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A collection of reports and photos of Iran’s tourist attractions

Tulip Festival Underway in Iran with No Visitors 1

Tulip Festival Underway in Iran with No Visitors

The eighth edition of Karaj Tulip Festival, which was supposed to open to the public at the beginning of spring, remained without visitors due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Iran.
Century-Old Café in Tehran, Popular Hangout for Book Readers

Century-Old Café in Tehran, Popular Hangout for Book Readers

One of the most popular cafés in the Iranian capital, Tehran, is a book café which dates back 100 years.
Water of Urmia Lake Raised

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Urmia Lake in Spring

The water level of Lake Urmia in West Azarbaijan province has started to rise, following the spring rainfalls and the release of the province’s dam waters.
Melli Bank Museum; A Must-See Site in Tehran

Melli Bank Museum; A Must-See Site in Tehran

The Melli Bank Museum in downtown Tehran is a beautiful historic building that features exemplary architectural techniques of the late era of Qajar dynasty and includes a rich source of exquisite and valuable objects from different sections of Iran’s history.

Abdul-Ali Khan Sufi Mansion; Unique Historical House in Northern Iran

The Abdul-Ali Khan Sufi mansion, built by Haj Mirza Mohammad Ali Khan Sufi in the northern Iranian city of Amlash, is one of the most prominent buildings in Gilan province.

Sistan & Baluchestan; A Dream Land for Nature-Lovers

Sistan and Baluchestan Province, located in southeastern Iran, is the second largest province of the country.

Ecbatana; First Persian Capital with 3,000 Years of History

Hegmataneh, also known as Ecbatana, is a vast historical area in the centre of the modern Iranian city of Hamadan. The site is a historical hill covering a vast area in the modern city.

Iranian Village Boasts Legendary Humanoid Pieces of Rock

A village in northeast Iran boasts an area with legendary and marvelous pieces of rock which, strangely enough, lie next to each other in a regular order as if they were once humans.

Kal Namak River; Gorgeous Landscape in Tabas Desert

Kal Namak or the Salt River of Tabas is a beautiful river in South Khorasan province, eastern Iran.

Matlab Khan; Largest Open-Air Mosque in Iran

Located in the city of Khoy in West Azerbaijan Province, Matlab Khan mosque is known as the largest open-air mosque across Iran with unique architectural features.