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The Blue Mosque of Tabriz belongs to the 15th century and it is located in one of the oldest and most historic neighborhoods of Tabriz.
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Shab-e Yalda (Yalda’s night) or Shab-e Chelleh is the Iranians’ way to confront the coldest season of the year.
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Yalda night or Shab-e Cheleh is one of the most celebrated traditional events in Iran which marks the longest night of the year.
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Christmas in Iran is celebrated by the Christian community of Iran. Most of Christians are Iranian Armenians who celebrate Christmas in Iran.
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Michael and his donkey will have to walk through Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, and Azerbaijan to reach Iran, which will be their final stop.
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The Iranian government has confirmed that visitors from almost anywhere are now welcome in Iran again on October 23, 2021.
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The Trans-Iranian railway is considered as the last influential mega project in terms of architectural, Let’s take a look at some of the most scenic train routes of the Trans-Iranian Railway.
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Trans-Iranian Railway that reaches a length of 1400 km has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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The fish market in Bandar Abas Indeed, is one of the best places to south of Iran. This daily market is held in a very large space. The lively activities of the fishmongers, fish and shrimp cleaners with all kinds of fishes in the baskets or on the mats to sell, is because of the diversityAbundance of fishes in the Persian gulf sea.
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Iran is the birth place of world's origin of inverted tulips known in Farsi as “Laleh Vajgoon”. You have only one month time to enjoy watching masses of reversed wild tulips.
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Each year with the beginning of the main fishing season in late July, local people in Qeshm island of Iran celebrate a very ancient ritual.
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Nowruz in the historical Village of Palangan, Kurdistan. Kurdish People in traditional costumes during the Nowruz Ceremony in the Kurdistan.
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Nowruz is the Iranian New Year which corresponds to the spring equinox, the first day of spring in the solar calculation of the number of days in a year.
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Haji Firuz is a fictional figure in Iranian folklore. According to the folklore, he appears annually at the beginning of spring, together with his companion Amu Nowruz, to mark the beginning of Nowruz, the Iranian New Year.
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Iranian-Armenians as the majority of Iran's Christian population celebrate the Christmas Eve on 25 of December, which is celebrated in most of the catholic countries.