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Iranian Preparing To Celebrate Nowruz: The Persian New Year

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Nowruz coming and Iranian preparing to celebrate the Persian new year. Iranian people carry out a thorough cleaning of houses these days and are waiting for the spring.
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Haji Firuz in Iran – Iranian Preparing for Nowruz

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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.
Christmas in Iran

Do the Iranian People Celebrate Christmas?

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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.
Hegmataneh, The Oldest Capital City in Persia

Hegmataneh, The Oldest Capital City in Persia

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Hegmataneh was the first capital of the old Persia and considered as one of the oldest urban sites of the World.
Hanukkah Celebration in Iran

How is Hanukkah Celebrated in Iran?

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Hanukkah is celebrated by Iranian Jewish community in December of each year, just like everywhere else in the world.
Iran Gets Ready To Celebrate Yalda Night

Iran Gets Ready To Celebrate Yalda Night

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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.
Best City Walks in TehranSURFIRAN

5 Best City Walks in Tehran

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Tehran is becoming more and more beautiful each day with its increasing number of restaurants, coffee shops and amazing bookshops. So, if you are one of those travelers who loves discovering a city on foot, join me here to take you to the best streets to walk and wander in Tehran!
How to find a trusted travel agency in IranSURFIRAN

How to Find a Trusted Travel Agency in Iran?

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Working with a reputable travel agent takes the stress out of travel. Use this guide to research the best Iranian travel agency for you.
7 Things Nobody Tells You About Iran

7 Things Nobody Tells You About Iran

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Are you planning a trip to Iran? From cultural norms to special foods here's 7 things you should know before traveling to Iran.
Badgir or Windcatcher in IranSURFIRAN

Windcatcher: An Ancient Engineering Feat that Harnessed the Wind

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The bâdgir (“wind-catcher tower”) was an architectural innovation to capture cool air in a desert environment. These towers were set at a specific height on the roof of a building to capture a breeze and transfer it underground within the structure in order to bring cool air into large rooms and halls in the hot days of the season.
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Zoroastrianism (Mazdayasna) in Iran

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Zoroastrianism or Mazdayasna is one of the world's oldest monotheistic religions, having originated in ancient Persia.
Skiing in Dizin. The largest in the Middle EastSURFIRAN

What it’s like to ski at the biggest resort in the Middle East

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Dizin Ski Resort is the largest resort in the Middle East and tourists are welcome to ski all season, which runs from late November to late May.
The People of Iran - Ethnicities and CulturesSURFIRAN

The People of Iran: Ethnicities and Cultures

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People of Persian descent make up roughly 50 percent of Iran’s population, yet many other ethnic groups, including Azaris, Armenians, Assyrians, and Jews, have settled on the land. Historically, many groups have had little contact with one another because large distances separated them. This has meant that the groups have been able to retain their languages and customs for hundreds, or even thousands, of years.
Nushabad – The Mysterious Underground City in IranSURFIRAN

Nushabad – The Mysterious Underground City in Iran

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The Noushabad underground city is said to have been the Sassanid capital during the reign of the Anoushirvan.
Scary Destinations in IranSURFIRAN

Scary Destinations in Iran!

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Discover the Iran’s scariest travel destinations, from Jenny Castle to the Stone Garden. Visit most haunted places in Iran.