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Tag: Hormozgan

Indians-Temple

Indians Temple

Since the beginning of the formation of human culture and civilization, Iran has been and continues to be a cradle of art and beauty. In addition to the amazing beauty of nature and the Iranian handicrafts, the hospitality and delicious taste of Iranian food are of interest to foreign tourists. Hindu Temple is one of […]

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coconut-beach

Coconut Beach

Iran is a vast country. Its geography is home to many wonderful phenomena. You might think that Iran is only a huge desert. But it’s not. In fact, on the map of Iran, you can easily see that she has two seas: one in the north, and one in the south. Iran beaches and shores […]

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kariz-underground

Kariz Underground City

Kariz or Kahriz is a Persian word meaning “aqueduct”. Aqueduct or kariz was invented by Iranians and has a historical background equal to the civilization of the Ancient Iran. Despite its long history and development of modern technologies, it is still vital for people living in many hot and dry areas. Aqueducts usually start from […]

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baghoo-village

Baghou Village

Kish Island is a beautiful island and tourist resort located on the north east of the Persian Gulf (Khalij-e Fars). Kish Island, often called the Pearl of the Persian Gulf has an area of 90 km² (36 sq. miles). It is known for being a beautiful resort in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf, […]

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kish-island

Kish Island

Kish Island, located in the Persian Gulf close to Qeshm Island, is Iran’s most popular island resort and the fourth most popular tourist destination in southwest Asia. This attractive island, since the 1970s, has become a beach resort where visitors can swim, shop and sample a laid-back and relatively liberated local lifestyle. An attractive spot in the […]

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Hormuz Island

Hormuz Island

There are several islands in the province of Hormozgan and Qeshm, among which Hormuz Island with its beautiful and amazing beach has a worldwide reputation and welcomes thousands of tourists and travelers from all over the world annually. Hormuz Island is known to most people by its red soil, but red soil is not what […]

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chabahar

Chabahar

Chabahar in Sistan-Baluchestan Province is a strategic city near the waters of the Sea of Oman and the Indian Ocean and the closest way for the land-locked countries of Central Asia to reach international waters. Chabahar borders Iranshahr and Nik Shahr in the north, the sea of Oman in the south, Pakistan in the east […]

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Qeshm Island

Qeshm Island

When most people think about travel in Iran, they think of Shiraz and Isfahan, the big brothers of Iranian history and civilization. Few think of Iran as an island destination when, in fact, there are two major islands: Kish and Qeshm. Both islands are free-trade zones, and foreign tourists require no visa for up to 14 […]

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