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The latest news and views about Iran’s Mazandaran province

Mazandarn’s Colorful Autumn

The Hyrcanian Forests next to the Caspian Sea in the northern Iranian Province of Mazandaran has put on yellow clothes in autumn, creating an atmosphere full of peace and energy for people.

Migrant swans land in Mazandaran wetlands

The first group of migrant swans has landed in the wetlands of the Northern Iranian Province of Mazandaran.

Tonekabon forests in northern Iran: Paradise of idyllic peace, scenic beauty

Misty, fall forests in the city of Tonekabon in northern Iranian Mazandaran Province are a haven of scenic beauty.

Migratory Siberian Crane Returns to Iranian Refuge for Winter

The only survivor of a flock of Siberian cranes has migrated to Fereydunkenar and Sorkhrud wetlands in northern Iran to spend the winter there.

Tangerine Harvest Season Begins in Mazandaran

Orchard owners in the northern Iranian province of Mazandaran have begun gathering their tangerine harvest.

Wintering birds taking refuge at Iran’s Miankaleh Lagoon

Miankaleh Lagoon in southern Caspian Sea is hosting the first flocks of migratory birds, thousands in number, fleeing Siberia’s harsh cold.

Closure removal ritual

Photo of the day: Ghorogh Shekani which is Persian for removal of the closure is a traditional ritual in Iran’s Mazandaran province which is observed by farmers at the end of the working season.

Indian Lotus in Ojak Sar Pond

The water spreading pond of Ojak Sar village, with an area of 52 hectares, is located five kilometres from the city of Babolsar in Mazandaran Province, northern Iran.

Remains of 12,000-Year-Old Infant Discovered in Hotu Cave in Northern Iran

Archaeologists have found one-of-a-kind traces of pre-historic hunter humans during exploratory work at Hotu cave in the northern province of Mazandaran.

Lar National Park: Must-See Site in Northern Iran

The Lar National Park is one of Iran’s picturesque beauty spots located in the Central Alborz area near the southern-western slope of Mount Damavand.