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Iran Birdwatching

Iran Birdwatching

Iran Birdwatching is suitable for experienced ornithologists and novice birders, thanks to the high number of bird species, the accessibility of the birding sites and the possibilities for year-round viewing. The country has endemic and rare birds, and species of special interest. Iran is home to more than 527 species. In fact Although large portions […]

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Uramanat Villages

Uramanat Villages

Paveh is located in Uramanat Villages and to the extreme northwest of Kermanshah province. From the west, it is limited to Iraq. Paveh has cold winters and temperate summers. The small mountainous city of Paveh is to the northwest of Kermanshah and located at a distance of 636 km. from Tehran. The surrounding mountains are […]

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Gonbad-e Kavus

Gonbad-e Kavus

City in northeastern Iran with 120,000 inhabitants (2005 estimate), in the Golestan province, at an elevation of about 60 metres, on the Gorgan river. It is predominantly a Turkmen city, Turkmen being the spoken language. Gonbad-e Qabus is particularly famous for its brick tower, the Mil-e Gonbad, dating back to 1006, built as a tomb for a Ziyarid prince. It […]

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Iran visa

Iran Visa

Tourist visas could be a no-charge part of our tour package services. Once you decide to travel with us to Iran, we provide Iran visa services without any charges. If you have decided to plan your own trip to Iran and leave Iran visa services to an Iranian tour operator, you’re at the right place. […]

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Zoroastrian Towers of Silence

Zoroastrian Towers of Silence

A tower of silence (known also as a ‘dakhma’) is a type of structure used for funerary purposes by adherents of the Zoroastrian faith. This Zoroastrian practice for the disposal of the dead involves the exposure of the corpse to the sun and vultures. This practice has been used traditionally by Zoroastrians, though it has […]

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Vank Cathedral

Vank Cathedral

You might be surprised to find a Christian church in Iran. But I learned that several Christian enclaves exist peacefully inside the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Vank Cathedral in the Jolfa Armenian quarter of Isfahan is a gorgeous fusion of Armenian and Islamic architecture. Corridors of successive arches – a hallmark of Islamic architecture […]

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Touran Biosphere Reserve

Touran Biosphere Reserve

The territory today known as Touran (Khar-Touran) is a Protected Area within the borders of Iran in the southern part of Shahrud Province and 28 km southeast of the city of Biarjomand, covering one million, four hundred and twenty hectares (1.420.000h). It is the second largest biosphere reserve in the world. Touran Biosphere Reserve (TBR) […]

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Christmas in Iran

Christmas in Iran

As Christians around the world celebrate Christmas, the holiday season is also observed in Iran. Christianity has a long history in Iran, dating back to the early years of the faith. Christmas in Iran has been practiced in the country longer than the state religion, Islam. According to the country’s statistics, today there are at […]

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Shab-e Yalda

Shab-e Yalda

These days, Christian countries around the world are getting ready for Christmas. All streets, stores, and houses are decorated with lights for this festive season. You hear Christmas songs everywhere and some people even wear Christmas jumpers. For Iranians, all around the world, it’s different, because they are getting ready for one of their most […]

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Persian Peoples

Persian Peoples

The Persian Peoples are a collection of ethnic groups defined by their usage of Iranian languages and discernable descent from ancient Iranian peoples. The Iranian peoples live chiefly in the Middle East, Central Asia, the Caucasus, and parts of the Indian subcontinent, though speakers of Iranian languages were once found throughout Eurasia, from the Balkans […]

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