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The latest news and views about Iran’s Mazandaran province

Autumn in Mazandaran 10

Iran’s Nature in Photos: Autumn in Mazandaran

With the arrival of autumn and the cooling of the weather, the forests of Mazandaran have taken on the appearance of this season.
Abbasabad Lake in northern Iran 5

Iran in Photos: Abbasabad Lake in Mazandaran

Abbasabad Lake is a beautiful site in northern Iran which also includes a centuries-old monument.
Nefar; A Symbol of Vernacular Architecture in Northern Iran 2

Nefar; A Symbol of Vernacular Architecture in Northern Iran

Nefar or Nepar are small wooden structures built in the paddy fields of Mazandaran villages in northern Iran.
Lotus Lagoon of Mazandaran 4

Iran’s Nature in Photos: Lotus Lagoon of Mazandaran

The city of Babol in Mazandaran province, northern Iran, is home to one of the most beautiful wetlands of the country.
Qadikola Lagoon

Iran’s Nature in Photos: Qadikola Lagoon

The beautiful lagoon of Qadikola is an important wetland in Mazandaran province, northern Iran.
Shahid Rajaei Dam in Mazandaran 1

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Shahid Rajaei Dam in Mazandaran

Shahid Rajaei Dam is located 45 km from Sari, the capital of Mazandaran province in northern Iran.
Hidden Layers of Earth in Badab-e Soort 1

Iran in Photos: Hidden Layers of Earth in Badab-e Soort

Badab-e Soort is a natural phenomenon located 95 km south of Sari, the capital of Mazandaran province in northern Iran.
Iran's Wildlife

Iran’s Wildlife in Photos: Persian Fallow Deer

Persian fallow deer is an endangered species which has been reproducing in the wildlife sanctuary of Dasht-e-Naz in northern Iran for more than 50 years.
Rice Transplantation in Mazandaran 6

Iran in Photos: Rice Transplantation in Mazandaran

Each year when spring rolls around, rice farmers in Mazandaran province, northern Iran, start preparing the paddy fields for transplantation.
Churat Lake Filled with Water 4

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.