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We are a tourism agency in charge of operating tours for foreign nationals and this page is a window to our passion for showing Iran's beauties.
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Iranica Travel Jun 9
Replying to @noondarghorbat
Inspiring, hope you grow beyond your wishes
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Iranica Travel Jun 3
We at Congratulate all around the on the coming of and wish you the best of times together with your family & beloved ones.
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Iranica Travel May 23
Today, the 24th of May is a hallmark for all as it is reminiscent of freeing up from Iraqi invaders. The event can also serve as a wake-up call for those who think would surrender if they put under extreme pressure
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Iranica Travel May 19
Naqsh-e Rostam inscription depicting a famous scene in which the Roman Emperor, Valerian, is kneeled before Shapur I and asking for grace.
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Iranica Travel May 18
Replying to @aezzarab25 @tantalos2
At first sight, the picture resembling of Ferdowsi square in
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Iranica Travel May 17
Today is the and here in , we celebrate the event by holding exhibitions from different as in the case of Reza Abbasi holding two contextual exhibitions from its monuments dating back to the second BC.
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Iranica Travel May 16
Replying to @FadaieNeda
You seem to be right; nevertheless we didn’t have access to a reference confirming its original date.
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Iranica Travel May 16
Replying to @FadaieNeda
No, the museum is co-designed by Kamran Diba & Abdelaziz Farmanfarmaeian
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Iranica Travel May 8
A of Mohammad, known as Mohammad shah, one of dynasty rulers painted by the Jules Laurens
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Iranica Travel May 6
Replying to @arghaOne
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Iranica Travel May 5
A from the first page of a called Kashef-e-Raaz, dating back to around 1953, blaming the ’s to like opium
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Iranica Travel May 4
We are here to serve you with all you need to know about & its various beauties. Therefore, your can be our best in curating our for you
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Iranica Travel May 2
Carpet Museum of is definitely a must-visit place by having a huge collection of Iranian carpets from all over the country, just under the same roof. Designed by Kamran Diba, a renowned Iranian , the is located next door to the Laleh park in Kargar street.
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Iranica Travel May 2
You are also more than welcome to visit his mausoleum in Hamadan
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Iranica Travel Apr 30
One of 's magnificent, but rather less familiar, attractions is Malek . Originally the House of Mr. Malek & his French wife, they were into collecting historical and succeeded to gather a huge collection of manuscripts.
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Iranica Travel Apr 26
We admit the Hamadan cultural days by introducing you to one of its biggest attractions, the Mausoleum of . Opened in 1952 after several stages of reconstruction during centuries, The complex inherited the of the Samanid in honor of his .
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Iranica Travel Apr 21
Following the rest of our post about 's lakes, today we have Neor for you, with its picturesque surroundings and extraordinary rainbow trouts. Located in the southeast of Ardebil in northwestern , the place is so special to the locals for their gathering
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Iranica Travel Apr 19
Replying to @IranicaT
Out of which, one of the most notable ones is Charsoo gathering around facilities like a hall, , coffee shops along with numerous shops of different situated on different floors.
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Iranica Travel Apr 19
During your tight plan of visiting , you can take a break by going to see the various shopping malls built throughout the city.
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Iranica Travel Apr 17
Dizi, also known as Abgoosht, is an traditional stew served as meal during . There are variations to its , though it usually consists of hearty mutton and chickpeas. So !
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