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Shiraz

Shiraz is the capital of Fars Province which is located in the south of Iran. The geographical position of this city is in Mediterranean climate which causes warm days and seasonal heavy rains. Shiraz is generally known as the city of poetry. The tombs of two eminent poets of Persian literature named Hafez and Saadi lie in this city. In the past it was also known for its wine but drinking and trading wine is illegal in the laws of the Islamic Republic; so other countries of the world started producing wine with the brand of Shiraz....

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Eating in Haft Khan Restaurant

The people of Shiraz care a lot about recreation and one of these recreations is good food. That’s why there are lots of restaurants with a high variety of food in this city.  Haft khan restaurant is one of the best places. Before this and while talking about the old region of Shiraz, we recommended […]

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Persian Garden or Paradise

In Shiraz, you can experience walking in many samples of what is known as Persian Garden, or Paradise: Eram Garden, Narenjestan Qavam Garden and their mother, Pasargadae. Iranian garden is known as Pardis (Paradise) or Ferdows in Persian literature. The criteria of Iranian garden include: 1-     Being on the pathway of a brook, Qanat, or […]

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Reading and being Exposed to the poems of Hafez

Come to the tomb of Hafez in Shiraz and ask someone there to read and translate some verses from this great Iranian poet.   Shiraz and Hafez are tied together in the pathway of history and in Iran when talked about Shiraz, Hafez is reminded too. The majority of his poems are Ghazal, mostly composed […]

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Narenjestan Qavam

Narenjestan Qavam is an astonishing traditional house in the city of Shiraz. It is in the old region of the city and is only 400 meters distant from Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque. Narenjestan Qavam Garden was presented to Shiraz University in 1966 after being repaired and has been kept under its surveillance since then. During the years […]

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Pasargadae Garden

According to what archeologists have found, there used to be a garden in Pasargadae that was built on the command of Cyrus the great.  The remnants of streams and the passing of a small river along the historical area of Pasargadae is a proof for this hypothesis. The experts have located the first garden in […]

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Nasir-ol-Molk or the Pink Mosque

If you want to travel to Iran, you should know that mosques built in different periods in our country are among the most significant attractions but in Shiraz, there’s an example of these mosques that have intertwined people and divinity with its colors and lights. It sparkles like a diamond with its pink tiling among […]

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The Gate of All Nations

The Western Portal for the historical site of Persepolis, in Pars province. As understood from the name of this portal, this portal which was in fact a roofed iwan was the entrance place of kings, noblesse, and visitors of the Achaemenid kings. Persepolis has three portals and you enter from the Western one. On both […]

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The tomb of Saadi

Saadi of Shiraz is the title of an Iranian poet who lived in Shiraz in the 13th century. He became interested in religion, knowledge, and research in his adolescence and left Shiraz to acquire knowledge in Baghdad. He got under the influence of his masters there and went on long journeys. Most of these trips […]

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