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Visas & Planning
Assuming you have a visa, most immigration and border officials are efficient and tourists rarely get too much hassle. Land borders can take longer if you're on a bus or train. Women need to be adequately covered from the moment they get off the plane or arrive at the border. Arriving without a visa is risky, as the visa-on-arrival process sees a lot of people turned away.
Iran's Top 16 reasons to visit
The historical and wonderful country of Iran has hundreds of reasons to visit. The reasons that each one alone can fascinate you with its beauty. A collection of tangible and intangible beauties that attracts every tourist. You can see these stunning attractions in different parts of this land. The History, Culture, Civilization, Architecture, Social Relations, and hundreds of other things can be fascinating and memorable for you.
Sadeh Festival is the Festival of Defeating Evil
January 10th is the end of forty days of harsh winter; it is the end of forty days which is known as "Chelle Bozorg" (the major 40s). At the end of Chelle Bozorga hundred days passed from the great ancient winter. The day after is the beginning of "Chelle Kochak" (the minor 40s). In contrast to Chelle Bozorg. Chelle Kochak is not forty days, actually, it's twenty days. In these twenty days, the winter is going to show its last strength, to resist and withstand against spring, and at last the spring
powerfully overcome and defeat winter.
How to visit the west and Sout west in 21 Days
This intriguing meander west is ideal for those who've seen the main desert city sights or are confident in navigating through areas often unaccustomed to foreigners. The route over mountains and valleys boasts nine World Heritage sites. The remotest sections will require charter taxis. Note that in winter, mountain roads can be cut off by snow.
Sad Al Saltaneh the most beautiful Caravanserai in Qazvin
A Qajar-era caravanserai is changed to the center of the beauty, art, and history of Qazvin. This huge, fantastic, and artistic Carevanseray with long, vaulted passages, colored shops, traditional restaurants, and quiet atmosphere, hidden courtyards, and Iranian architectural is the showcase of independent artists. The artists and craftsman present their arts in exquisitely crafted wares like jewelry, paintings, ceramics, and carpets.
An American Iranologist who wished to be buried in Iran
Mausoleum of Arthur Pope
Arthur Upham Pope and his wife Phyllis Ackerman were America's pioneer scholars of the Asian arts, with a paramount dedication to Persian culture and art, and its interrelations. Their efforts led to the establishment in New York in 1925 of the American Institute of Persian Art and Archaeology, which later became the Asia Institute.
Top 10 Esfahan Tourist Attractions
The vicissitudes of history could not bury the significance of Esfahan. This outstanding past created the arts of Esfahan, an achievement that is the pinnacle of Islamic-Iranian art. A high point that is evidenced by its bridges, mosques, palaces, and gardens, inspired during the Seljuk and Safavid eras.
SKIING Incredible Freedom
Imagine the sensation of skiing down the pure crisp white ski slopes of Iran. Visualize the wind rushing through your body as your heart pulsates to the flow of the dive. Here you can feel no boundaries - you can't remember your problems or daily dilemmas; you are free and unconstrained. As with every swing you thrust faster into the open-air gaining momentum; there is nothing to hold you back. Your heartthrobs to the incredible feeling of euphoria as you slide down - your mind is stimulated by the fear of falling, the buzz of danger lurks in you and you feel the vivacious thrill of your own mortality!
Natanz a historical city in the shadow of nuclear rumors
For more than a decade, the name of Natanz in Isfahan province has been associated with its nuclear energy facility. However, to an Iranian, it brings to mind rare and unique mementos such as a type of pear grown in Tameh Village. Located 326 km from Tehran, 138 km from Isfahan, and 74 km from Kashan, Natanz is on the back of the famous Karkas mountain range and en route to Isfahan’s deserts. The city boasts of dozens of aqueducts that were influential in creating gardens and logged the city as one of the most beautiful garden cities.
The identity of each country can be found in different layers of culture and history of that ancient civilization. This identity tells part of an ancient story of connections between the art and civilization of the people of that region. Iran, with its glorious and deep civilization, is one of the founders of cultural and historical civilization among all countries of the world.
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