The eighth edition of Karaj Tulip Festival, which was supposed to open to the public at the beginning of spring, remained without visitors due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Iran.

The Tulip festival was to be held in the flower garden of Shahid Chamran Park, Karaj, Alborz province.

Like every year, the largest flower carpet of Middle East with an area of 2,700 m2 has been decorated in the garden. 300,000 tulip bulbs in more than 40 varieties and colours stand out in the garden, beside 20 other types of flowers and seasonal plants such as violets and daffodils.

What follows are ISNA’s photos of the Tulip Festival underway in Karaj:

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