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.
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.
While Tehran is known as one of the most populated cities in the world, there are a number of places to visit in this city. For instance, historical houses, beautiful palaces, national museums, and of course the Grand Bazaar of Tehran. Most of these monuments are located at the center of Tehran, where it is believed to be the historical part of the city.
There are some valuable items in each country that makes people of the region be proud of, and Persian Carpet with a history of thousand years is one of those in Iran. Among all the places in the country to visit and learn about this magnificent art, the carpet museum of Tehran is the best place to learn about the history, different types of carpets, and carpet weaving.