Tourist Attraction

Standard 23 June 01

Abyaneh Mysterious Historical Village

gine going for a stroll around an animated Disney town or village. What a thrilling prospect! Visit lovely Abyaneh to make it a reality rather than dream it!

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Standard 23 January 16

Tomb of Hafez

There is no way a Persian will hear Shiraz's name and not immediately think about Hafiz.

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Standard 23 March 15

Iran Windcatchers – What Is Iran Known For?

Iranian architecture has a long and diverse history, dating back over 3,000 years.

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Standard 23 May 08

Qanat, Underground Water Channel

Water is one of the most essential elements of life.

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Standard 23 January 16

Top 20 Caravanserai in Iran that will wow you

A location for caravans (a group of travelers) to stop and refresh after long days of traveling on trade routes, caravanserais are one of Iran's most significant and magnificent historical monuments.

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Standard 22 December 24

Silk Road in iran: The Ancient Paths

The name "the Silk Road" takes the mind back to the past and evokes memories of a voyage where horse and camel caravans carry valuable commodities, including silk, and spices, across exotic and dangerous lands, desert oases, and wealthy cities.

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Standard 22 December 13

Famous Churches in Iran; From Vank to Saint Thaddeus

Iran is home to Shia Islam, which is one of the largest sects of Islam and the official religion of Iran.

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Standard 22 December 11

Shahr-e Sukhte, Iran's Mysterious Burnt City

Iran, one of the oldest nations on Earth, is home to many ancient, enigmatic, and strange civilizations.

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Standard 22 November 19

Persian Garden, a Piece of Paradise in Iran

The architecture of a society and the meanings attached to it may serve as a representation of its culture and identity.

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Standard 22 December 04

Persian Hammams, Top Traditional Persian Bathhouses

Cleanliness and hygiene are essential aspects of many religions and cultures.

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Standard 22 November 28

Isfahan's Khaju Bridge, Everything You Need to Know

In its day, the Khaju Bridge was regarded as one of the most stunning bridges in the world, making it one of Isfahan's historical and aesthetic wonders.

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Standard 22 November 01

Persian Griffin Meaning & Statue

A significant percentage of any country's arts and culture is influenced by the thoughts and attitudes of its citizens.

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Standard 22 October 24

Best Museums in Tehran [Definitive Guide]

Museums are the treasure house of the history and culture of every country or city.

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Standard 22 November 14

Most Beautiful Places in Iran You Should Visit

Iran is a place where you may encounter the world's friendliest people, the calmest environment, amazing natural beauty, and exquisite architecture, among other things.

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Standard 22 November 01

Susa Persia; One of the Oldest Cities in the World

One of the world's oldest cities is Susa city, also known as Susa Persia.

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Standard 22 October 24

Isfahan Mosques You Should Visit

Isfahan has a long history of being renowned for its abundance of mosques.

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Standard 22 September 14

Tourist Attractions in Tehran You Should Visit

Tehran is the biggest city and capital of Iran, It is a vibrant, congested, multicultural metropolis with approximately 14 million habitants, including Persians, Kurds, Azeris, and other racial groups in Iran, making it the most populated city in Iran.

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Standard 22 September 15

Is Iran a Beautiful Country?

Each and every person in the world should travel to Iran.

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Standard 22 September 04

Persepolis; The Great Ancient Persian Capital

There are numerous attractions in Shiraz, such as the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque of Shiraz and Hafiziyah.

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Standard 22 August 25

 Famous Cities of Iran, Must-See Cities in Iran

Owing to Iran's geographical location, every single part of it has exclusive beauty; in this article, there is a list of the top 20 famous cities of Iran that every traveler must visit.

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Standard 22 August 23

Best Restaurants in Isfahan

One of the most crucial aspects is where and what you eat on your trip.

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Standard 22 August 20

Tourist Attractions in Isfahan You Should Visit

There is no mystery as to why Isfahan is Iran's most popular tourist attraction. As the old Persian saying goes, "Isfahan nesf-e Jahan," meaning "Isfahan; half the world".

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Standard 22 August 06

Sa’d al-Saltaneh Caravanserai A Significant Trade Centre of Old

The Sa’d al-Saltaneh Caravanserai is located just north of the Qazvin bazaar on Imam Khomeini Street. This large complex consists of: four commercial courtyards, three administrative complexes, two rows of merchant stalls alongside a magnificent domed hall, one small bazaar, and two bathhouses - all in an area of 16,700 square metres. There is an entrance from Imam Street into the main courtyard of the caravanserai. The condition of this entrance shows how the main entrance hall was lost when the street was widened. There are commercial stalls surround the main courtyard. In the centre, there is a small pool that was likely filled via auxiliary aqueducts. A smaller yard with pillars sits west of the main courtyard, and has several stalls and sleeping areas that were used to store merchandise.

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Standard 22 July 07

Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace, or the Palace of Flowers houses some of the capital’s oldest royal buildings and is one of the most prominent historic complexes in Iran. During the Qājār rule, this now UNESCO World Heritage listed site was considered the political capital of the Qājār dynasty and had witnessed coronations of seven Qājār rulers as well as both of the Pahlavi kings. The rumour has it that in order to avoid any social unrest following the king’s death, it was decided to keep Nāser Al-Din Shāh’s murder a secret. The dead body of the king was, thus, placed into the royal coach (kept in the National Car Museum of Iran) and sent to the Golestan Palace. A man impersonating Nāser Al-Din Shāh and wearing white gloves would at times wave at people or touch his moustache in the same way as the dead king used to do. Once in the Golestan Palace, the body of the dead king was buried for a period of one year in the Royal Tekiyeh and later moved to the Abdol Azim shrine.

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Standard 22 June 16

5 Outdoor Activities to Do in Iran

Iran is a country of breathtaking landscapes, infinite skies, bare deserts, wild mountains, and astonishing wildlife. Since Iran is a country of four seasons; the beauty and attractiveness of each season can be entirely felt, from rainy and green areas covered with forests and waterfalls in the north to the warm and sunny coast in the south, therefore doing outdoor activities in Iran is a must when traveling to this beautiful country.

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Standard 19 December 07

The Best Ski Resorts in Iran

While there are a number of countries that are famous for having spring-like weather all year, there are also some amazing winter with, lots of snow and freezing weather.

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Standard 18 December 03

A Complete Guide To Ski Resorts Around Tehran

Iran may not be the first option for skiers, however, having a number of ski resorts make the country one of the best destinations for people who are keen to explore the world and try the same experience in a new place.

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Standard 19 July 30

Caravanserai of Sa'd al-Saltaneh, the biggest urban Caravanserai complex in Iran

Qazvin is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Iran. The city used to be the ancient capital in the Persian Empire. Therefore, there are a number of magnificent sites and incredible landscapes in the city.

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Standard 19 July 16

Top 9 most beautiful and historical castles in Iran

Iran is one of the first civilizations in the world and it has been the homestead of many people and rulers during its thousands of years of history. As the country situated on the ancient Silk Road to connect West and East, it has always been a witness of battle and invasion by different countries.

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Standard 19 July 13

Kalpourgan Village, the first handicraft village in the world by WCC

Iran is the land of wonders and when you travel to Iran, you will be definitely amazed by the number of World Heritage Sites in Iran. Currently, in 2019, Iran has 22 cultural and 2 natural properties inscribed on the World Heritage List.

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Standard 19 July 07

All Caravanserais on the Silk Road, the first Tourist Inns in the World

The term “caravanserai” refers to the tourist inns on the Silk Road which shelter men, goods, and animals. The word is a combination of the caravan (means a group of travelers) with sara (means home or place to stay). 

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Standard 18 June 03

Persepolis; One of the Most Ancient Civilizations in the History

One of the most visited historical sites in Iran is the Persepolis which is one of the most ancient civilizations in the world. The monument was the center of the great Persian Empire and ceremonial capital of the Achaemenian.

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Standard 19 January 14

National Museum of Iran, the oldest and most important one

National Museum of Iran is in the top 10 list of museums in Tehran according to, and actually the first choice of every traveler who has an interest in architecture, archeology, and history.

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Standard 18 December 05

Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, the Magic of Colors

There are a number of mosques in every four corners of the world, and while they share some characteristics, sometimes they have a unique design. One of the best examples of an extraordinary mosque is Nasir-ol-molk Mosque in which the magic of colors takes place and you can enjoy the colors at this magnificent place.

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Standard 19 July 01

The Most Beautiful Gardens in Shiraz

The city of Shiraz in one of the most amazing cities in Iran which has a number of beautiful gardens. If you travel to Shiraz in spring, you will be amazed by the magnificent fragrance of orange blossoms which spread all over the town. Here, we are going to introduce some of the most beautiful gardens in Shiraz.

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Standard 19 June 26

2 Towers of Tehran, the old and modern symbols of the capital city

Sometimes, when you are looking at a picture on a website or a travel magazine, you recognize the place in a second and guess the name of it.

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Standard 18 October 27

National Jewelry Museum of Iran

There are a few museums in the world which exhibit the magnificent and invaluable collection of jewelry.

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Standard 18 August 04

Golestan Palace; the Combination of Qajar and 18th Century

Most of the capital cities around the Globe are known as a megacity with lots of traffic, however, if you dig in there is always something to see and enjoy.

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Standard 18 May 27

Niavaran complex

Tehran has been the capital city of Iran for more than two centuries, and as a result, there are a number of palaces which were used by kings and princes of both Qajar and Pahlavi Dynasty.

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Standard 19 June 01

The Water Museum in Yazd, One of the Best Places to Visit

The picturesque city of Yazd is a well-preserved mud-brick old town with distinctive wind-catchers, and numbers of historical sites. One of the most interesting points about the city is its unique architecture, where you can find old houses with a magnificent platform and interior design.

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Standard 19 May 22

8 Most beautiful local Bazaars in Iran

Since centuries ago, bazaars have an important cultural influence in Iran. Whenever a city was about to develop, the first thing was done by the governor at the time was establishing a bazaar, a school, a bath, and a mosque all as a complex at the center of the city.

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Standard 19 May 19

Temple of Anahita; the Historic Monument of Kangavar

On the road traveling from Tehran toward the city of Kermanshah "Bakhtaran," one passes through the valley of Asad-Abad. In the small town of Kangavar located at the distance of about 75 km from Hamadan and 96 km from Kermanshah, ruins of a majestic historic site start to appear right by the roadside.

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Standard 19 February 20

Top 10 places to visit in and around Kerman

When most people start planning their travel to Iran, they include cities such as Shiraz, Isfahan, Yazd, and Tehran. However, the attractions of Iran does not limit to these cities, and there are also others that you can consider to visit. As an example, the city of Kerman, with a great heritage and numerous places to visit. 

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Standard 19 February 19

The Largest Aquarium Tunnel in Iran Opens in Bandar-e Anzali

Iran is well-known for being home to a number of historical monuments, magnificent palaces, local bazaars, and also majestic landscapes. However, in addition to these attractions, there are some other places worth visiting. For instance, the new built largest aquarium tunnel opens in Iran in Bandar-e Anzali recently. It already attracted many visitors who mostly have an interest in marine. 

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Standard 19 February 06

Shah Cheragh Mausoleum, the Magnificent Mirrored Mosque in Shiraz

There are a number of mosques, holy shrines, and Imam Zadeh in Iran, and Shah Cheragh Mausoleum is the third most important religious sites in the country. The mausoleum attracts millions of tourists on an annual basis. 

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Standard 19 February 06

The Blue Mosque in Tabriz, a masterpiece from centuries ago

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. 

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Standard 19 January 30

Top 10 most beautiful mosques in Iran

Being an Islamic country, there are a number of mosques and holy shrines in the country. Generally speaking, the architecture of mosques in Iran is a combination of symmetry, geometric designs, and vibrant colors creating an astonishing view which no one can forget easily.

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Standard 19 January 29

Towers of Silence, the Zoroastrian Burial Culture

Travel to Iran, will not be completed if any traveler omits Yazd from its itinerary. Being one of the most historical cities in the country, Yazd is also visited by millions of people all around the year. 

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Standard 19 January 26

Amir Chakhmagh Complex, a Plaza in Yazd

Amir Chakhmagh or Amir Chakhmaq historical square is the symbol of Yazd city and located at the heart of the city. Along with other structures around the main monuments, such as a bazaar, mosque, water storage, and a mausoleum it is listed as a National Heritage Sites. 

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Standard 19 January 26

Menar Jonban, the historical shaking minaret

Isfahan is one of the oldest and most visited cities in Iran by both locals and international tourists. In addition to a number of beautiful sightseeing and historical monuments, you can always treat yourself with some of the best local food, and mouthwatering desserts. 

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