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RAFTING AT THE DESERT LAND

Although Iran is a country that is located in a desert area,but the special geographic location and the high mountain range have led to the creation of rivers in various parts of Iran. If you are looking for adventures during your trip, Rafting in Iran is one of the best available options .

VAKIL MOSQUE

VAKIL MOSQUE (1751-1773) BUILT BY THE ORDER OF KARIM KHAN ZAND THE KING AND FOUNDER OF ZAND DYNASTY.

NAGHSH-E JAHAN SQUARE

ONE OF THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD, EARNING A LISTING AS A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE. THE JEWELS OF SAFAVID DYNASTY(1598-1629).

Iran Pars

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Naqsh-e Rustam

Naqsh-e Rustam is an ancient necropolis located about 12 km northwest of Persepolis, in Fars Province, Iran,

Tourists say about Iran

A motorcycling adventure across Iran:

A motorcycling adventure across Iran:

'the standout attraction is the people' I Ride a trail bike 3,000 miles in Iran.I saw the warmest hospitality in Iran. Iran is a country that You "should go, should visit".

Iran a perfect country

Iran a perfect country

Iran is a perfect destination for tourists. The first factor that we would like to mention is the Iranian culture. They have this belief that the guests are God’s loved ones, so they should be respected and loved.

As an American tourist in Iran

As an American tourist in Iran

Traveling to Iran as an American citizen may sound complicated and dangerous. It’s not. There are currently no restrictions on American citizens visiting Iran as tourists.

Iran, a cultural country

Iran, a cultural country

Iranians are well-known for their cultural heritage and hospitality throughout the world as explicitly reflected in the books and manuscripts of famous travellers and tourists.

Where To Stay in IRAN

One of the most important parts of travel is accommodation Travelers on their trip to Iran can have a wide variety of hotels. Thousands of different models of hotels are currently available all over Iran. Choosing your favorite hotel in Iran, you face a wide range of services and styles, from new-built modern hotels to outstanding traditional ones. Hotels in Iran are classified into 2 major categories. Traditional hotels: which make truly a memorable accommodation for you Modern hotels: like all the standard hotels in the world

The First World Windmills in South Khorasan & Sistan- Baluchestan Provinces
Asbads (Windmills) of Iran
Asbads (windmills) of Iran is the oldest windmills in the world. Located in the Iranian town of Nashtifan, initially named Nish Toofan, or "storm's sting," the windmills have withstood winds of up to 74 miles an hour.

ASBADS (WINDMILLS) OF IRAN

The first people who decided to implement wind power were ancient Persians. Nearly 2800 years ago, Iranian engineers in Sistan and Baluchestan & South Khorasan Provinces built the first windmills in the path of the region's 120-day-blowing winds to use its incredible power for milling grains, and to extract water from the wells. This Iranian invention is called Asbad, which is short for the Persian equivalent to the word windmill. Iranians implemented the windmills based on the rotation along a horizontal axis, and this is why Iranian windmills look different from their Dutch counterparts. In addition to Sistan and Baluchestan Province, there are Asbads in the town of Nehabandan, which is a part of South Khorasan Province.

Nashtifan ASBADS (WINDMILLS) OF IRAN

From ancient times, Iranians and foreign explorers who crossed Sistan and Baluchestan could not hide their fascination with the region's pioneering technologies. Robert Forbes, the famous technological historian, has recognized Asbad as a significant Iranian invention that has been the primary source of energy for activities such as milling wheat and pumping water during the 12th century. After the Mongolians invaded Iran and saw these windmills, they captured a number of engineers who specialized in building these Asbads and took them to Eastern Asia. Also, in the 19th century, the Europeans became familiar with the Iranian technology of windmills and made some changes to its structure which led to the making of the current models in Holland.

Nashtifan- Khorasan Province  ASBADS (WINDMILLS) OF IRAN

Furthermore, Asbads' origin i.e. Sistan and Baluchestan have a gorgeous collection of windmills that are different in structure from the ones in Khorasan Province. In this region, there are old remains of windmills that date back to the Sassanid period, but the current working models of Asbads date back to the Safavid Empire.