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Travel to IRAN. Persia, the Land of four seasons with its rich and colourful history, countless monuments, Iranian hospitality and delicious food.

Iran is one of the world’s oldest civilizations, and has been among the world’s most thoughtful and complex civilizations from the very beginning. There are aspects of Iranian civilization that, in one way or another, have touched almost every human being on the planet. But the story of how that happened, and the full significance of those influences, is often unknown and forgotten.
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ISFAHAN (ESFAHAN)

IRAN's capital of culture, Beautiful in every season with its opulent palaces and gardens, Its markets and bazaars, Decorative Arts and Gorgeous bridges. Esfahan is a place for savouring the high refinements of Persian culture most evident in and around Naqsh-e jahan Sq. the Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu and Chehel Sotun Palace.

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Travel to Shiraz

SHIRAZ

A city of poets, Shiraz is home to the graves of Hafez and Sa'di, both major pilgrimage sites for Iranians. It's also home to splendid gardens, exquisite mosques and whispered echoes of ancient sophistication that reward those who linger beyond the customary excursion to nearby Persepolis: the area's major tourist destination.

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Kish Island

KISH ISLAND

The Pearl of the Persian Gulf is known for being a beautiful resort in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf. Kish Island has relaxed laws in comparison to the rest of Iran. Like mainland Iran, the people of Kish are friendly and hospitable. No entry visa is required for Kish. There are many Popular tourist attractions in this beautiful Island.

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Iran is a vast an ancient land, with several thousand years of history preserved within its borders. Welcome to what could be the friendliest country on earth. Iran is the jewel in Islam's crown, combining glorious architecture with a warm-hearted welcome. a treasure house for some of the most beautiful architecture on the planet.
Travel to Iran, Discover Five thousand years of culture. Welcome to what could be the friendliest country on earth. a treasure house for some of the most beautiful architecture on the planet.
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Tourist attraction in Tehran
Hasan Abad (Hassanabad) is an old and historical area within the Monirie District of Tehran. There is also a famous square in the area which carries the same name. The area was originally developed during the reign ...
Also known as Meidan'e HasanAbaad, Meydan-e HassanAbad, Hassan Abad Square, Hasanabad
Tourist attraction in Shiraz
It is one of the most valuable monuments dating back to Zandieh period. It's construction was completed in 1773 AD. with a beautiful ceiling and a marble altar that is considered to be one of the master pieces ...
Also known as Soltani Mosque, Masjed-e Vakil (Farsi), Masjid Vakil, Jami Vakil Mosque
Tourist attraction in Tehran
Tehran's Holy Defense Museum is a 21-hectare complex focused on the Iran-Iraq War of 1980 to 1988 -- the conflict known in Iran as the "Holy Defense." remembers the eight-year Iran–Iraq War through maps, photos, ...
Also known as Islamic Revolution Museum, Defa Moghaddas Museum (Farsi), Iran Holy Defense,Sacred Defense Museum
Tourist attraction in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Subatan is located 36 km to the northwest of Talesh, in the northern province of Gilan. Its beauty and peace attract many local visitors and foreign tourists each year, as its cool climate offers an escape from ...
Also known as Soubatan Village, Subatan, Suvatun Village
Tourist attraction in Pol-e-Dokhtar
Afrineh waterfall is located in Lorestan province, in the path from Khorram Abad to Pol Dokhtar. Afrineh waterfall is located in a village with the same name. this beautiful waterfall attracts several enthusiasts ...
Also known as Afreeneh Waterfall
Tourist attraction in Semnan
Situated in the center of Dasht-e Kavir, central Iran, Rig-e Jenn is one of the least-explored deserts in Iran. Locals still believe that the area is haunted by evil spirits or jinns.
Also known as Dune of the Jinn, Kavir-e Jen, The genies’ dune, Rigjen Desert
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