Zanjan

Zanjan is the capital of Zanjan Province in north-western Iran. With a population of 448,398 Zanjan covers an area of 6763 square kilometers. It is famous for its knives, traditional sandals, and other handicrafts like charoogh and malileh which are made with silver wires. Zanjani artists make many things like various decorative dishes and their

Kish

Kish Island is one of the most beautiful islands and touristic resorts located in the northeast of the Persian Gulf. Kish has a warm and humid climate with an average temperature of 30 degrees Celsius. The weather is temperate and pleasant in fall, winter and two months in the spring. The clear coastal waters allow

Gillan province

Gilan province with the centrality of Rasht city is of the green provinces in north of Iran. Gilan encompasses the western end of the Alborz mountains and the western plain around the Caspian Sea of Iran. With a historical back ground and an ancient history, this province attracts both tourists and archeologists alike. Gilan province

Shahdad Desert and Gandom Beryan

Shahdad Desert: The Dasht-e Lut desert is the hottest place on Earth and also the lowest place in Iran with a height of 56 meters above sea level and with a temperature that reaches up to 65°C. No wonder why the area has little to zero vegetation with almost no water. It is also known

Bandar Anzali

Bandar Anzali The Port of Anzali (Bandar-e Anzali) in the north is Iran’s main port and seaside resort on the Caspian Sea that has a rich and ancient history. In the past Reza shah has renamed it to Bandar Pahlavi but after the revolution it has been named Bandar Anzali again. Its population is over

Khorram Abad

Khorram Abad is the capital of Lorestan Province. Its population is around 328,544, in 75,945 families. Khorramabad is situated in the Zagros Mountains. It has Mediterranean Climate and experiences hot low humid summers and cold wet winters. The city has one of the highest levels of annual rainfall in Iran particularly in the spring and

Orumieh (Urmia)

Orumieh is the second largest city in the Iranian Azerbaijan and the capital of West Azerbaijan Province. Urmia is situated at an altitude of 1,330 m above sea level, and is located along the Shahar Chay River (City River) on the Urmia Plain. Lake Urmia, one of the world’s largest salt lakes, lies to the

Ahvaz

Ahvaz is capital of wealthy Khuzestan province in the southwest Iran. Bordering on cities such as Shushtar and Dezful to the north, Ramhormoz to the east, Shadegan, Bandar-e Mahshahr, Abadan, and Khorramshahr to the south, Ahwaz is situated on both banks of Karun River. Being an oil center, a transportation hub, and an industrial city

Susa

Susa is located in the lower Zagros Mountains, in the Susiana plains between the Karkheh and Dez Rivers, Susa comprises a group of artificial archaeological mounds rising on the eastern side of the Shavur River, encompassing large excavated areas, as well as the remains of Artaxerxes’ palace on the other side of the Shavur River.

Takab

Takab is a city in and the capital of Takab County, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran. Its population is around 43,702, in 10,078 families. The city’s inhabitants are predominantly Iranian Azerbaijanis who speak the Azerbaijani language. The famous historical complex Takht-e Soleyman is situated to the North-East of the city. Takht-e-Soleyman was one of Takab’s oldest

Ramsar

Is a city in Mazandaran Province. Ramsar lies on the coast of the Caspian Sea. It was also known as Sakhtsar in the past. The native people in Ramsar are Gilaks and they speak Gilaki Language. They are also able to speak Persian. Because of its perfect weather and environment, Ramsar became a popular sea

Qom

The city is the largest center for Shiʿa scholarship in the world, and is a significant destination of pilgrimage. The city has dry and warm climate with low annual rainfall. It is the second most sacred city in Iran after Mashhad also known as a religious city and lots of great Sheikhs and religious leaders