Qashoq-zani

The fire has been sacred in Iranian culture. Due to an ancient Zoroastrian belief, fire is purifying and had the most veneration. On this pretext, before Nowruz, the Persian new year, Iranians have some fire celebration rituals that one of them is Chaharshanbe-Suri: The fire jumping festival. People fire bushes in the streets and jump […]

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The Natural Wonders of Qeshm Island;

Part Three The Stars Valley: like Chahkooh, the Stars Valley is also one of the most highlighted attractions in Qeshm. According to the locals, the Star Valley is a place where once a star hit the ground and made such an outstanding beautiful canyon…but the truth is that the difference between the resistance of the […]

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The Natural Wonders of Qeshm Island;

Part Two Other than the cave, “Chahkooh” is amazing as well. It is better to visit Chahkooh only with someone who knows the place. You can climb the canyon and you can get to the top, but it’s hard to find your way alone. Chahkooh Valley is truly a gem on the natural beauty of […]

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The Natural Wonders of Qeshm Island;

Part One You can get amazed by the part of Zagros Mountain reaching the southern seas of Iran, being deformed in a spectacular way left us a number of erosions called Qeshm Island Geopark. this geopark is globally recorded as a UNESCO Heritage. It is the largest island in Iran, in the shape of a […]

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What do Iranians Eat and Drink?

Part Three Drinks Tea and mostly black tea is the main drink, in fact, it is not consumed only during breakfast, but also throughout the day. It is also possible to prepare a particular drink at home, which can also be bought packaged, based on carbonated water, yogurt and added natural flavors (dùgh). In addition […]

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What do Iranians Eat and Drink?

Part Two The Main Meals The main meals are lunch, dinner, and breakfast. Sometimes the Iranians make snacks based on tea or fruit. Especially with regard to fruit, they do not have the habit of eating it in basic meals, but they are used to nibbling dried fruit and nuts, especially during the evening snack: […]

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What do Iranians Eat and Drink?

Part One Mythology and Ancient Documents You can trace typical Iranian cuisine back to the earliest documents, such as the “myths of Zahak” and before that. In the legends, the art of cooking was related to the demons. But the oldest manuscripts about Iranian culinary history dates back to the Sasanian empire (224 to 651 […]

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Nightlife in Darband and Darakeh

We suggest that for witnessing the variety of life in Tehran, you go to uptown and see how people spend time. The most important point in traveling to Iran is visiting people who try their best to offer you their help and kindness… In case you intend to get to know the daily life of […]

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The Ancient Ceremony of Sadeh

Fire in Avesta*1 has a special role because it is the symbol of life and love. The ancient Iranians burned a fire at all their festivities, and they worshiped Ahuramazda*2 on this pretext. However, the most important ceremony in which they paid homage to their God used to be “Sadeh”. They believed that at this […]

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Dowlat Aabad Garden of Yazd

Dowlat Aabad Garden of Yazd is located in the northern part of city, directing towards Isfahan and is 3 kilometers away from Amir Chakhmaq Square. It is famous for its wind tower which is the tallest wind tower made of adobe in the world. It is 33.8 meters high. This garden is recorded in the […]

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