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The Top Five Destinations of Kashan
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July 8, 2017November 1, 2017

The Top Five Destinations of Kashan

Introduction For Most Beautiful Places In Iran With footprints tracing over 9,000 years’ worth of inhabitance, the desert city of Kashan in the Isfahan Province, is one of Iran’s most ancient and historical cities. This ancient center of civilization features one of the world’s oldest ziggurats (TAPPEH-YE SIALK) and is host to a plethora of...

The Bakhtiari Nomads, Ancient Persians Reside in South West Iran
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June 11, 2017August 23, 2017

The Bakhtiari Nomads, Ancient Persians Reside in South West Iran

Their ancestral roots being traced all the way back to 40,000BC, the ancient Bakhtiari Nomads of Iran were of the first human beings on this planet to begin agriculture, farming and civilization. These ancient Persians reside in south west Iran in Chahar Mahal & Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, Lorestan, Kohgiluye & Boyer-Ahmad and Isfahan. Although, as with...

SHIRAZ
Tour
5 Days and 4 Night
7 Person Limited

SHIRAZ

shiraz a historical place in IRAN

$530
KASHAN
Tour
9 Days and 8 Night
6 person limited

KASHAN

4 days and 3 night tour with breakfast and dinner

$745
Tabriz
Tour
4 Days and 3 Night
5 limit

Tabriz

tabriz is big city in iran

$436
isfahan
Tour
5 Days and 4 Night
5 Person Limited

isfahan

isfahan yeki az bozorgtarin shahrhhaye  iran mibashad

$497
MIDDLE EAST ROCK ART
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December 6, 2015January 10, 2017

MIDDLE EAST ROCK ART

Rock art is one of the oldest legacies of humankind. One could argue that rock art is the basis of a writing system, conveying cultural messages, beliefs and myths. In Iran, rock art sites have been discovered in Birjand (Lakh mazar), Khorasan (Nehbandan), Yazd (Arnan), Sistan and Baluchistan (Nikshahr and Saravan), Isfahan (Gharghab and Kucherey...

SOIL CARPET “WOVEN”
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November 24, 2015June 20, 2017

SOIL CARPET “WOVEN”

One of the most interesting and biggest events that marks the near end of the Solar year takes in Southern Iran. Here the southern locals get busy making giant Persian carpets out of the powdered colored stones found in the area. Every year many visitors, Iranian and foreign, flock to the south to take part...

PERSIAN MYTHOLOGY
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October 24, 2015December 12, 2015

PERSIAN MYTHOLOGY

Persian mythology are traditional tales and stories of ancient origin, all involving extraordinary or supernatural beings. Drawn from the legendary past of Iran, they reflect the attitudes of the society to which they first belonged – attitudes towards the confrontation of good and evil, the actions of the gods, yazats (lesser gods), and the exploits...