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Iran's first Underwater Restaurant

Iran's first Underwater Restaurant
The first and the biggest undersea restaurant opened at Kish Island-Iran.
The project has been implemented in the Persian Gulf with the support of the Science and Technology Department of the Presidential Office.
The restaurant is one of the largest ones in the world and designed as an independent floating structure with national and foreign experts as well as cutting-edge technology.

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Tehran passenger rail service to Hamedan
A passenger rail service connecting Tehran to Hamedan, the capital, started Wednesday.
"Trains on this route can currently reach 140 kilometers per hour. In addition, the journey time on this route is approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes, one hour less than the travel time on the road between the same two provincial capitals, "said Rouhollah Taqizadeh, head of Islamic railways of Iran, quoted by IRNA.

A Better Iran Tour With Audio Guide App

A Better Iran Tour With Audio Guide App
The app offers a step-by-step audio guide through the attractions and allows the tourist to visit the site at his own pace without worrying about missing the explanations. As part of an innovative initiative, a private company in Shiraz, Fars Province, has designed an application that allows tourists to visit Iran's attractions on its own as it offers a comprehensive overview of the places in English on smartphones.

How to get to Iran without a visa

How to get to Iran without a visa?
Iran is a country of immense beauty, charm and mystery of the old world. The number of trips to Iran is increasing steadily and more and more people are choosing to visit the country.
Iran's long history, unique culture and wide range of climates make traveling in the country an unforgettable experience. From the Caspian Sea in the north to the Persian Gulf in the south, Iran is full of many tourist attractions, almost intact. The country is also home to 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.