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Persepolis; One of the Most Ancient Civilizations in the History
Pasargadae, the capital city and the tomb of Cyrus the Great
Fire Temple, the Holy Places Where Zoroastrians Worship
Top 9 Persian Gardens
Vakil Complex; a combination of a citadel, a mosque, a bath, and a bazaar
A Tour of Iran's Most Famous Architectural Landmarks
History in heaven; Eram Garden
Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, the Magic of Colors
Shiraz travel guide and top tourist attractions
The Magnificent Colorful House of Qavam in Shiraz
Hafezieh, Review of Tomb of Hafez in Shiraz
Top 10 most beautiful mosques in Iran
Shah Cheragh Mausoleum, the Magnificent Mirrored Mosque in Shiraz
8 Most beautiful local Bazaars in Iran
13 Best places to visit in Shiraz
The Most Beautiful Gardens in Shiraz
The Top 10 Hotels in Shiraz
The Best Traditional Hotels in Shiraz
Saadi Shirazi, the Major Persian Poet of All Time
One of the most ancient Persian festivals is Shab-e Yalda or Yalda Nights. All Iranian around the world celebrate this night with their families and friends on the 21st of December.
Traveling to Iran during Muharram, especially on the day of Ashura, is an opportunity to experience the passionate religious ritual in Iran.
Many countries around the globe held water festival on a specific day once a year.
After the Safavid Empire was formed and the Shia was chosen as an official religion in Iran in 16th century, various customs were established in many parts of the country to consolidate this religion in our land.
Naqqali has a long history in Iran and has played an important role to maintain the culture and native traditions of the country. The best oral texts of every language are short stories that come to us from generation to generation like the oral music that the players learn each other.
Nowruz is One of the suitable times for travel to Iran is, Spring. In this season you can acquaint some of the Iranian cultures. One of the Iranian ancient cultures is Nowruz.
The proximity of Bandar Abbas to the sea is the most significant reason for differences in customs and traditions of this area in comparison with other parts of Iran to seem amazing and extraordinary.
Chogan or as it is said in English “Polo”, is a traditional horse-riding game in Iran with a history of more than 2,000 years.