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Mausoleum of Poets

The mausoleum of the poets is located in the Sarkhāb district of the city of Tabriz (eastern Azerbāijān region). It is one of the ancient cemeteries of the city that according to historical documents, up until the eighth century of the moon Hegira did not exist and in the past had assumed various names such […]

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Blue Mosque

Iran has so many mosques displaying ancient Persian art and architecture. As a historical city, there are a number of must-see monuments in the city of Tabriz. One of these grand structures is the Blue Mosque in Tabriz, a masterpiece from centuries ago which is covered beautifully with blue tiles. It is a rare mosque […]

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liqvan-village

Liqvan Village

The village of Liqvan lies to the northeast of Tabriz and the southeast sector of the hilly area of Sahand. Tabriz is the most populated city in Northwestern Iran, one of the historical capitals of Iran and the present capital of East Azerbaijan province. Located in the Quru River valley, between long ridges of volcanic […]

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Nobar Bath

Tabriz, the heart of Azerbaijan, the head ,the symbol and the economy hub of Iran and the main connection path between two important continents, Asia and Europe, the capital of Islamic countries , the GLORIOUS land. The Nobar bath is one of the historical baths of Tabriz, Iran. It has been constructed in the center […]

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Tabriz El-Goli Park

The most amazing tourist attraction place in Tabriz –El-Gölü park When you decide to travel to Tabriz, El-Gölü park is the first thing that comes into mind such a shining diamond among all the beautiful places in this city. Let’s take a look at the amazing features of this place: El-Gölü Is the first place […]

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Carpet Museum

Carpet Museum

Iranian carpets are one of the unique masterpieces created by Iranians since antiquity. Although they are known as Persian carpets, they have been made by various ethnic groups in Iran based on the same traditions and techniques. The facade of the museum resembles the carpet-weaving loom. It also comprises of two floors to display different […]

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Tabriz Bazaar

Tabriz Bazaar

Due to Tabriz’s strategic location along the Silk Road, it has long been an important hub of commerce. Construction started over a millennium ago, making it one of the oldest bazaars in the Middle East; however, much of the brick domes date back to the 15th century, which actually gives some areas a somewhat modern feel. […]

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