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Hamid Noori
The attractions of Iran
Iran is one of the most important countries in the middle east with an glorious history, at least 7000 years. Historians believe that it is one of the oldest contries in the world. In addition, Iran is a diverse country in terms of its nature. Well, Iran contain too many natural and historical atractions. Where...
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Takht-e Suleiman
About 45 km northeast of the city of Takab in West Azerbaijan is an ancient site that has hosted sacred structures among its fences since 1600 years ago. The mystery of its lake have made it one of the most mysterious places in Iran. In addition to the beliefs that tell the secrets of this...
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Gonbad Qabus
Gonbad Qabus, which is a relic of the fourth century AH, is located in the city of Gonbad Kavus in Golestan province in the north of Iran. Generations have come and gone over the centuries, and many of the buildings have been destroyed, but the world’s largest brick wall is still standing. A masterpiece of...
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The safety of tourism in Iran
What’s your opinion about the safety of Iran? Is Iran safe? Is Iran a safe destination? Or, how is the safety in Iran? The answer is that absolutely it’s safe, based on the visitors’ comments. Most of those whom have visited this beautiful country, confirm that Iran is safe. In addition, according to international organization...
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Ganj Ali Khan Complex
Kerman is an inseparable part of Iran’s civilization, where there are many historic, cultural and natural attractions that interestingly some of them are listed by UNESCO. Among them “Ganj Ali Kahn complex” is shining and is impossible to ignore. In fact, it is an urban complex, being built by the local governor of Kerman that...
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Shazdeh Mahan garden
Persian gardens are one of the most well-known styles of gardening which 9 of them are registered in the UNESCO’s world heritage list. One of them is Shazdeh Mahan garden, in Persian Shazdeh means prince, in Kerman province, to the southeast of Iran. In fact, beside the architecture, the environment has also added its aesthetic...
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Bam Citadel
Bam is a historic city in Kerman province, southeast of Iran. The most important historic site in Bam is Bam citadel, “Arg-e Bam”, which before the tragic quake in 2003, was the largest adobe-made structure in the world. Furthermore, the citadel is surrounded by different historic sites, such as; Darzin, an ancient city, Daughter castle,...
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Yazd Water museum
It is true that water has always meant life. Although this indispensable material covers about 75% of the earth, only 3% of it is drinkable. Specially, in the arid lands it’s been a controversy. In addition, through the history many methods have been invented to preserve this extremely needed element. So, today we are going...
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Qanat
One of the most important elements of living is water which has always been a crucial and sometimes controversial issue, specially in arid lands like Iran. Because of the climate, Iranians have made an innovative method to satisfy their needs of this vital element. In fact this invention led to transfer underground water as far...
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Ice house, the traditional refrigerator
How did people satisfy their needs of ice before the invention of refrigerators? It’s true that they used natural ices, but, what if they lived in a desert or a dry area. In Iran, people produced this precious commodity by a building with special features, in order to result in a specific production. Across Iran...
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