The latest news and views about Iran’s Mazandaran province
Horizontal visibility in parts of Mazandaran Province, northern Iran, has decreased to only 500 meters.
Drought in Mazandaran is spreading along with the threat to food security. Mazandaran Province in northern Iran is experiencing its driest days in the last 10 years.
Firefighters have put out a fire that raged on for 15 hours in the Miankaleh Sahra wildlife reserve of Iran’s Mazandaran Province.
The Director General of Mazandaran Governorate’s Crisis Management Department says 10 hectares of the Miankaleh Peninsula in northern Iran are engulfed in fire.
The people of Ab Ask Village on the outskirts of the city of Amol, northern Iran, have an ancient tradition named Vurf Chaal. As per the tradition, they separate pieces of snow in the "Ask Vash" area and carry them about a kilometer and dump them in a pit which is nearly 10 meters deep, thus filling the pit.
The Chai-Khoran Palace was a temporary retreat for Pahlavi kings and was built almost 70 years ago, during Reza Shah Pahlavi’s reign. The Chai-Khoran Palace is approximately 4,000 square meters in area, has a European-style architecture, and is located on the south of Mo’allem Square in Chalous in northern Iran. It has been registered as a national heritage site in Mazandaran Province.
The Soleyman Tangeh Dam is located some 45 kilometers southwest of the city of Sari, the capital city of Mazandaran Province in northern Iran, and near a village named Afra Chal.
The world’s sole surviving Western Siberian crane has started migrating back to its habitat after spending 115 days of the winter in Fereydoonkenar in the northern province of Mazandaran.
Mazandaran, thanks to its geographical position, leads to the Caspian Sea on the one hand and to the Alborz Mountains on the other, which has bestowed special beauties on the province in all seasons.
Misty, fall forests in the city of Tonekabon in northern Iranian Mazandaran Province are a haven of scenic beauty.
The only survivor of a flock of Siberian cranes has migrated to Fereydunkenar and Sorkhrud wetlands in northern Iran to spend the winter there.
Miankaleh Lagoon in southern Caspian Sea is hosting the first flocks of migratory birds, thousands in number, fleeing Siberia’s harsh cold.
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.
The northern Iranian province of Mazandaran is now hosting a fabulous and captivating spring due to the special climate it enjoys, heralding a prosperous year for farmers and orchard owners in the region.