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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.
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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.
Armenians in Tehran’s St. Sarkis Cathedral

Christians and Jews in Iran

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Judaism and Christianity in Iran are represented by small but significant religious communities that can also be regarded, to some extent, as distinct ethnic groups.
Christmas in Iran How Iran Celebrate Christmas Eve

Christmas in Iran – How Iranian Celebrate Christmas Eve

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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.
Biblical Sites and Christian Districts: Sacred Tourism Attractions of Iran

Biblical Sites and Christian Districts: Sacred Tourism Attractions of Iran

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As well as visiting glorious mosques in Iran, you have the opportunity to visit magnificent churches and biblical sites in this eastern country.
Travel Guide to Mashhad Holiest City of Iran

Travel Guide to Mashhad: Holiest City of Iran

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Everything you need to know about the religious, cultural and touristic attractions of the holiest city of Iran, Mashhad.
The Most Famous Churches in Iran

The Most Famous Churches in Iran

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Did you know that thousands of Christians live in Iran and there are many churches among the touristic attraction of this country?
One of the most visited and historical areas in Tehran is Si-e Tir Street, where different religions are practiced side by side.

Si-E Tir St, Where Different Religions Are Practiced Side By Side

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30th Tir St is one of the most visited and historical areas in Tehran, where different religions are practiced side by side.
Julfa The Armenian District in Isfahan - SURFIRAN

Jolfa – The Armenian Quarter of Isfahan

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This new Armenian quarter with all the enclosing villages was named New Jolfa after this city to form one of the oldest and greatest districts of Armenians in the world.
Blessing of the Grapes ceremony in Tehran

In Pictures: Blessing of the Grapes Ceremony in Tehran

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Armenian churches in Iran celebrated the religious ceremony dedicated to the Virgin Mary. In Tehran blessing of the Grapes ceremony celebrated in Saint Sarkis Cathedral.
Thousands of Iranian students take the final exams to become licensed tour guide

Iran Politics and religion – What if I do not agree?

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While in Iran, you will hear a lot of different views from different people about politics and religion, and inevitable all travellers will have their own thoughts. However, the Iranian government is very sensitive to any foreign involvement in internal political affairs, so any political activity inside Iran, particularly directed against the Iranian government, could lead to arrest.