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Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
The largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran, The 270-metre (890 ft) bridge connects two public parks: Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park by spanning Modarres Expressway, one of the main highways in northern Tehran.
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
Tourist Attraction in Yazd (city)
Amir Chakhmaq Shami and his wife, Seti Fatimeh built this square, in the 9th century AH. Hadji Qanbar Bazaar on the east side of the square was one of the buildings constructed by Nezameddin Hadj Qanbar Jahanshahi. The famous Mir Chakhmaq Mosque and ...
Tourist Attraction in Marvdasht (city)
Tourist Attraction in Marvdasht (city)
An Incredible touch to Persian Antiquity! One of the great wonders of the ancient world.It was conceived by Darius the Great who (520 BC) inherited the responsibility for ruling the world's first known empire founded by his predecessor, Cyrus the Great.
Tourist Attraction in Yasuj (city)
Tourist Attraction in Yasuj (city)
Kakan ski resort (Dena Ski Resort) located 18 km away from Yasuj city in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province, on the foothills of Zagros mountain range on Dena Mountain. This ski resort is settled next to the protected area of Dena, which concentrates ...
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Yalda Night (Shab-e Chelleh) means "Night of Birth" is Persian winter event which is commemorated on or around December 20 or 21 each year.
Nowruz, the celebration of Iranian New Year, starts on March 20 and is considered the most important holiday in Iran.
Sizdah bedar or Sizdah Be-Dar (also known as Nature’s Day) literally means to spend the thirteen outdoor, is the thirteenth day of New Year which is also the last day of Persian New Year holiday.
News (November 17, 2021 | 13:54:02)
News (November 17, 2021 | 13:54:02)
In southwest Iran is situated Susa, a captivating UNESCO-listed archaeological site occupying the whole southern flank of modern Shush. Originally similar in scale to the UNESCO-designated Persepolis, the city saw countless invasions and sackings during its history which spans almost 6000 years.
News (November 3, 2021 | 16:29:30)
News (November 3, 2021 | 16:29:30)
Every year in autumn, many pomegranate farmers hold such festivals to thank God and to celebrate harvest season. Throughout the Orient, the pomegranate has since earliest times occupied a position of importance alongside the grape and the fig.
As the government has imposed a ban on outdoor get-togethers, people in Iran celebrated the national festival of Nature Day, called Sizdah Bedar, to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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