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TRAVEL TO IRAN

All you need to know about IRAN

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   General Information of Iran   The word ‘Iran’ was known as ‘Arya’ in old Iran and ‘erãn' in Old Persian language. It is derived from the ancient 'Airya name’ or the land of noble people.The term ‘Arya’ was spelled as ‘Arya’ and Arya in Old Persian and...

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Golestan Palace

Golestan Palace

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The lavish Golestan Palace is a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with Western influences. The Walled Palace, one of the oldest group buildings in Tehran, became the seat of the Qajar family which were kings...

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yazdi food

Persian Gastronomy

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Yazdi Foods   Ash-e-Shouli (Shouli Potage) It is the most common food among Yazdi People. Everyone knows its great taste. The seasoning of the Ash-e-Shouli is done with vinegar, but it can be replaced with pomegranate paste or any other sour liquid.Ash-e-Anar (Pomegranate Potage) One of the oldest warm...

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Yazd the city of wind traps

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Yazd LocationYazd city, the capital of Yazd provinces, is located in a big valley between Shirkuh Mountain Rang, Kharangah Mountain, and has a dry and desert climate. The temperature changes sharply during the summer and winter in day and night. Yazd has a warm-season starting...

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Traveling Solo to The Middle East

Traveling Solo to The Middle East

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The Middle East has several tourist attractions where people go on solo trips easily. The best part about making tour plans there is the safety. It is entirely safe to travel solo to the Middle East. People from the Middle East are conservative and religious; however, you...

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Persian New Year [Nowruz in Iran]

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Nowruz, in a literal manner, denotes ‘new day,’ and while the celebration is for Persian new year, much of the traditional ceremony belongs to renewal and pray and hope for the future. The roots of the Nowruz tradition stretch deep into history, with the spring equinox...

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