Online chat


Do you have any question?

Tag: Shiraz

Bakhtegan_Lake

Bakhtegan Lake

The site lies in the eastern Zagros Mountains, 50-160 km east of Shiraz, Nayreez. Nayreez is 1,140 km. from Tehran. It is situated in the southeast of the Bakhtegan Lake. This city has a moderate climate in north and is warm in the south. In clay inscriptions of Persepolis it is mentioned as “Narizi Ancient […]

Read More
Bagh-e-Takht

Takht Garden

Shiraz is the sixth-most-populous city of Iran and the capital of Fars Province. Shiraz is located in the southwest of Iran on the “Roodkhaneye Khoshk” (The Dry River) seasonal river. It has a moderate climate and has been a regional trade center for over a thousand years. Shiraz is one of the oldest cities of […]

Read More
margoon

Margoon Waterfall

Margoon is the name of a waterfall located in the western valleys of Sepidan County. It is a famous and great waterfall located at the borders of the two provinces of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad and Fars. This waterfall is at the east of Yasooj and alongside the Margoon Village. This long waterfall due to […]

Read More
khan-school

Khan School

Khan school or Madraseh Khan which is one of the most famous and greatest schools in Shiraz, dates back to Safavid era. Imam Gholi Khan, governor of Fars, founded this serene religious school for around 100 students in 1615. This school was built for Mulla Sadra, arguably the single most important and influential philosopher in […]

Read More
raghaz-canyon

Raghaz Canyon

Are you ready for an epic adventure, eager to push the edge of your limits and expand your possibilities in a fun and memorable experience? Then, the ultimate adrenaline adventure of canyon in Raghaz Canyon is going to fulfill, and even exceed, all your expectations!  The most popular canyon in Iran, Raghaz has it all […]

Read More
boraq-canyon

Shiraz Boraq Canyon

The Boraq Canyon is a beautiful valley near the village of the same name, located 20 kilometers from the city of Sedeh in Eghlid County, northwest of Shiraz, Fars province. The people living in this village speak in Lori and Turkish. The Most important jobs of these people is animal husbandry and farming for products […]

Read More
Maharloo Lake

Maharloo Lake

Shiraz is not only home to the “Pink Mosque” but also the “Pink Lake.” Maharloo Lake is another salt lake and once home to migrant birds who have, sadly, diminished as drought has dried this lake up. Much like Lake Urmia though, rainfall helps to restore water levels. Rich in potassium and other salts, the […]

Read More
Nasir-ol-molk Mosque

Nasir-ol-molk Mosque

There are numerous mosques all around the world. Each has a design of its own. However, in order to be distinctive from other mosques, a mosque needs to be unique and possess outstanding features. One such mosque is The Nasir-ol-molk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran. From outside it looks like a conventional mosque, but inside there […]

Read More
Tomb of Hafez

Tomb of Hafez

The Tomb of Hafez is in a peaceful, garden setting that drips with an ambience of poetry and romance. The 14th-century writer is considered the Shakespeare of Iran, one of the greatest Persian poets of all time, and a source of national pride. Hafeziyeh is the name of a shrine complex in north of Shiraz, in […]

Read More
Eram Garden

Eram Garden

It was created by a chief of the Qashqai clan around 1823, with a house later rebuilt by Hali Mohammed Hasan Mi’mar with reception rooms, an orangery, stables, and pavilion. Both garden and buildings were confiscated in 1953 and given to the late shah for his private use; this was when the original mud-brick enclosing […]

Read More