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Iran is a very large country and one of the safest places to travel. It is one of the Middle East democratic countries. The people are extremely friendly and give you a warm welcome. They invite you to dinner or tea or even local Ash. You can acquaint with modern day Iranian culture and share your experiences with them. If you intended to make a trip to this must-see country, you can spend your time to see many beauties.We look forward to sharing our beautiful country, culture, and art with you.
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WHY TRAVEL TO IRAN
SURFING PERSIA TOUR OPERATOR
Iranian have a saying that “guest is
a gift from god“.
People are so kind to tourists.
They may invite you to stay over
Have lunch with you.
Travel, picnicking or everything
else will come from every corner.
It is the art of coloring and
ornamenting the surface of
metals by fusing over it
Persian arts of marquetry
wherein the surface of
wooden or metallic articles
is decorated with pieces of
wood, bone and metal .
hammering gold or silver (or
ASK SOMEONE WHO’S BEEN THERE AND INVARIABLY THEY WILL
DESCRIBE THIS MUCH-MALIGNED COUNTRY AS ONE OF THE SAFEST
AND FRIENDLIEST THEY’VE EVER VISITED.
“THAT IRAN IS UNSAFE IS AN OUTDATED NOTION, ALMOST
IRRELEVANT,” SAYS JASON ELLIOT, PRIZE-WINNING BRITISH AUTHOR
OF MIRRORS OF THE UNSEEN: JOURNEYS IN IRAN.
Probably the most important historical site in Iran. The capital of the
Achaemenid (Persian) Empire built by Darius. Near Shiraz.
Hegmatane (or Ekbatana)
The capital of the ancient Medes (in modern-day Hamedan).
Also known as Azar Goshnasp, literally "the Fire of the Warrior Kings", is an archaeological site in
West Azarbaijan, Iran. It lies midway between Urmia and Hamadan, very near the present-day
town of Takab, and 400 km (250 mi) west of Tehran.
Pasargad (or Pasargadae)
The initial capital of the Persian Empire built by Cyrus the Great. Near Shiraz.
Built by Elamites an then adopted by Achaemenid (Persian) and Sassanid empires, it
has three layers of civilization in it. Located in the modern-day town of Shush in the