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Interpreter in Iran

Interpreter in Iran needed?? Interpreter in Iran needed? No worry here is a right place that you stopped, we proud our self that in the Iran tourism center team we…

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29th international biology Olympiad

29th international biology Olympiad in Iran country of science and technology Iran is a country with bright history of science and rich scientific culture.  Over the past decades, despite numerous…

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Internet access in Iran

Internet Access In Iran Internet access SIM card in Iran is very simple. You can easily buy a SIM card in Iran and access to the internet like all over…

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Dress code in Iran

SUMMARY OF IRAN DRESS CODE FOR TOURISTS Dress code in Iran is one of the most important things which you must to know before coming to Iran Hair: Should be…

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Muharam month in IRAN

If you want to see a great religious ceremony, travel to Iran during Muharam! Muharam month in Iran : since very ancient times, Iranians have also had special occasions to…

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Iran easing entry rules

Iran easing entry rules Iran easing entry rules: Foreign tourists’ passports not to be stamped in Iran In a move to alleviate tourists’ concerns over US sanctions on individuals visiting…

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Siosepol bridge

Siosepol Bridge Siosepol bridge also known as 33 Bridge, as it is made of 33 arches, is one of the main tourist attractions of Isfahan, Iran. This historical bridge of Isfahan is also called the Allah-Verdi Khan…

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Reza Abbasi museum

Reza Abbasi Museum The Reza Abbasi Museum is in Tehran, Iran. The museum is named after Reza Abbasi one of the artists in the Safavid Period. The Reza Abbasi museum…

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Saint Stepanos Monastery

Saint Stepanos Monastery The Saint Stepanos Monastery, 15 km northwest of Jolfa city, East Azerbaijan Province, northwest of Iran, is an Armenian monastery, situated in a deep canyon along the…

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History of Yazd

History of Yazd History of Yazd can be interesting for many people who care about history The name is derived from Yazdegerd I, a Sassanid ruler of Persia. The city…

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