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Historical sites

Iran also called Persia, is a vast country in Western Asia. It is the most important country in Middle East. With an area of 1,648,195 km2, it is considered as the second largest country in this region. Iran is home to one of the oldest civilization of the world. With a long history, it had one of the first eldest empire, Achaemenid Empire, that ruled over a vast area of the world. Iran as a vast and beautiful country welcomes all travelers. Read about Iran Historical Sites in Iran Sun World website. Enjoy traveling to Iran, by Sun World, an Iranian Tour & Travel Agency.

Tower of Silence
Yazd Towers of Silence the Zoroastrian Sky Burial Tradition Towers of silence which is also known as “Dakhmeh” are types of structures that were used for funerary purposes. Indeed, they were places in which the dead were sent for decontamination before going to their final resting place. The most prominent towers were located in Iran....
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Iran architecture
Mausoleum of Omar Khayyam Omar Khayyam (1048-1131) was a Persian poet, astronomer and mathematician born in Nishapur, Khorasan Province, Iran. Nishapur, a major center of Zoroastrians, was a leading metropolis in Khorasan during medieval times. It could reach its climax of prosperity under the Seljuq Dynasty in the eleventh century. He was born into a...
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travel to iran
Iran Pigeon Towers Iran Pigeon Towers is considered as Persian luxury accommodation for pigeons. Most of them were built in the 17th century. Each circular tower built in Isfahan was house to about 14,000 pigeons. These towers were built by folks to collect dung as fertilizer for their farmlands (especially melon and cucumber fields; it...
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masoule village
Masouleh, Iran Wonderful Village Located in the Sardar-e Jangal District in Fuman County, Gilan Province, Iran, there is a beautiful village called Masouleh. It is approximately 60 km southwest of Rasht (the capital of Gilan Province). Masouleh is 1,050 m above sea level. It is closed to the southern coast of the Caspian Sea. This village...
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Iran eco tour
Badab-e Surt, a Rare Geologic Masterpiece Mazandaran Province is full of beauty. Badab-e Surt is a natural site 95 km south of Sari, the capital of Mazandaran Province. It is near Orost Village. This fantastic site created over thousands of years (Pleistocene and Pliocene geological periods) and comprises a range of stepped travertine terrace formations....
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dezful
Dezful, a City Since Dawn of History Located in the south-western Iran, Dezful, enjoying an area of 4762 km2, is the capital of Dezful County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. Based on 2016 census, its population was over half a million people. Dezful has a hot semi-arid climate, with extremely hot summers and mild winters. This city...
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Dragon Temple
The Iranian Mysterious Dragon Temple There is a wonderful ancient temple in Zanjan Province, Iran called Dragon Temple or Dashkasan (in Turkish Language, it means cutting stone), a three cave complex. Located in Zagros Chain Mountains, it was built in the early fourteenth century by Iranian artists and Chinese craftsmen. In the Mongol era, the...
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Tourism Capital of Asia
Hamedan, the Tourism Capital of Asia in 2018 Hamedan, the capital city of Hamedan Province, is among the oldest Iranian cites. In old Persia, it was called Hegmetane and Ecbatana. It was occupied by the Assyrians in 1100 BCE. According to Herodotus, a Greek historian, it was the capital of Medes in 700 BCE. The...
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Tabriz
Tabriz, Center of Tourism along the Silk Road Tabriz is the center of West Azerbaijan Province located in the Northwest of Iran. Bounded by stark, eroded hills, Tabriz is situated on a high plateau between Lake Urmia and lofty Mt Sahand. It is the home to a large ethic group namely Turks. Tabriz enjoys some...
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half the world
Isfahan, Half the World Isfahan, a city of 17th century Safavid, is called “Nisfe Jahan” or “Half the World” because of its splendid and unmatched beauty against the rest of the world. Isfahan was the capital of Persia in the 16th and 17th centuries. This city contains fantastic gardens, historical places, mosque, etc. In short,...
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