Tag: Chabahar

Chabahar a Vital 21st Century Port: Chinese Official

The Head of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences on Wednesday cited Chabahar as a strategic region and vital port in the 21st century.

Iran, India, Afghanistan Sign Deal on Int’l Transit Route

Iran, India and Afghanistan inked a trilateral agreement on establishing an international transit corridor, passing through Iran’s south-eastern port city of Chabahar.

Japan Eyes Development of Iranian Port: Report

A new report says Japan seeks to play a part in the development of the southeastern Iranian port of Chabahar.

Mud Volcano (PHOTOS)

Sounds similar to gunshots can be frequently heard when such volcanoes are active. The mud volcano in Chabahar is 20 m in height.

Tomb of Seyyed Gholam Rasoul (PHOTOS)

The tomb which dates back to the 11th century AD has white walls and Indian-style architecture.

Chabahar is definitely worth a visit

On top of its strategic position as a port city with access to high seas, Chabahar has remarkable natural places and tourist attractions.

Millennium-old Tis Mosque in southeastern Iran (PHOTOS)

The interior of this mosque which was built 1,000 years ago is similar to Pakistani and Indian mosques.

Old Telegraph House in southeastern Iran (PHOTOS)

The Telegraph House is the oldest modern building in Chabahar which was built by the British in 1864 to promote sailing and trade.

Banmasity Caves (PHOTOS)

These caves seem to have served as either a shelter or a place of worship. At the entrance to these caves, there is a platform that seems to have been used for religious rituals.

Beautiful rocky coasts of Chabahar (PHOTOS)

Iran's most beautiful rocky coasts are in Sistan and Baluchestan Province. Whales can often be seen frolicking off these coasts.

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