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The agriculture-rich province of Khuzestan in south-western Iran is home to thousands of vineyards, from which thousands of tonnes of grape are harvested.
The Fandoqloo forest which lies next to vast mayweed fields is one of the most beautiful jungles and tourist attractions of Iran.
As the weather is getting warmer in Iran, people from across the country are travelling to the coasts of Caspian Sea in the northern provinces of Gilan and Mazandaran to enjoy the beautiful beaches of this region.
Poppy Flower or Mourning Tulip is a red plant that grows by itself and has four petals. In Iran, these flowers are mostly found near the Caspian Sea, as well as Azarbaijan, Hamadan, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, Kerman and Fars provinces.
Kazem Dashi is a large and historical rock mass in the northwest of Lake Urmia between Iran’s East and West Azarbaijan provinces.