Why Kashan is the tourists' favorite city in Iran
There are a couple of required criteria, which makes this city a perfect destination for travelers. Obviously there must be some lucrative things that lure you in the first place like top historical sights deep history nice and cheap hotels and easy access. Kashan is one of the cities with all these characteristics. Kashan is not in everyone itinerary, most people select the main historical cities: Esfahan, Shiraz and Yazd and skip this laid-back city on the edge of the Dasht-e Kavir desert.
There are different places to visit that cannot be missed and are all worth paying a visit, though Kashan has all you desire.
If you are an Iran lover, Iran is calling you
If you are interested in different tourism attractions, Iran with the following features is the best tourist destination for you. Iran the friendliest country on earth, a jewel in Islam's crown and combining glorious Islamic-Persian architecture with a very warm-hearted welcome.
A trip to the Caspian lake's coasts the Paradise of Iran
The Lands of the north of Iran and south of the Caspian lake, known to the Caspian Sea, is a lush green paradise with all kinds of tall and old trees - vast meadows - lush green mountains - small and large local sluices - vast rice's fields - pleasant climate, and the hospitable people is the most important tourist destination of Iran traveler in all seasons.
Maragheh the Mughal's Capital
Maragheh the most important of Mughal's capital(1217-1265), a city of rich historical background, is located on the beautiful slopes of Sahand mountains near to million-year-old settlements around Soofi Chay River and Mordi Chay. According to various sources Maragheh has been the birthplace of Zoroaster, the great Arian prophet, whose mother, Dogdooye is believed to have been from this place, known as Ranhe at that time, the twelfth city constructed by Zoroaster.
Hamadan: Beating heart of Persian history
Featuring a long civilization history and a rich culture, Iran has played an important role in the development of human civilization. Hamedan, as the first Iranian capital city after
Iranian Armenian Churches
The first Armenian churches in Iran were built starting from the 4th-5th centuries A.D. They were based on a simple, or hypostyle basilica plan. In general, the basilica church included a long hall which stretched from east to west. The entrance to the church was on the western side, and an altar with flanking ambries was located on the eastern side, Gradually, these simple churches were extended on four sides by adding arcades and terraces along their outer walls