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Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
This relic is one of the important vestiges from the times of the Portuguese and their domination on the coastal areas and islands of the Persian Gulf. The Fort of Our Lady of the Conception (Portuguese Castle) is located in north of this island. This ...
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
The entire of Hormoz  island is made of rainbow mountains and you can freely walk through most of the middle of it. But this spot is a good place to stop and check out all the colours. In close vicinity of Silence Valley, lies the mesmerizing valley ...
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Hormuz Island is most famous for its imposing red soil. But, beware red is not all there is to Hormuz Island soil and its epic geological formations. As one takes on the coastal road around this spectacular island, colors of blue, purple, yellow, white, ...
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
This stunningly beautiful natural site is called 'Valley of the Statues' (Valley of Sculptures,  Valley of Imagination or Darreye Tandis-ha) because here tall rocks have been sculpted into strange shapes by the elements. With a bit of imagination ...
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
Hormoz Island (Hurmoz) lies like an oyster shell amidst the waters of the Persian Gulf, covering an area of 41.9 sq. km. Hormoz Island is located to the southeast of Bandar Abbas and lies within 10 nautical miles from it. The island, known as Organa ...
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
The Hormuz Island in southern Iran is widely known for its red and edible soil but in addition to the dominant red colour of the island, a splendid white colour catches the eyes of every visitor: The whiteness of the Goddess of Salt. The jewel of geology ...
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Hormoz Island (city)
Hormuz Island has a mountain rich in red oxide soil, called “Gelack”, which is not just a valuable mineral for industrial purposes, but the locals use it as an spice in their cuisine, such as sauces, jams, etc. The mountain being on the shoreline, makes ...
Tourist Attraction in Qeshm Island (city)
Tourist Attraction in Qeshm Island (city)
Hara (Mangrove) forests are among the important tourist attractions in the southern provinces of Iran, which are of interest to tourists, especially nature lovers, due to their unique and diverse ecology.
The 16th-century Portuguese Castle of Hormuz Island, which is one of the last surviving monuments of the colonial rule in the Persian Gulf, has underwent some vital rehabilitation works.
Hormuz Island (also called Hormoz), is in the Strait of Hormuz (Strait of Hormoz) in the Persian Gulf. The small island is about 5 miles (8 km) from Bandar Abbas off the Iranian Coast in the Hormozgan Province. Hormoz Island is an island of colors and ...
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