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KLM resumes flying over Iran
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KLM resumes flying over Iran

Dutch flag carrier KLM said on Thursday it had resumed flying over Iran and Iraq following an analysis of advice from both government ministries and the security services.
US-Iran Conflict Is it still safe to travel to Iran
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US-Iran Conflict: Is it still safe to travel to Iran?

Is Iran safe to travel? Iran was among the top breaking news in the world in the last week. Everybody was waiting to see how would US-Iran continuous conflict advance.
Time Travel To Ancient Sport Competitions
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Chookheh Wrestling in Bojnourd

Koshti ba Chookheh (Chookheh Wrestling) is a specific activity of people of Kurdish descent in Greater Khorasan.
Tir Maah Sizdah Sho Festival
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Tir Maah Sizdah Sho Festival

A few days to the celebration, families start preparation. They clean up the house and grind wheat and rice for baking cookies.
Hazelnut Festival in Qazvin - Taste the History in a Nutshell
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Hazelnut Festival in Qazvin - Taste the History in a Nutshell

Hazelnut is an important crop in Alamut region. About 70 villages in this area grow hazelnut, most of it being exported to Europe.
5 Less Touristy, yet Amazing Experiences You Should Have in Iran
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5 Less Touristy, yet Amazing Experiences You Should Have in Iran

If you are looking for less-common activities to have a different, unique trip to Iran, here are some suggestions for you!
Soosan Chelcheragh (Lilium Ledebourii), Iran
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Sousan-e Chehel Cheraagh (Lilium Ledebourii)

Sousan-e Chehel Cheraagh (Lilium ledebourii) is one of the rarest species of the Lilium genus. There are two major habitats of this beautiful flower in Iran; one in Damash, Kelardasht and Dorfak regions, where it is protected as a natural monument area.
traveling Iran during Ramadan
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Visiting Iran During Ramadan

What's it like travelling in Iran during Ramadan? Find out what to expect and whether you will be affected on Iran trip during Ramadan.
Among The Rice Paddies of Iran – Gilan’s Rice Season
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In Pictures: Among The Rice Paddies of Iran - Gilan's Rice Season

Rice has always been the staple food of the Iranian people, and it plays a crucial role as the essence of Iranian life.
Why travel to Iran Should you cancel that Iran vacation
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Why travel to Iran? Should you cancel that Iran vacation?

Iran will transform you. To process the world in an interpretable way, people often refer to stereotypes as a way to understand different places. In Iran’s case, these stereotypes have developed through the prism of international relations, in particular through the hostility of some governments to the Iranian one.
Iran is one of the friendliest places in the world, if not the friendliest.
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Why We Should Travel To ‘Dangerous’ Places

Iran is one of the friendliest places in the world, if not the friendliest. There’s an ingrained sense of hospitality in Persian culture, a desire to welcome strangers and provide for them, but it goes further than that.
Can you travel to Iran as an unmarried couple
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Can you travel to Iran as an unmarried couple?

Yes, you can you travel to Iran as an unmarried couple. In practical applications most Iran hotels don't enforce non-Muslim and non-Iranian the married couples rule.
Iran The Land of Glory and
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IRAN: The Land of Glory and Beauties

IRAN. The Land of Glory and Beauties by Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization is an ebook is a simple travel guide with some suggestions for those who are planning to visit Iran.
IranonaplateIranFoodandTravelGuide surfiran
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Iran on a Plate: Iran Food and Travel Guide

To Iranians, the preparation and cooking of food is a prime expression of a woman’s loving care, which transforms even the simplest of meals into nourishment for body and soul.
‘Panjah Bedar’ Festival in Qazvin, Iran

‘Panjah Bedar’ Festival in Qazvin, Iran

The traditional custom of Panjah bedar is similar to Sizdah bedar, of course it isn’t as known as Sizdah bedar. But it's set yet among Qazvin's people. In this day that is 50th day of new year they go out in order to thanksgiving God because of blessings. They go to city's Mosalla and pray on 19th day of Ordibehesht, then go to the nature and spend some hours by together. So Panjah bedar is a religious-ritual custom. The most of Qazvin people make a simple food that is called Doimaj and it's gredients are dried bread, vegetables, walnut, fried onion and cucumber. In addition, Qazvin people eat watermelon, nuts and fruits in this day and most of them eat Ash reshteh in the afternoon.