Religious tourism is the food of your soul
Religious tours or religious travel is one of the oldest and most common travel models with hundreds of years of history. Such trips are common among all religions and their various models are still evident. Pilgrims from the Canterbury Church in the United Kingdom.Zoroastrian pilgrims traveler to the Chak Chak shrine near Meybod-Yazd. The annual visit of Christians to the Church of sacred Thaddeus or Black Church. Also various Jewish shrines or Jewish Synagogue in different parts of Iran.
Yazd the Bride of the desert
Yazd province is surrounded by the central mountains in Iran. Shirkuh Mountainous Range with an elevation of 4075 m is the highest mountain southwest of Yazd Province but the northern and northeastern parts of the region are composed of flat lowlands and salty marshes. Yazd Province is one of the driest regions in the country and is full of barren deserts. The Province has arid and hot weather because it is too far from the Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman and the damp winds blowing from them, but lofty Shirkuh Mountainous Range has moderated the climate.
The most famous Iranian souvenirs that will surprise your friends
Iran has many products and souvenirs that are exported all over the world. In other countries, Iranian products such as carpets, saffron, caviar seeds, and pistachios are very popular. These products are so world-famous that the name of Iran is known only by them.
Persian meals contain the most perfect ingredients and materials in the world. The stews and soups with the most nutritious effect and taste, are the most difficult part of preparing Iranian foods, show that Iranian women have accurate information about food ingredients and how to combine them to produce. All Iranian foods make ready with fresh grains, vegetables, and plant and animal protein. One of the advantages of Iranian cuisine is the effort of the chef to cook the most delicious food.
Iran has one of the most complex and rich historical stories in the Middle East and even in the world. A history full of great men such as Cyrus - Darius and great conquerers names such as Alexander and Genghis who had coveted its wealth. Iran is home to one of the oldest continuous major civilizations in the world with historical and urban settlements dating back to 10,000 BC. They established the greatest empire in the center of the world, which ruled from the Balkans to North Africa and also to Central Asia on three continents from their seat of power in Persis (Persepolis).
Top10 Most Luxurious Shopping Malls in Iran
A shopping mall is a modern, chiefly North American, term for a form of shopping precinct or shopping center, in which one or more buildings form a complex of shops representing merchandisers with interconnecting walkways that enable customers to walk from unit to unit. From the late twentieth century, entertainment venues such as movie theaters and restaurants began to be added. As a single built structure, early shopping centers were often architecturally significant constructions, enabling wealthier patrons to buy goods in spaces protected from the weather.
Don't Miss Tehran's Street Art
Tehran's highway flyovers, high brick walls, and the jumble of concrete housing complexes and towers win no awards for visual appeal. However, those same structures do provide enormous canvases for striking, colorful, and highly imaginative street art. Such public daubings date back to the early years of the Iranian Revolution and the anti-West propaganda public art, such as the wall fronting the US Den of Espionage and the iconic Stars & Stripes mural (Karim Khan-e Zand Blvd, Meydan-e Valiasr) that towers over Karim Khan Zand Blvd in central Tehran.
Rock climbing in Iran
Iran is a mountainous land. In a general view, the mountains of Iran include two main ranges of "Alborz" with an east-west direction and "Zagros" with a northwest-southeast extension, which cover most of the high mountains in Iran. Many "single" high mountains are also spread in other areas and especially around the central plateau of Iran. Due to the extremely high-altitude variation in Iran, ranging from 28 meters below the sea level up to 5671 meters on Damavand Mount, very beautiful views and climatic variations can be seen all over the country.
Regions of Iran at a Glance
Iran is a big country and while cheap, efficient transport means nowhere is beyond reach, few people make it to all corners in a single trip. Almost everyone spends time in Tehran, the bustling capital, en route to or from the historic cities of Esfahan, Shiraz and Yazd in central Iran. These cities, and the mountain and desert towns around them, rank among Iran's main attractions.
Mashhad Pilgrimage tour on 10 days
Take the train or bus from Tehran to Gorgan, nestled attractively in the Alborz Mountains. Gorgan makes a great base for visiting the Turkmen steppe and the remote Mil-e Radkan tower. If you're impressed by this tower, you'll want to visit the incredible 1000-year-old tomb-tower of Mil-e Gonbad, in Gonbad-e Kavus, before visiting the forested mountains of Golestan National Park, perhaps staying at the Turkmen Ecolodge.
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