Part I. Welcoming
The population of Iran is composed of several races, each one different in its cultures and dialects. Most young people are highly educated and proud of their traditions and history and try to show their habits and lifestyle to tourists by inviting them to their homes and events.
All tourists are usually very welcomed and well-treated during their visit to Iran.
Part I. Architecture and culture
If you have decided to travel to Iran to spend your holidays, do not forget that Iran is a huge country that offers many types of activities. the first of the top 10 is always culture and architecture. Due to the long history, tourists usually choose Iran to explore the culture and incredible buildings / monuments that exist throughout Iran. The Persian / Islamic architecture makes people excited during their visit to Iran.
The discovery of the third underground city of Hamedan province, which is about 2 km south of Salehabad, is a new incident in the field of cultural heritage of Hamadan and Iran, which once again brought archaeologists to work.
The underground city of Saleh Abad, located 2 km south of Saleh Abad, dates back to the Seljuk and Ilkhan era (the 6th and 7th centuries solar hijri calendar) with the extent of more than 5 hectares. The accurate size isn’t discovered yet.
In the first phase of the exploration, 6 spaces and several corridors w...
The cultural and historical importance of Isfahan has never been a debate among history lovers but with the new discovery we understand that we do not yet know much about the history of Isfahan. During excavations on the historic Ashraf Hill in eastern Isfahan city, archaeologists have found a skeleton belonging to a Parthian lady from over 2000 years ago. The newly found skeleton of the Partha lady has been found along with an intact clay pot.
The historic Ashraf Hill is located east of Isfahan and on the shore of Zayandehrood. The findings of this historical hill in the ci...
Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan is a unique square. Its beauty amazes you and its greatness shakes your heart. For me, a native of Isfahan, Naqsh-e Jahan Square is the most charming and inspiring place in the world. A place that always makes me happy and it does not matter if I am happy or sad, walking in the turbulent atmosphere of the square, among the colorful flowers and turquoise po...