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British star Joanna Lamond Lumley is in Iran to produce a documentary on Silk Road. The British actress has so far made a number of episodes in the documentary series in some Silk Road countries such as Japan, India and Lebanon.
About the time of Elamites, the indo European Aryan tribes entered Iran from north, including Medes who settled in northwest, Persians in south near Shiraz and Parthians who chose northeast to settle. The Medes established their capital in Ecbatana near ...
Iranian Architecture: some of the most majestic structures the world has ever seen !
Tourist Attraction in Abadeh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Abadeh (city)
This bridge is located between Shiraz - Esfahan. It was built on "Khoshk" River of Shiraz, in the Al-e-Boyeh era and has been repaired for many times. The final repair and construction works have been performed in the Karim Khan Zand period(1185 AH).
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
City in 'Hormozgan' Province
Bandar-e Lengeh is situated at a distance of 1,631 km. from Tehran in HORMOZGAN Province. It is to the west of the province and the coasts of the Persian Gulf, and has a warm and humid climate. There is a strong possibility that 'Bandar-e-Gugana' ...
Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
The ancient city of Arjan is situated at a distance of 10 km. north of Behbahan. Today, only hillocks from this city have remained which belong to the Sassanide period. Previousely, this city used to have six gates which were named as, Ahvaz, Ray Shahr, ...
Tourist Attraction in Kangan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kangan (city)
This river takes its source from the heights south east of Kazeroon and south west of Shiraz, flowing into the Persian Gulf in the south of 'Bandar-e-Kangan.' The slope of this river is gradual and it enters Bushehr province from Kazeroon, after irrigating ...
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
This river takes its source from the heights of Dasht-e-Arjan to the west of Shiraz, and after gaining water from the Sarkhoon and Shirin Rivers, adjoins Shapour River, finally flowing into the Persian Gulf. Dalky river, specially in the northern sector ...
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