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Iran's Traditional Dress

Iran’s Traditional Dress

Although the majority of Iranians are Persian, Iran has a varied population that includes different ethnic groups, each with their own language, tradition, and clothes, all of which add to the richness of the country’s culture. Traditionally marked in women’s clothes, it’s easy to identify which region or tribe the person belongs to based on […]

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Darreh Eshq (The valley of love)

Darreh Eshq (The valley of love)

To reach Darreh Eshq (The valley of love), we must enter the Shahrekord road to Izeh, which is one of the most beautiful, the most versatile and the most dangerous roads in Iran. By entering this road and continuing the path, oak trees are seen in the central Zagros slopes. Having left behind these trees, […]

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Olasbelangah Village

Olasbelangah Village

Olasbelangah village is nested on foothills of the Alborz mountain range. Teeming with timeless yet spectacular sceneries, wooden cottages and sounds of birds, the picturesque area is sometimes referred to as a lost paradise in northern Iran. The countryside can be reached via a 30-kilometer-long curvy road commences from Masal, itself a popular tourist destination […]

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Shahdad Kalut

Shahdad Kalut

The driving distance from Kerman city to Shahdad is 95 km. Shahdad is located at the edge of the Lut desert. The local climate is hot and dry. The main agricultural produce is date fruits. There are many castles and caravanserais at Shahdad and around. Examples are the Shafee Abaad castle . The oldest metal flag in human history was found in this city. North of […]

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National Botanical Garden of Iran

National Botanical Garden of Iran

The garden was founded in 1968. Six lakes have been formed. Two hills (the highest reaching 19 m) have also been built up to represent the Alborz and Zagros mountains, (the largest mountain chains of Iran). Based on a site of 150 hectares, the botanical garden is home to some 160,000 plants from several regions around […]

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Holy Defense Museum

Holy Defense Museum

This epic-scale museum, on a landscaped site of 21 hectares, is dedicated to the Iran–Iraq War, a bloody eight-year conflict that claimed a million lives. The main building consists of seven halls that commemorate the war’s martyrs and run you through the history of the conflict in forensic detail. It may sound harrowing, but it […]

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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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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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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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Dress Code

Dress Code

It doesn’t mean you need to have a tight scarf around your head, in contrast it is rather acceptable for women to allow whips of their hair to frame their face. Body should be covered with loose clothing such as baggy shirts, coats and/or manteaux. You can also wear your jeans here in Iran. Here’s […]

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