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Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
On the eastern slope of the Baq Nowruz Valley in Meshkin Shahr, there is a castle by the river and there is an inscription with Pahlavi script belonging to the Sassanian period. It's probable that this castle has been built replacing the ancient ...
Tourist Attraction in Chenaran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Chenaran (city)
Radkan tower (Mil Radkan Chenaran) is located in 26 kilometers northwest of Chenaran city, Razavi Khorasan province. This conical tower with height of 25 meters’ dates back to 13th century during Mongols invasions. Mil-e Radkan was a structure which ...
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
The Niloofar Sarab (wetland) also known as Lake Niloufar (Water Lily) is located about 15 km. northwest of Kermanshah and in THE Kermanshah - Kouzran road at the foot of Mount Komijar. This wetland has a large pool covered with lotus flowers. The same ...
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
About 100 meters to the east of the main square in Meshkin Shahr (Meshginshahr), this inscription is located in a valley named Dareh Baq Nowruz. On one of the slopes there is an inscription belonging to the Shapour II, the Sassanian. Kohneh-Qaleh inscription ...
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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.
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.
A Safavid era (1501–1736) caravanserai in the north-central city of Semnan was finally handed over to the city’s municipality after being used as a prison for over 40 years.
The National Museum of Iran opened its doors to the public on Sunday as restrictions over the coronavirus pandemic have been relaxed.
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