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Tag: Persian Gulf

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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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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Kish Island

Kish Island

Welcome to Iran’s Sunshine Coast, or Iran’s Costa del Sol. However you label it, say hello to this attractive island that, since the 1970s, has become a beach resort where visitors can swim, shop and sample a laid-back and relatively liberated local lifestyle. Iran’s most hedonistic spot, Kish is booming. Hotels, apartment blocks and retail […]

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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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Persian Gulf

Persian Gulf

Persian Gulf or Pars Sea, which runs along the Oman Sea and between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula. Its area is 233,000 square kilometers, and after the Gulf of Mexico and the Hudson Bay, the third largest gulf in the world. The Persian Gulf travels east from Hormuz Strait and the Oman Sea to the […]

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