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Category: about iran

Imamzadeh Ja'far

Imamzadeh Ja’far

Imamzadeh Ja’far is located in the midst of an ancient graveyard, east of Borujerd. This relic is from the Saljuqi period. The actual grave is on a lower level than its surrounding. The ‘haram’ or Imamzadeh has lost some of its ancient charm. The entrance of this mausoleum faces east, and its two halls are […]

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Abgineh Museum of Tehran

Abgineh Museum of Tehran

In the center of Tehran, there is a beautiful old building that now is home to interesting ancient crafts. Glassware and Ceramic Museum of Iran or Abgineh Museum of Tehran, as Iranians call it, is one of the unique collections of glassblowing arts in Iran. If you always find glassblowing and glasswares interesting, now it’s the […]

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Palangan Village

Palangan Village

Sanandaj is the capital of the province of Kordestan, which forms a significant part of the Kurdish area in Iran. This is a good base from where to embark on a trip to Palangan Village, a Kurdish village high on the list of touristic villages here. Which means, especially on Fridays in the summer holiday […]

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TOMB OF KHALED NABI

Tomb of Khaled Nabi

Tomb of Khaled Nabi located in southeast of Gonbad-e Kavoos on the top of a mountain called Kooh-e Khoda (The Mountain of God) between Kalaleh and Maraveh Tappeh. Khaled-e Nabi Tomb has a very special landscapes. Local peoples believe that one and the prophets (Khalid) buried in there and built three tombs for him two […]

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Badab-e Surt

Badab-e Surt

Geology enthusiasts will especially fall for Badab-e Surt. Located in the Mazandaran province, the name comes from a combination of bâd, gas, âb, water, and surt, the old name of the village of Orost located 7 kilometers to the west. Although there are a handful of similar places on earth, such as Mammoth Hot Spring […]

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Tabriz Bazaar

Tabriz Bazaar

Due to Tabriz’s strategic location along the Silk Road, it has long been an important hub of commerce. Construction started over a millennium ago, making it one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East; however, much of the brick domes date back to the 15th century, which actually gives some areas a somewhat modern feel. […]

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Imam Reza shrine

Imam Reza shrine

Mashhad is the capital of Khorasan province in the North East of Iran, 892 km away from Tehran. It is located at the altitude of 985 Meter occupying an area of 204 sq. Km. and has a population of about 1.5 million. Mashhad grew from a small village called Sanabad, 24 km away from Tus. […]

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Si-o-se Pol Bridge

Si-o-se Pol Bridge

Si-o-se Pol Bridge is a stone double-deck arch bridge in Isfahan, Iran. It is also called Siose Bridge (which in Persian means “33 Bridge” or “Bridge of 33 Arches”) or Allah-Verdi Khan Bridge. Si-o-se Pol Bridge is built by the chancellor Allahverdi Khan Undiladze on commission from from Shah Abbas whose chancelor he was. Si-o-Se-Pol, also known […]

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Jangal-e Abr (Cloud Forest)

Jangal-e Abr (Cloud Forest)

Jangal-e Abr (Cloud Forest) is one of the oldest and most beautiful forests in Iran. It is located on the eastern part of Alborz mountains, on the border between the provinces of Semnan and Golestan, 45km north east of Shahrud. Sprawling on an area of 35,000 hectares, the Cloud Forest is a remnant of the […]

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Zoroastrian Temple of Chak Chak

Zoroastrian Temple of Chak Chak

Zoroastrian Temple of Chak Chak, once there climb the steep cliff with over 300 steps, to reach the Pir-e-Sabz Fire Temple (the Green Pir), the most sacred of the Zoroastrian mountain shrines. Inside the grotto there is a constant dripping from the roof. Legend has it that Nikbanou, the second daughter of the last pre-Islamic […]

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