Raqez Canyon A paradise for those who seek adventure Among the green pastures and plains between Darab and Fasa in Fars province, there are high lands that hide canyons and gorges with waterfalls and ponds. A place that due to the difficulty of the route and its access, perhaps no one knew about until ten

Original Iranian music, also known as Iranian traditional music and Iranian classical music, includes a variety of instruments and different types of melodies. This type of music, which existed before Christianity and has reached our time mostly orally and by heart, is one of the prominent manifestations of Iranian culture.Iranian music has had a wide

Shokri’s Workshop “Seifullah Shokri” was born in 1975 in Qazvin. He began his excessive studies of instrument-making at the age of 17 to make contemporary instruments. With this in mind, in 1999 he started his research for the construction of ancient instruments. To speed up this work, he established the first workshop for making musical

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

To research on and preserve the ancient carpets of Iran, the Carpet Museum of Iran was established. This museum started functioning before the Revolution in 1979 and is now a very precious collection of old and artistic carpets…The Carpet Museum of Iran was built and established in 1978 and under Farah Pahlavi’s command who was

If you would like to get more familiar with people’s daily life on your trip to Iran, the best way is to go to shopping centers and bazaars.  Bazaar of Tajrish There are traditional and modern bazaars in Tajrish Square. The traditional part with a traditional and roofed atmosphere has lots of stores. The grocery

The fire has been sacred in Iranian culture. By the ancient Zoroastrian belief, fire is purifying and has 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, last Tuesday on the year: The fire jumping festival. People fire bushes in

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

The Shrine of the cave of Pir-e Chak Chak or Pir-e Chak Chakoo is 40 kilometers away from the village of Kharanaq in Yazd province. It is one of the most important pilgrimage locations of Zoroastrians of Iran and Yazd. After passing a rather short stair, you’ll get to the middle of the mountain that

Yazd is known as the city of wind towers. If you look up in any part of the city, you can definitely see how they are scattered in the city. If you have been to the southern provinces of Iran before traveling to Yazd, you are familiar with these ventilating towers, but in Yazd and