The city of Nayshabur lies in a level plain and is 768 km. from Tehran. The Binalood heights are to the north, and other heights run northwest of the city. The railroad of Tehran - Mashad passes through Nayshabur. In the year 31 AH, it was seized by ...
Faridodin Abu Hamed Mohammed-ebne-Abu Bakr Ebrahim Ben Issaq Attar Nayshaburi, the great poet and Gnostic of Iran was born around the year 540 AH and expired in 618 AH.
The tomb of this famous poet is located 6 km. west of Nayshabur, near Imamzadeh ...
The building of this mosque is of 9th century AH, and its founder was Pahlavan Ali-e-Nami. The courtyard of this mosque is square shaped, with tall porticos (Shabestan and Mehrab). The altar and place for nocturnal prayers are all paved in stone.
Choubin Village (or Woodwork village) is located near Neyshabour in Khorasan Razavi province, in northeastern Iran. The unique wooden village has been constructed by Engineer Hamid Mojtahedi and is one of the tourist resorts of Neyshabour.
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Mount Binalud is the second highest peak in Razavi Khorasan province. It is known also as the Roof of Khorasan. Made of Triassic-Jurassic metamorphic rocks, this mountain is 26 km north-east of Nishapur and to the west of Mashhad. With an elevation of 3201 metres, Mount Binalud is the second highest point of the Binalud Mountains.
Serenely sprawling in a well-watered and fertile plain at the southern foot of the Binalud Mountains, Choobin (“Wooden”) village is a special tourist destination situated near Neyshabur, Khorasan Razavi, northeast Iran.
Persian architecture has a long and complex history. The Elamite, Achaemenian, Hellenistic, and other pre-Islamic dynasties left striking stone testaments to their greatness, such as Choqa Zanbil and Persepolis both designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1979.
Several Iranian libraries and research centers have gained online access to digital copies of the rare manuscripts persevered at the Astan-e Qods Razavi Organization for Libraries, Museums and Archives Centers in Mashhad.
Several programs will be held to commemorate the birth anniversary of the 13th-century Persian mystic and poet Farideddin Attar Neyshaburi, known as Attar, today.
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