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Nature of East Azarbaijan

Aras River flows along the northern border of this province as a natural boundary between the province and the two republics to its north. This river provides the region with water, hydroelectric power and many opportunities for recreation. Aji-chai, also…
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IRANIAN MEALS

STARTERS A standard Iranian meal starts with a basic, prefabricated green salad, radioactive-pink dressing and ash-e jo (soup of pearl barley). Some places include these in a total set-meal price but usually they are charged separately. MAINS Even in a…
cities

kermanshah “the city of Dandeh Kebab”

By far the largest and busiest city in central west Iran, Kermanshah developed in the 4th century AD astride the Royal Road to Baghdad. Its strategic position has brought both prosperity and attack. Most recently it suffered missile damage during the…
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Nature of Hamedan

The largest river in this province, the Gamasiab, passes through the provinces of Kermanshah, Lorestan, 11am, and Khuzestan where it is known as Karkheh. The mineral water spring of Tangez provides gaseous water that contains bicarbonate of chlorine and is…

Qeshm “the pearl of the Persian Gulf”


The largest island in the Persian Gulf at 1335 sq km, Qeshm boasts attractive beaches bounding an arid, sun-scorched interior of starkly beautiful hills and mountains. The coast is dotted with Bandari villages but the interior is largely deserted. Qeshm is a duty-free zone – a sort of poor person’s Kish – but in a Gulf increasingly full of gleaming skyscrapers it remains refreshingly attached to the traditional Bandari ways. Sure, Qeshm Town is developing pretty quickly.