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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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Daniel Khazeni-Rád Apr 22
While London was warmer than Ankara today, Ardabil in Iran faced snow.
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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
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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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Iranica Travel Apr 14
Beryani, or Biryani, is a dish of which constitutes lamb, onion, walnut with some other ingredients. It mainly serves during together with a piece of traditional Iranian bread, namely Sangak. so !
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Iranica Travel Apr 13
Each country has its own type of exotic dishes. Kale-Pache owns this role due to the numerous feedbacks we've received by our visitors. Now the is what's the name of your Exotic dish/s? please leave us a comment & include a of that.
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Iranica Travel Apr 12
Babak Fort, a from the leader Babak Khorramdim, who fought against the caliphate in the late of the 8th century. It is located in the northwestern of at the height of around 2300 meters above sea level to the of a .
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Iranica Travel Apr 11
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The houses are dug in the and don't look like any other houses you have seen up to now. However, these places have most of the facilities you need for your living but not what you have in your fully-fledged house in the center!
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Iranica Travel Apr 11
You should definitely amend you perception about villages if you haven't changed that up to now as you can rarely visit a residential place like Kandovan in the northwestern of .
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Iranica Travel Apr 10
A beautiful in the north of , Masooleh is definitely a place you can afford to miss due to its weather, hospitable people and eye-catching hardly comparable to other spots throughout .
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Iranica Travel Apr 9
Abyaneh , located in Isfahan province, is of huge among due to the peculiar and of houses, favorable , and the abundance of historical places.
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Iranica Travel Apr 7
is full of beautiful , with foothills covered in , but for us, Damavand mount is another story. Forget about what statistics say about it, you will fall in with that from the very first unless you be an opponent to
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Iranica Travel Apr 5
If you are looking for somewhere exotic during your to , it is totally recommended for you to visit Badab-e Surt, a spring located in Mazandaran province in northern Iran. It comprises a range of stepped formations created naturally over thousands of years.
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Amin Khorami Apr 4
German Red Cross () has opened a payment channel for donations to flood victims in : • IBAN: DE63370205000005023307 • BIC: BFSWDE33XXX • Keyword: emergency aid Iran Also provided a gateway for online donations >>
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Persian Rose 🇺🇸🇮🇷🏳️ Apr 5
Moshir-olmolk Ansari House, dates back to . It was the house of Qajar dynasty governor then consulate of Prussia. Finally, it was bought by some merchants.During the war with Saddam it was used to house refugees. It’s a museum & open to public now. -
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Iranica Travel Apr 4
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Iranica Travel Apr 4
We have recently talked a lot about the green side of , but what about its arid side? You may have heard of Shahdad in Kerman, one of the hottest places in the world. The place is so hot you cannot reside there at all during the day.
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Reza H. Akbari Apr 2
Thread: Bad news is dominating the headlines these days. So, with the hope of providing a little break, I'll introduce you to the most adorable tradition I learned about today. I wish it cheers you up a bit. It's called Ghol Ghaltan, which means rolling in flowers.
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Iranica Travel Apr 4
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