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Nature of Tehran

The major river in this province is the Karaj which originates in the Alborz mountains west of the city of Tehran and is 245 km long. There is an enormous dam built on this river called Amir_Kabir Dam which provides a good part of the province’s potable water…
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History

The father of time And Iran was there in the beginning, inhabited by civilizations great and small, each leaving a deep impression on the land and its people. 9000 year old mounds of the plain of Khuzestan, ancient mounds of central, northwestern and…
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Dress code

Men Actually the way you dress up is not a big deal in Iran, you should know: Shorts are not acceptable in public places for menWearing ties or bows is not a problem & t-shirts are acceptable women obeying Islamic rules including hijab or Islamic dress-code…
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Nature of Isfahan

Zayandeh-Rood, 270 km long, is considered to be the most significant river of Isfahan province. Furthermore, this river plays an effective role on the climatic conditions and the humidity of the region, and provides excellent opportunities for recreation.…

Hamadan “the city of stars and mountains”


Known in classical times as Ecbatana, Hamadan was once one of the ancient world’s greatest cities. significant parts of the city centre are given over to excavations and there is a scattering of historical curiosities. Sitting on a high plain, Hamadan is graciously cool in August, but snow-prone and freezing cold from December to March. In the summer the air is often hazy, but on a rare, clear spring day there are impressive glimpses of snow capped Mt Alvand (3580m) preening itself above the ragged neo-colonial cupolas of Imam Khomeini Sq. A popular summer retreat, Hamadan’s main draw card for Iranian visitors is its proximity to the Ali Sadr Caves, but these are vastly over-rated.