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A collection of reports and photos of Iran’s natural beauties

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North Khorasan; A Treasure Trove of Tourist Attractions

North Khorasan province in northeastern Iran has turned into a tourist destination thanks to its numerous attractions and mainly temperate, mountainous climate.
Mughan Plain

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Mughan Plain

Full of stunning natural landscapes, Mughan Plain is located in Ardabil province, north-western Iran.
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Iran’s Nature in Photos: Mehrabkooh Mountain

Mehrabkooh is the name of a mountain with interconnected soaring cliffs in Lorestan province, western Iran.
Alborz Tulip Farms

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Alborz Tulip Farms

A village named Kondor located on the foothills of the Alborz Mountain Chain along the road connecting Tehran to Chalus is home to one of the biggest tulip farms of the country.
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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Isfahan in Spring

The city of Isfahan in central Iran is amazingly beautiful during spring, when a combination of its nature and architecture creates a special grace.
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Iran’s Nature in Photos: Storks Return to Marivan

Storks are among the migratory birds that come to the city of Marivan in western Iran every year in mid-spring.
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Iran in Photos: Abdolabad Earthen Dam Filled with Water

The Abdolabad Dam in northeastern Iran is going through good days thanks to the recent rainfalls.
Vahdat Dam in Western Iran

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Vahdat Dam of Kurdistan

The Vahdat Reservoir Dam has been built on Qeshlaq River, 20 km north of Sanandaj, the capital city of Kurdistan province in western Iran.
Zalian Village, Iran

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Zalian Village

The Zalian village is located in the western part of the city of Shazand, 60 km from Arak, the capital city of Markazi province in central Iran.
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Iran in Photos: Churat Lake Filled with Water

Due to the recent heavy rainfalls, the water level of Churat Lake in northern Iran has considerably increased this year, to the point of flooding the surrounding trees.