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Kish Island

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Kish is a 91.5-square-kilometre (35.3 sq mi) resort island in the Persian Gulf. It is part of the Hormozgān Province of Iran. Due to its free trade zone status it is touted as a consumer’s paradise, with numerous malls, shopping centres, tourist attractions, and resort...
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Susa

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Susa or Shush Iran Travel Iran Traveling Center Susa Shush, The French name Suse is frequently employed. Also called Shoosh , Chouch , Susa etc. Situation and access: Province of Khuzestan. Altitude 300 meters , 215 km N of Abadan , via Ahvaz (85 km). 1 ,00 km S-W of Tehran. 510...
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Semnan

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Semnan is the capital city of Semnan Province, Iran. At the 2011 census, its population was 153,680 residants in 36,298 families.Semnan is located 216 kilometers east of Tehran. Semnan (Semnani name: Seman) is located in the central northern portion of the Islamic Republic of...

Tabriz

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Qom

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Kish

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Kerman

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Hamadan

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Shiraz

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Ardabil

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  • Ahvaz Sunset

Ahvaz

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Isfahan

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Zahedan

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Zahedan, city in southeastern Iran, located near the borders with Pakistan and Afghanistan, the capital of Sistan and Baluchistan province at altitude of 1,352 m from sea level at a distance of 1,605 km from Tehran. Zahedan; lying east of the “Kavir-e Loot” desert, Zahedan used...

Chogha Zanbil

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Chogha Zanbil consists of the ruins of three concentric walls, within which were palaces, temples and a central Ziggurat (temple tower), measuring 105 X 105 meters. The first wall has seven gates, which reflects the religious ideologies of that time. Between the inner and middle...

Yazd

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Yazd Yazd; a desert city reconverting commercially and industrially, as well as a historical city, which regrets never having been a national capital, Yazd commemorates by unusual monuments the importance given it by scores of scientists and scholars in the past centuries. In the...

Tochal Ski Resort

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Tochal Ski Slope & the Longest Gondola Ride in Asia: Out of the three main Iranian ski resorts of Tochal, Dizin and Shemshak, Tochal ski resort is the least developed, offering fewer runs than the others. In its favor, Tochal is the closest ski resort to Tehran and it is...

Tehran

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Takht-e Soleyman

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Takht-e Soleyman “The Throne of Solomon” is the holiest shrine of Zoroastrianism and the former Sassanid Empire. On 3 July 2003, twenty-four sites were inscribed by the UNESCO as a collective World Heritage Site; one of these sites was the Takht-e Soleyman. It is located near the...

Tabriz

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More  about Tabriz in the discussion forums here >>    TABRIZ : Iran, Like no other Place!Unique Explore Persia in personMemorable Lying at an altitude of 1,340 meters above sea level, 619 km northwest of Tehran, the second largest city in Iran until the late 1960s and one...

Soltaniyeh

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Soltaniyeh is a city in and capital of Soltaniyeh District of Abhar County, Zanjan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 5,684, in 1,649 families. Soltaniyeh, located some 240 kilometers (150 mi) to the north-west of Tehran, used to be the capital of Mongol...

Silak Hils

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More  about Silak hills in the discussion forums here >>   SILAK HILLS : Iran, Like no other Place!Unique   Explore Persia in personMemorable   It is claimed to be the world’s oldest ziggurat[1], dating to the 3rd millennium BC, tucked away in the suburbs of...
Eram Garden in Shiraz

Shiraz

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Sareyn

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At the foot of the Sabalan Mountains lies a unique natural spa region with numerous hot mineral springs of various temperatures renowned for their therapeutic values. Not very far from Sarein in a village called Sardava, a naturally carbonated cold water spring, also known for...

Qom

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Tehrans largest neighbor with an area of 13,000 square km on a low plain and 930-m above sea level, Qum Province borders on Tehran and Semnan provinces to the north, Esfahan to the south, and Central Province to the East. On route to Esfahan, Kashan, Yazd, and Kerman by train or...

Persepolis

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The center of the great Persian Empire, ceremonial capital of the Achaemenians and the showpiece of Achaemenian art, Persepolis (Capital of Persia, in Greek) is a historic site in Fars Province, 60 km to the northeast of Shiraz by road, for which the Iranians have got their own...

Pasargadae

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More  about Pasargad in the discussion forums here >>     Pasargadae : Iran, Like no other Place!Unique Explore Persia in personMemorable The first capital of the Iranian tribes and the Achaemenian empire, Pasargadae is situated between the present-day Marvdasht and Saadat...

Urmia

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The largest inland water body in Iran, Lake Orumieh 20 km to the east of the town, with an area of 5,000 square kilometers and an average depth of 5 meters, is so full of salt ( though less so than the Dead Sea) that it cannot support any animal or vegetable life. However,...

Mashhad

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Arriving by plane the first view of the city is that of a very green and well-laid regular rows of trees. Once on the ground, the traveler is fascinated by the golden cupolas and minarets. It is interesting to know that the word of Mashhad – or more correctly Mashhad-e Moqaddas...
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Masouleh

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Masouleh as a national relic is an obvious type of the historic habituate of mankind, which has been registered as No.1090 in national relics list of country in solar year of 1354. This historic town, during its 1000 years of age, is an fantastic type of  harmony between nature...

Kish

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Kish is Located on the north east of the Persian Gulf with a minimum distance of 17 km from the southern offshore of the mainland Iran, the Kish island with an area of 90 square kilometres is one of the most marvelous and most beautiful regions of the Persian Gulf and has...

Kermanshah

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Being a populous city of 631,199 inhabitants, mainly Kurds, Kermanshah stands, like Hamadan, on the great highway that connected Baghdad and the West with Iranian Plateau. The towns situation is highly picturesque, and it is one of the liveliest market centers of the province,...

Kerman

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Kerman, the capital of Kerman Province, located in an altitude of 1, 860 m above sea level and 1,062 km to the south of Tehran, is a wonderful place. Unless one travels to Kerman by air, it seems a very long way from any other center of importance, no matter whether one...

Kashan

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Kandovan

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More  about Kandovan in the discussion forums here >>    KANDOVAN IRAN : Kandovan hotel cave , Iran Kandovan , Iran’s Cappedocia   Kandovan: A living example of human adaptation to exceptionally unusual natural surroundings, Kandovan village is located 50 km to the...

Isfahan

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Isfahan The most famous Persian description of the city of Isfahan is Isfahan nesf-e Jahan (Isfahan is half the world), which the Isfahan coined in the 16th century to express the city’s grandeur. Isfahan , chosen and designed capital under Shah Abbas 1 , was reconstituted...

Hamedan

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Hamadan Radiating with six straight avenues from a central square (Imam Khomeini), Hamadan is one of the oldest continually inhabited towns, centers of civilization, and numerous capitals of different dynasties that have ruled Iran through the ages. Capital of the province of...

Firouz Abad

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Firouzabad is a city in Iran. It is located in Fars province south of Shiraz. The town is surrounded by a mud wall and ditch. It had an estimated population of 67,909 in 2005. Alexander of Macedonia destroyed the original city of Gōr. Centuries later, Ardashir I, founder of the...

Eram Persian Gardens

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More  about Eram in the  discussion forums here >>     ERAM GARDENS , SHIRAZ IRAN: Eram Gardens During all its periods of glory and prosperity, Shiraz was renowned for its large and pleasant gardens. No traveler, even to this day, can forget the emerald green gardens of...

Dizin Ski Resort

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When people think of Iran, they tend to think of the desert, not of ski resorts, but Dizin is Irans top skiing resort. Skiing was first bought to Iran by German engineers who were building the railway in Persia in the 1930s and were impressed by the mountains they saw. Built in...

Chak Chak Zoroastrian

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The village of Chak Chak, also known as Pir-e Sabz, consists of a shrine perched beneath a towering cliff face in the desert of central Iran. It is the most sacred of the Zoroastrian mountain shrines. Located near the city of Ardakan in Yazd province, Chak Chak serves as a...

Bam & Rayen Castle

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Bam Castle: The historical Bam, in an altitude of 1000 m, is a half-dead, half-living town 195 km to the southeast of Kerman. Once a famous citadel and a strategic stronghold, the old Bam has been built on a huge rock mass at the northeast of the living town, and is a city molded...

Babak Castle

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Babak Castle also known as the Immortal Castle or Republic Castle is an impressive and huge building citadel on the top of a mountain, which is located 16 km southwest of Kaleibar City in northwestern Iran. It was the stronghold of the Iranian hero, Bābak Khorramdin who fought...

Alamut Castle

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Those who favor ambitious excursions and unusual historical episodes are recommended to hire a car and a guide to go near the source of the Alamut river on the southern foothills of the Alborz Mountains (requiring one full day for the return journey). There, fortified eagles’...

Alisadr

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Alisadr the wonderfully beautiful Cave among the low hills of Kabudar Ahang 75 km to the north-west of Hamadan near a village by this same name and in the heights of Sari Qayah is one of the strangest natural sights and probably the only water cave in Iran. In fact, it is an...

Ardabil

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Ardabil was probably founded in the 5th century AD. It became (10th century) the capital of Azarbaijan, but was soon superseded by Tabriz. In 1220 AD it was destroyed by the Mongols. Ardabil is best known as the birthplace of the eminent religious leader Sheik Safi od-Din...

Abyaneh

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