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Breathtaking Grandeur of Autumn in Iran’s Mazandaran

The natural landscape of Mazandaran province in northern Iran is so eye-catching in autumn that can convince almost any tourist to take a leave and pay a visit.

Meat Market of Juybar, Best Place to Eat Fresh Kebab

The meat market of Jubar, a city in Mazandaran province, is one of the most fascinating markets of northern Iran in terms of size and reputation.

Mat Weaving Turns into Main Profession of Iranians in Mazandaran

Mats and wicker works are among the oldest man-made stuffs woven in various parts of the world using the strands of vegetable fibres or reeds.

Majma’eh Gozari; Traditional Mourning Ritual in Northern Iran

“Majma’eh Gozari” is one of the oldest mourning rituals in the northern Iranian province of Mazandaran.

Some Old Bridges Withstand Severe Flooding in Northern Iran

Some historical bridges in northern Iran have withstood recent flooding while some new ones have caved in, which shows how robust ancient bridges are.

4 Dead after Heavy Floods Hit Northern Iran

At least four people have been killed due to flooding across the northern regions of Iran since Friday night, according to Mazandaran medical emergency center.

Malabij; A Delicious Food from Northern Iran

Malabij, also known as Malata, is one of the most delicious dishes of Mazandaran Province in northern Iran.

Nour Gavan; Ancient Ceremony to Mark Triumph of Light over Darkness

The traditional ceremony of Nour Gavan, which literally means ‘the milk vetch on fire’, is held every July in the village of Neva, 12 km from Gazanak, between Amol in Mazandaran province and Tehran.

Nardoun Stew; Wedding Dish in North of Iran

Among the traditional dishes of Mazandaran province in northern Iran, Nardoun (pomegranate aril) stew is one of the most delicious ones.

Ancient Artefacts Discovered in Iran’s Mazandaran

A number of ancient artefacts dating back to first millennium BCE have been seized from smugglers in Iran’s northern province of Mazandaran, a cultural heritage official announced.

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