should plan your travel to Iran. About Iran Good-Travel.ir Mag – Iran is one of the only countries in the world which has the complete four seasons .The land whose…

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Kandovan Village, a Rocky Architectural Oddity in Iran

Kandovan is an extraordinary ancient village in the province of East Azarbaijan, near the city of  Tabriz, Iran. With its at least 800 years existence, this remarkable place is inhabited by 670 people and offers scenic beauty for its travelers. Kandovan is an a stonishing village located on the mountain flank of Sultan Daghi, Sabalan Mountain, located in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran. Kandovan Village is famous for its wonderful rocky architecture which is the…

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Thirty Tips for Traveling to Iran & Things to Know Before You Go – 1 of 3

Description of Anna Lysakowska’s Travel to Iran Unlike what you can see in the media, Iran is one of the friendliest countries I’ve ever visited. From friendly people, incredible architecture, amazing beaches, to vibrant cities and mystic deserts. Did you know that Iran hosts nineteen UNESCO World Heritage Sites? There’s so much to see that even if you spend a month traveling around the country, you won’t see everything that the country has to…

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Martian Mountains Of Chabahar

Martian Mountains Of Chabahar “I’ve seen this in movies,” most tourists, setting foot on the route from Chabahar to Miniature Mountains for the first time often say. The truth is the Martian (or Miniature) Mountains of Chabahar belong to less seen scintillating attractions of the real world, not the imaginary world of movies. There are many ups and downs in the road. At times, you’re going downhill with the darkish…

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المعالم التاریخیه مدینه مشهد فی ایران

متحف علم الإنسان، وحمام “مهدی قلی بیک” أسس هذا المتحف من قبل أمین غیاث الدین ملک شاه فی الضلع الغربی للحرم الرضوی المطهر، الواقع فی شارع اندرزکو ۱۳ ،فی البناء التاریخی لحمام مهدی قلی بیک. وقف هذا الحمام عام ۱۹۴۸ م من قبل مهدی قلی بیک میر آخور باشی شاه عباس الصفوی علی العتبه الرضویه المقدسه، ویوجد فی هذا المتحف آثار کالحوائج الضروریه فی الحمامات القدیمه، وأنواع من سماور الفحم،…

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Tabriz Bazaar World’s Longest Roofed Bazaar

The magnificent, labyrinthine, Unesco-listed Tabriz bazaar covers some 7 sq km, with 24 caravanserais (sets of rooms arrranged around a courtyard) and 22 impressive timches (domed halls). Construction began over a millennium ago, though much of the fine brick vaulting dates to the 15th century. Hidden behind innocuous shopfronts, it’s surprisingly easy to miss, but the open Ferdosi mall is a good entry point. Take a GPS waypoint below the tourist…

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Bagh-e Naranjestan Top choice palace in Shiraz

Bagh-e Naranjestan Top choice palace in Shiraz Named after the bitter oranges that line the central courtyard, this is Shiraz’s smallest but most lovely garden. Enclosing the delightful Naranjestan-e Ghavam Pavilion it was laid out as part of a complex owned by one of Shiraz’s wealthiest Qajar-era families. The pavilion’s mirrored entrance hall opens onto rooms covered in a myriad of intricate tiles, inlaid wooden panels and stained-glass windows. Particularly…

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Mashhad , The second holiest city in the world

The second largest holy city in the world, Mashhad attracts more than 20 million tourists and pilgrims every year, many of whom come to pay homage to the Imam Reza Shirne (the eighth Shi’ie Imam). It has been a magnet for travellers since medieval times the tombs of historical celebrities in nearby Tus and Neyshabour, the tomb of Nadir Shah are the tomb of the great poet Ferowsi in Tus.…

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Naqsh-e Jahan (Imam) Square – Top choice square in Esfahan

Good-travel.ir – Hemmed on four sides by architectural gems and embracing the formal fountains and gardens at its centre, this wondrous space is a spectacle in its own right. It was laid out in 1602 under the reign of the Safavid ruler, Shah Abbas the Great, to signal the importance of Esfahan as a capital of a powerful empire. Cross the square on a clear winter’s day and it’s a…

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