March 30, 2023

Classic tour of Iran (13 days)

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Classic tour of Iran (13 days), Iran Tours Guide: Top Tours and Tour leaders

Pasragad and Shiraz, Iran Classic Tours

If you are among foreign tourists or tourists who come to our country from outside Iran, this program is for you. With our classic 13-day tour to Iran, you will experience the most unforgettable trip of your life! This tour starts from Tehran and after seeing Saad Abad Palace, Tajrish Bazaar and Azadi Tower and other tourist areas called Tehran, on the third day we will drive towards the beautiful city of Kashan.

In Kashan, we can also see Bagh Fin, historical neighborhood, Tabatabai house, Borujerdi house and Sultan Amir Ahmad bath. In this 13-day trip, we will also visit other cities such as Isfahan, Yazd and Shiraz Nab. We will continue our journey to see the unique city of Isfahan and Yazd and on the last day we will return to Tehran with memorable memories of Iran .


first day

After the airport, we will go to the hotel that we have reserved for you. Because a great tour is waiting for us. We want to go to Saadabad Palace. If you are interested in visiting historical places, the historical and cultural complex of Saad Abad is one of the most prominent places in Iran’s contemporary history. The last kings of Iran in the Qajar and Pahlavi periods lived in the Saad Abad palace complex. Visiting the Saad Abad collection can provide you with interesting information about the contemporary history of Iran .


Saad Abad palaces are located in the middle of a garden full of trees and green, and walking in the beautiful nature of this garden is not without pleasure. If you haven’t visited the Saad Abad Palace complex or you want to visit this complex, its palaces and museums again, join this tour from Iran Tour.

The historical and cultural complex of Saad Abad Palace in Tehran was one of the summer residences of the Qajar and Pahlavi kings. Saad Abad palace complex is one of the three beautiful and historical palace complexes in Shemiranat area of Tehran, where the last kings of Iran stayed . In the past, Saad Abad Palace complex was covered with gardens and inside this complex there was also a garden full of trees. The exclusive palace of Saad Abad complex is the main palace of this complex and Reza Khan has increased the number of palaces and buildings of Saad Abad complex over time. The palaces built in the Saad Abad complex belonged to the family members of Reza Shah Pahlavi, and the last palace built in the Saad Abad complex belonged to Leila Pahlavi, the youngest daughter of Mohammad Reza Shah . Today, the Saad Abad Palace complex is considered one of the most prominent sights in Tehran, and domestic and foreign tourists visit this beautiful complex with historical, cultural and natural attractions when traveling to Tehran.

The Saad Abad Palace complex is located in the northernmost part of Tehran and on the foothills of Tochal. In the past, the area around Saad Abad complex was one of the best villas in Tehran and overlooking the lush valley of Darband and had a gentle air and a nature full of trees. Over time, urban constructions have expanded, and today the Saad Abad Palace complex is located in the city; But in the past, this palace was in the gardens and outside the city limits .


Our second destination on this day from Tehran is Tajrish market. Tajrish market is considered one of the famous places in Tehran, which has a high diversity in terms of goods and handicrafts, and at the same time, all kinds of prices can be seen in it. This market, which is located in the heart of the historical neighborhood of Tajrish and near Imamzadeh Saleh (AS), has a Hosseiniyya, a mosque and small souqs like traditional markets. In addition, an indoor fruit and vegetable market also operates in this place, which has many fans among domestic and foreign tourists .


Also, many passages such as Qaim passage have been built in the vicinity of Tajrish market where you can continue your sightseeing and shopping. Tajrish covered market is one of the most famous old markets in Tehran, which is a pleasure to visit, and many domestic and foreign tourists include visiting this market in their plans when traveling to the capital. So that this place is considered as one of the most memorable places in Tehran for many of them. This market, which is located in the north of Tehran in Shemiranat area, connects the two old neighborhoods of Sarpol and Tajrish. Tajrish market leads from one side to Tajrish Square and from the other side to Quds Square and Tajrish Metro; Besides, Imamzadeh Saleh (AS) is located at the end of this market.

Tajrish market is located between Quds square and Tajrish square in Shemiranat area of Tehran, you can enter this market from both squares. In order to go to Tajrish market, in addition to a private car, you can also use the metro, taxi and bus.


After a pure pilgrimage and a delicious shopping, we go to the most spectacular place in Tehran, Azadari Square. Azadi Tower is in the middle of Azadi Square in Tehran. Azadi Square is bounded by Shahid Lashgari Highway from the west, Azadi Street from the east, Saidi Highway from the south, and Jinnah Highway from the north.

Azadi Tower is the first symbol of Tehran, which was built many years ago from Milad Tower, and many still consider it the main symbol of the capital of Iran. This beautiful building, which is one of the masterpieces of contemporary Iranian architecture, was built by Hossein Amanat between 1348 and 1350 to commemorate the 2500 -year celebrations of the Shahshahi .


Azadi Tower is a combination of Achaemenid, Sasanian and Islamic architecture; So that the oval arch of the tower is a symbol of the Kasri vault, and the turquoise tiling from the Safavid period and the grooves on the top of the tower are adapted from Yazd windmills, which, along with the symbols of modern architecture and concrete structure, have given Azadi Tower a double charm. Azadi Square has an area of 50,000 square meters, which is the largest square in Iran after Naqsh Jahan Square. This square was designed and built at the same time as Azadi Tower. The map of the square, inspired by the roof of Sheikh Latfullah mosque, includes two ovals with different foci. Azadi Square has attractive grounds, sidewalks, and lawns, and anyone who passes by this square will surely take some memorable photos of the square and its beautiful tower.


second day

After a beautiful day on the first day, we want to continue this adventure in Tehran so that we can dedicate the second day to this city.

Today, we are going to the beloved Golestan Palace first thing in the morning. Golestan Palace is one of Iran’s world works in the UNESCO heritage list, which is considered an ideal place for photography and capturing beautiful images thanks to its unique architecture and decorations. This valuable building was registered in the list of national works of Iran in 1334 and in the UNESCO world heritage list in 1392 . In addition, the occurrence of important historical events in this place has turned it into a living document of Iran’s history. This complex, which is considered one of Tehran’s attractions, is located in the old part of the city and can be easily accessed by public transportation and be enchanted by all the beauty, history, architecture, culture and art of Iran.

Golestan Palace is located in Tehran, Panzdeh Khordad Street, Arg Square. Using the metro is the best way to reach Golestan Palace. For this purpose, you have to get off at Panzdeh Khordad station on metro line 1 and continue towards the east until you reach Panzeh Khordad Square (former Citadel Square) after about five minutes of walking. and go to the north side of this square through Davar Street, where the entrance to Golestan Palace is located.

In addition to the restroom and prayer room, you can also use the tea room and its photography department when visiting Golestan Palace . Golestan Palace Tea House: While visiting the Golestan Palace, you can relax in the tea house and enjoy its aromatic teas or delicious food . Photography with the atmosphere of the Qajar era: during your visit to the Golestan Palace, visit the photography booth and wear Qajar clothes to make a lasting memory for yourself.

The second intention after the Golestan Palace is the fire temple of Zardesh or Adrian. The Zoroastrian Fire Temple on Si Tir Street, which is also known as the Adrian Fire Temple of Tehran, is one of the religious places of the capital and belongs to our Zoroastrian compatriots. This beautiful fire temple also has an anthropological museum that depicts the culture and tradition of the Zoroastrian people.

Si Tir Street is one of the famous places in Tehran and many people know it because of its street food and different atmosphere. A little higher than the delicious roundness of this street and upon entering Mirza Kochuk Khan Jangli Street, we reach a wooden door with a special splendor of brickwork above it. This is Adrian’s fire temple; A place of worship for Zoroastrians in the heart of Tehran, which was built at the end of the Qajar period .


When you pass through the door, a beautiful yard with pine trees is in front of you. At the very beginning, you leave all your worries on the street and without paying attention to the back, you go ahead to see more effects. A small but magnificent building appears in front of you, which looks very beautiful with raised columns. In the middle of this building there is a burning fire that has been burning in this place since 1296 solar year and hosts Zoroastrian prayers .


This building is important both historically and culturally; And its importance in terms of architecture cannot be ignored. That’s why the name of Adrian’s fire temple is in the list of national monuments since 12th of February 2001 with registration number 7442 so that it gets more attention. This work is written in the registry file under the title of Hadrian’s temple building.

After the fire temple, we will go to one of the famous museums in Tehran. Looking for historical items and recording images of what makes our eyes shine.

On the last day of Tehertan, we go to the last tourist attraction, Gregor Church. Saint Grigor Losavorich Church is located in Tehran’s Hasht district. The land of this church was purchased in 1975 with financial contributions from Armenians living in this neighborhood and through the Armenian Caliphate Council of Tehran. The full cost of building the church was taken over by a benefactor named “Grigor Melikian”. Finally, the Church of Grigor Losavorich was built by the architect Girair Simonian in 1362 and its consecration ceremony was held by Archbishop Ardak Manukian on January 14 , 1983 .

The architecture of Saint Grigor Lusavorich Church and its dome design are similar to Saint Hrypsime Church in Ajmiadzin, Armenia. It is said that the building of this church is very resistant (even against a 10 – magnitude earthquake). The facade of the church is cement and different materials such as concrete, metal, brick and stone have been used in the construction of this church.

Grigor Losavorich or Grigor Roshangar was the first Armenian religious leader. It is interesting to know that in 302 AD, as a result of Gregor’s efforts, Tirdad III of Armenia announced Christianity as the official religion of the country. According to historical evidence, Grigor Roshangar was from the Iranian Soren family. He became acquainted with Christianity in Caesarea and became a Christian. Then he went to the court of the Parthian king of Armenia to invite him to Christianity; But the king threw him in the dungeon. He was imprisoned in a dungeon on the slopes of Mount Ararat for 13 years; Until the king fell ill. Gregor healed the king and was then elected as the leader of the Armenian Church. This church is located in Majidieh neighborhood of Tehran, on Shahid Homaei Street, whose old name is Sixteen Meter II. On Shahid Homaei Street, in Jamshid Street, the concrete building of the Holy Grigor Lusavorich Church is clearly visible.

third day

On the third day, we go to lovely Kashan. In the first destination of our trip, we aim to visit Fin Kashan Garden. Fin Garden is one of the most famous and important tourist attractions in Kashan, which is not only registered as a national monument; Rather , it is considered one of the 9 Iranian gardens in the world heritage list. This garden is so beautiful that it is mentioned as a perfect example of Iranian gardening. Thanks to the presence of numerous fountains, the pleasant sound of water, and tall trees, Fin Garden is a dream place for sightseeing. Especially since its teahouse also provides you this opportunity to enjoy these pure moments to the fullest .

In addition, there are many historical monuments in this garden such as Karimkhani Khlot, Joshan Pool, Qajar camel’s throat, water division and Kashan National Museum, which are worth visiting. However, perhaps one of the main reasons for the fame of Bagh Fin is the murder of Amir Kabir, the famous Prime Minister of Iran, which is considered one of the most important historical events in this garden.

To visit Fin Garden, you should leave for the historical city of Kashan in Isfahan province and continue your route towards Amir Kabir Street to reach the lush and vast Fin Garden.

It is the turn of the second destination on the first day of visiting Kashan, we go to the historical neighborhood of Tabatabai House. We know Kashan for art, culture and religion. Religious and culture-loving people who have left their buildings and arts as a memory for the whole world. Profiles of the strength and health of the soul can be found in all the surviving works of the ancient people of Kashan. The fragrant smell of the soil and the beauty of the old houses of Kashan, the freshness of the historical fin garden and the large historical market are inseparable elements of the sublime architecture of the city and the cultural area of Kashan, which was once the crossing point of the Silk Road caravans. Hundreds of historical monuments and Imamzadeh are among the attractions that draw everyone to Kashan .


Among the works related to the old architecture of the city, what attracts all tourists are its historical houses, because houses are a part of the daily life of all people, and seeing old houses, which are a symbol of peace and a place to live, can be interesting for everyone. and attractive. The historical house of the Tabatabais is one of the must-see places in Kashan. This house is located in Sultan Ahmed neighborhood of this city and on Alavi Street. The house of Tabatabais is located near other places of interest in Kashan, including the historical house of Borujerdi and Imamzadeh of Sultan Amir Ahmad.

We have considered the next destination to visit Boroujerdi House. The name of the city of Kashan is mixed in the minds with the fragrance of roses and pure rose water. Beautiful Kashan, although it is located in the desert part of Iran, its originality and unique beauty and eye-catching architecture and art ripple everywhere; This has caused this city to be one of the most important tourist destinations among tourists. Boroujerdi’s house is one of the sightseeing places in Kashan, which is recommended to all those who are interested in Iranian history and authentic architecture.


Boroujerdi’s house is one of the historical and impressive buildings of Kashan city. Boroujerdi’s house is a symbol of introverted Iranian architecture and it is very magnificent and dazzles the eyes of every visitor. The unique and beautiful architecture of Boroujerdi’s house has caused it to be included in the list of the most beautiful historical attractions in Iran. This historical monument is located in the southeast of the beautiful city of Kashan, Mohammad Sultan Mirahmad neighborhood or current Alavi street.

Hammam Amir Sultan Ahmad is our next destination in Kashan. One of the most beautiful baths in Iran and one of the best sightseeing places in Kashan, which dates back to the Seljuk and Qajar eras. This bath, whose name can be seen in the list of national monuments of Iran, is a unique example of Iranian baths in terms of architecture and decorations, and is located in a historical neighborhood. For this reason, many attractions are located near it. Amir Sultan Ahmad bath is only one of the historical baths of Kashan city and other buildings such as Bagh Fin bath, Ghaznu bath, Abdul Razzaq Khan bath, Mohtsham bath, etc. are also among the historical baths of this city .

The roof of Amir Sultan Ahmad bathhouse is one of the symbolic places of Kashan and the subject of many photographers. In addition, turquoise blue and zerfam tiles, seven-layer stucco and architecture worthy of attention attract thousands of domestic and foreign tourists to this building every year. Visiting this building is recommended for people interested in history, tourism, architecture, restoration, history, photography, students and researchers. The spaces of the Sultan Amir Ahmed Kashan bathroom consist of a counter, vestibule, communication corridors, a sink, a cold room, a hot room, a king’s room, a safe, a cleaning room, toilets and two water wells.

Sultan Amir Ahmad bath is located in the historical context of Kashan city on Alavi street and Sultan Amir Ahmad mosque alley. This famous tourist attraction is located near many historical buildings such as the House of Borujerdi, the House of the Abbasids, and the House of the Tabatabais, and for this reason, you can go to other places of interest in Kashan on foot after or before visiting it .


The distance between Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse to Tehran is 250 km (two hours and 40 minutes) and to the center of Kashan, 4.6 km ( eight minutes). This bath is about 200 km (two hours and 10 minutes) away from Isfahan. The distance between Sultan Amir Ahmad Bath and Fin Kashan Garden is 11 km ( 16 minutes).


The fourth day

The first destination on the fourth day is the underground city of Noushabad. One of the most amazing underground cities in the world, which is really a sight to see. This underground city is one of the sightseeing places of Kashan in Noushabad city. The history of this city goes back to about 1,500 years ago and the Sassanid period. It is said that this city was one of the capitals of the Sassanid government during the reign of Anushirvan. This underground city was discovered by accident in 2005 by a person who was digging a well in his house.

Noushabad is one of the ancient and historical areas in the north of Isfahan and is a part of Aran and Bidgol counties. This city, which is known as one of the capitals of the Sassanids in the Anushirvan period, is located five kilometers from Kashan (the city of the ancient hills of Silk). The city of Noushabad has a population of 12,000 . Dehkhoda considers the name of the city to be from the root Anoushe, which means eternity. In this city, in addition to the underground city of Oui, Jame Mosque and Imam Ali Mosque (AS) from the Mughal period, Sizan adobe castle and Ishaqabad historical bridge from the Seljuk period are considered special tourist attractions. Also, the ancient mosque, which has a history belonging to the Seljuk period, is one of the most important attractions of the city .

The city of Noushabad is very old; But what has made the city famous and popular is the existence of its “underground city”. This city always attracts many history, art and archeology enthusiasts.

The second sightseeing place on the fourth day of the trip is Maranjab desert. The beautiful desert of Maranjab is one of the most popular desert places in Iran and one of the sightseeing places of Aran and Bidgol, which is very popular among desert travelers. This desert is one of the best places you can choose for desert trips.

Maranjab desert is one of the tourist attractions of Isfahan province and it is located in the north of Aran and Bidgol cities of Kashan. Maranjab desert reaches “Mesileh salt lake” in Aran and Bidgol from the north, Mesileh desert and Shirin water desert from the west, Pusht-Rig desert and Kavir National Park from the east, and Band-Rig desert and flowing sand dunes from the south .


The name Maranjab is taken from the historical caravanserai and aqueducts in this area belonging to the Safavid era. Maranjab desert is one of the best options for desert trekking for tourists and desert lovers, and it is actually one of the main poles of desert tourism in Iran. Although the Maranjab desert is very pristine and beautiful, different groups of novices as well as experienced desert trekkers visit this desert throughout the year .


Walking among the high sand dunes surrounded by Tag forests and salt lake is one of the outstanding attractions of Maranjab desert. The word lake in the desert environment is different from our idea of this word. Desert lakes are wide and deep areas in deserts, where instead of water, salt covers them. However, in some years, adequate rainfall causes water to accumulate up to several centimeters in the desert lakes.


the fifth day

We reached the fifth day of the trip. The sights of Kashan are over and now we are heading towards Isfahan. Together we want to discover a village called Abyaneh, one of the special and spectacular villages. It is one of the villages of Natanz in Isfahan province, which is popular not only among domestic tourists, but also among foreign tourists and often becomes the subject of their photography. Abyaneh is one of the few villages in Iran where native people still wear their traditional clothing and have preserved it. The red color of the old buildings of the village, which are located on the slope of the gray slope of the mountain, have given a double charm to Abyaneh. In fact, the combination of nested alleys, various historical monuments, geometric windows, inlaid doors, etc. is spectacular and attractive for every viewer .

Since this tourist village has provided good accommodation facilities for travelers, you can easily have fun there and spend a night with the local people. Abyaneh village is located at the foot of the Vulture mountain and it shines like a jewel 40 km northwest of Natanz and 70 km south of Kashan in Isfahan province. With the launch of the Kashan-Natanz-Isfahan highway in recent years, tourists can easily access Abyaneh .


Using the Persian Gulf highway that connects Qom to Isfahan is one of the best ways to reach Abyaneh. After Kashan, enter the Abyaneh exit, which will finally reach Abyaneh after passing through the villages of Henjan, Yarand, Kamjan, Barzeh and Tara.


After seeing the beauty of Abyaneh, we go to Khajo Bridge. Khajo Bridge is one of the historical and beautiful bridges of Isfahan, which was considered one of the most beautiful bridges in the world in its era. Walking on this bridge, especially in the evening and early night, is one of the most enjoyable activities that tourists include in their schedule. This bridge, which is one of the sights of Isfahan and a trip to half of the world is not complete without seeing it, in addition to its beauty, it has secrets and surprises that make many to step on this bridge with a close eye and understand it with all their heart. Khajo Bridge of Isfahan is located in the east of Siuse Bridge and is considered one of the unique bridges of Iran in terms of strength, symmetry and architectural style. This bridge was considered one of the most beautiful bridges in the world during the Safavid era, and it is more famous than other bridges in Zayandehrud due to its architecture and tile decorations . As one of the famous places of Isfahan, Khajo historical bridge was included in the list of national works of Iran on 15 January 1310 .

1800 meters away from the 33 Bridge (Allah Verdi Khan Bridge) . This bridge stands out at the southern end of Chaharbagh Khajo and at the eastern end of Kamaluddin Ismail Esfahani Street .


If you plan to get to Khajo Bridge by subway, Si-Sa Pol Station is the closest metro station, you can walk the two kilometers to Khajo Bridge or take a taxi.


The sixth day

On the sixth day, we go to Naqsh Jahan Square. Naqsh Jahan Square, also known as Imam Square, is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Isfahan. In fact, the gathering of many ancient buildings of this city is in Naqsh Jahan Square. This beautiful square has had many ups and downs during its life in different governments, and it has been neglected by the rulers for periods of time. But today Maghish has a lot of fans all over the world .


The registration of this square in the UNESCO World Heritage List shows the importance of this area. During your trip to Isfahan, you can spend a lot of time in this beautiful square and enjoy watching its historical monuments and its beautiful nature. Naqsh Jahan Square of Isfahan is located in the north of this city and in the center of historical sights of Isfahan. In the east of the square, Hafez Street and in the west of Sepeh Street are the entrance routes to this square. Sepeh Street is perpendicular to Zayandehroud and has a high traffic due to the presence of parking at the entrances of this street to the square. You can go to the square on foot from the Standari street, the alley behind the kitchen and all the parallel alleys.

Atiq Square (now Imam Ali) is located in the northeast of Naqsh Jahan Square, and its distance from Naqsh Jahan Square is only two and a half kilometers. Naqsh Jahan field includes three main axes; The first axis is north-south and connects the Imam Mosque to the Qaisaria Gate. The second east-west axis includes the boundary between Imam Mosque and Ali Qapu Mansion. The third axis was also east-west and in line with the Forty Seton Palace to buildings and structures in the past that are completely destroyed today. Today, along the historical buildings and buildings from this square to Zayandehroud, only limited mansions remain, the most famous of which are the Forty Seton mansion and Hasht Behesht Palace.

In the external environment, Naqsh Jahan courtyard of mosques with four porches interrupted by four gates made it possible to travel to the royal palace, the Abbasid Grand Mosque, and the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, which in the past was the monopoly of the king and officials. In recent years, with the opening of the royal road, after its restoration, it has been possible for tourists to visit this route. On this route, passing through its historical space, you will first reach Aali Qapu Palace and after visiting the palace, you will enter the square.

The next place is Shah Mosque. Imam Mosque, which is also known as Jame Abbasi Mosque, Sultani Mosque and Shah Mosque, is one of the mosques of Naqsh Jahan Square, which was built during the Safavid era. This work is considered one of the important buildings of Islamic architecture in Iran and is considered one of the most famous sightseeing places in Isfahan. Imam Mosque is an eternal masterpiece of architecture in the 11th century of Hijri and was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on January 15 , 1310 with registration number 107 .


The Imam Mosque is located on the south side of Naqsh Jahan square in Isfahan and within the boundaries of the Safavid Government House. This building is adjacent to the important buildings of the Safavid era, such as Ali Qapu and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque.

The main entrance of this mosque is located on the south side of the square, and other entrances are in the neighborhoods around the building for faster and easier access for the people of the neighborhood. The building can be easily accessed from Standari Street and Amood alleys (Saadi Passage and Posht Mokhush) on the square, and from Hafez and Sepeh streets after entering the north side of the square, it is possible to walk or use a lift. You can also use public transport or a private car to reach Naqsh Jahan Square. The nearest metro and bus stations are Imam Hossein Square station, and the remaining distance from there to the square can be reached on foot or by taxi. For private car parking, there are several public parking lots on the streets leading to the square.

Ali Qapu Palace in Naqsh Jahan Square of Isfahan is one of the most beautiful examples of Safavid period architecture. This beautiful palace is our next destination after seeing the Shah Mosque. Aali Qapu mansion with outstanding architecture and remarkable decorations by famous Iranian artists attracts the attention of many domestic and foreign tourists. Among the most important parts of Ali Qapu Palace, we can mention the entrance to the palace, the luxurious halls, the music hall on the highest floor, and outstanding works of art in different parts of the Ali Qapo mansion. The main foundations of this mansion are built on wood, and this adds to the architectural charm of Aali Qapu Palace.

Ali Qapu Palace is located in the city of Isfahan and on the west side of Naqsh Jahan square. Naqsh Jahan Square is located in the center of Isfahan and near the north of this city. To reach Aali Qapu mansion, you have to go to Naqsh Jahan square.

Hafez Street from the east side and Sepeh Street from the west side have access to Naqsh Jahan Square. If you plan to visit Ali Qapo Mansion and Naqsh Jahan Square, you can reach Sepeh or Saadi Streets from Standari Street in the west of the square. If you are going to Naqsh Jahan Square with a private vehicle, Sepe Street is a suitable option for you due to its parking .


Keep in mind that the area where Naqsh Jahan Square is located is one of the busy and busy areas of Isfahan city, and the capacity of parking lots may be filled early on busy and busy days. Therefore, it is better not to postpone the visit of Ali Qapu mansion and other sights of Naqsh Jahan Square to the last hours of the day.

Now it is the turn of Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, which is located in Naqsh Jahan Square, Isfahan, was included in the list of national works of Iran on 15th January 1310 , and with its extraordinary architecture, tiling and decorations, it displays the most beautiful and best art of the Safavid period. This magnificent building, which is considered to be one of the sights of Isfahan, has been standing in front of the Ali Qapu mansion and the eastern side of Naqsh Jahan square for centuries and attracts the attention of every domestic and foreign tourist .


Professor Mohammad Reza Isfahani was one of the most famous architects of the Safavid era, who was able to implement Isfahani style of architecture as beautifully as possible in this place. According to Sputnik news agency, this work of art is considered as one of the seven unknown wonders and the most spectacular structures in the world. Sheikh Lotfollah mosque has many differences from other Iranian mosques; so that not only does it not have a minaret; Moreover, there is no mention of a courtyard with four balconies, which confirms the uniqueness of Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. The plan of this mosque is very skillful and professional and the sizes are in perfect proportion and no weakness can be seen in it .


One of the characteristics that exists in most mosques in Isfahan is the sound echoing seven times. The issue that also applies to Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and gives a double attraction to its unique features. The inscriptions and lines inside the mosque are an artistic work of two calligraphers of the era of Shah Abbas, namely Alireza Abbasi and the anonymous calligrapher, Baqer Bana, which have given this mosque a double beauty .


It is interesting to know that the design of the gardens and flower gardens of Tehran’s Azadi Square was inspired by Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque; Of course, with the difference that its architect, Hossein Amanat, has used an oval face for Azadi Square instead of a circular design in the dome of the mosque.

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is located in the city of Isfahan and the famous Naqsh Jahan Square (Imam Square) and is so famous that you can easily find it.


After Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, we will show you the Armenian quarter. In order to prevent the looting and invasion of the Ottoman Turks, the inhabitants of the old days of Jolfa were moved to Isfahan, the fledgling capital of this dynasty, at the initiative of Shah Abbas Safavi. Jolfa, which was once one of the important commercial centers of the Silk Road, was destroyed, but the life of Armenians in New Jolfa of Isfahan started a new story. The Armenian Church of the Holy Mary (Church) is located in Isfahan and Maryam Chapel Street, and in terms of geographical location, it is near important centers such as Jolfa Square, Isfahan Jolfa Armenian Museum and Jolfa Commercial Complex, as well as traditional restaurant and Firouz Pantry, Bethlehem Church, Dr. Hamidreza Sohrabi, Garni Pizza and Day Pharmacy are located there.


Vank Church is the last place to visit on the sixth day of our trip. This church is like a shining gem in the center of Isfahan city. The simple and beautiful architecture, the unique paintings and the age of Vank Church distinguish this historical work from other churches in Iran. Over the years, the Vanak Church has evolved and the addition of various parts to the church grounds and building have added to its importance .

Today, Vank Church still has a strong position among the Armenians of Isfahan and is known all over the world. When visiting this historical attraction in the city of Isfahan, you can enjoy watching the beauty of different parts of Vank Church for long hours.

seventh day


On the seventh day, we will see one of the historical masterpieces in Isfahan. Isfahan, with a large and diverse number of sightseeing places, has always hosted all kinds of tourists from all over Iran and the world. The most important places to see in Isfahan are historical monuments, and Minarjanban is one of them. Some minarets in Iran, despite their high strength, shake in place, and for this reason, they are called minarjanban. One of these attractive and spectacular minarets is Isfahan’s Janban Minar. This building was built long ago in a village called Karladan. Now, this mansion is located around an area called Nasrabad. This historical work is considered to be a part of the city of Isfahan, which was decorated by the skilled and master tilers of that time with turquoise star-shaped tiles and turquoise polygons.


Minarjanban is one of the famous places of Isfahan and it was built about 6 km of the Isfahan road towards Najafabad, on the right side of the road. Around this building, there is another historical monument called Atashgah. To reach this place, you can use a private car or closed and online taxis. To access by car, just go to Atashgah street and after 6 kilometers you will reach Minarjanban. This complex has a parking lot.

The next destination is the beautiful music museum. The city of Isfahan, which is known as “half of the world”, contains a large part of Iran’s historical monuments, culture and art. Isfahan can be considered the cradle of authentic Iranian music; In old Iranian music, there was a position called Maqam of Isfahan. Since the past, this city has been a gathering place for people from different ethnicities and religions, and over time, this gathering has influenced the music culture of the city to some extent. So that a combination of Lori and Bakhtiari instruments, Kerman and Bam music, music of Qashqai nomads and Armenian and Georgian instruments can be seen in the music of Isfahan .


With the opposition of the Qajars to local music, the use of local instruments in Isfahan became less. But its influence on the musical culture of Isfahan remained. Since music plays a prominent role in this city, a special and unique museum was opened in this city to introduce visitors to various national instruments and local instruments of the region. This museum, named Isfahan Music Museum, has attracted the attention of various people, especially art lovers, in a short period of time. Isfahan Music Museum is located in one of the most famous streets of this city called “Cheharbagh Abbasi” street and in the grounds of the beautiful Hasht Behesht Palace. This museum is the first private music museum in Iran.

The next attraction on the seventh day of Safhan Bazaar is sightseeing and shopping, which is our last tourist destination. Isfahan is not only a good host for the history of friends. Rather, anyone with any taste who travels to Isfahan will be satisfied and happy to choose this city as a destination. The markets and shopping centers of Isfahan are so diverse that it is impossible to mention them all .

From the bazaar left over from the Safavid era to the most modern and largest shopping mall in Iran in Isfahan, they will host you for a unique bazaar tour. It is true that we all know Isfahan as a historical city, but Isfahan is not only limited to its traditional texture, and the existence of modern and stylish shopping centers in this city prove to us that Isfahan, in addition to having its historical and original texture, is very It is also modern .

It may be hard to believe that until a few years ago when there was no news about Iran, Tehran’s was the largest shopping center in Iran in Isfahan, which is even among the 5 largest shopping centers in the world . Among the shopping centers of Isfahan, we can mention City Center, Shahr Complex, Hakim Bazaar, Jolfa Shopping Center, Orchid Complex, Arg Azim Jahan Nama Bazaar, etc.

Eighth day

On the eighth day, we will go to Yazd. We made visiting Fahadan neighborhood of Yazd our first destination.

Fahadan neighborhood of Yazd is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Yazd city, which has been one of the most important parts of Yazd city since the past. Today, tourists can spend hours exploring this neighborhood. The oldest building of Yazd city and the historical houses of nobles of Yazd city are located in this neighborhood. The Tomb of Twelve Imams is located exactly in the center of this neighborhood and since this building is the oldest building in the city, it can be seen that this part of the city is as old as the whole city of Yazd. If we want to go back to the starting point of this neighborhood, we have to go back 900 years. To the period when the rule of the Ghaznavid Turks in Iran is on the decline and the central cities of Iran such as Isfahan, Hamedan and Yazd are governed by the Shia Al Kakuyeh government.

In this trip, Iran Tour is trying to invite you to visit this neighborhood in a program of several hours. Fahadan neighborhood is located in the vicinity of Bazar No, Shah Abulqasem, Kushkenu neighborhoods.

Among other sights in Yazd is the city’s Grand Mosque. Many of Yazd’s sights are made up of historical works; Works with unique Iranian architecture, each of which tells an audible story of the history of this city. Among the most famous of these historical buildings located in the center of the city, we can mention Yazd Grand Mosque .


Jame Mosque of Yazd is actually a combination of three mosques that were formed in different historical periods. The original building of the mosque was also built on a Sasanian fire temple. The 900 -year- old Jame Mosque of Yazd is one of the most magnificent and beautiful historical buildings and places of interest in Yazd province, which is located in the center of the city with tall minarets. In the past, the mosque was located in the middle of the old city, in the middle of the fence. The surface area of the mosque is equal to 9800 square meters and 500 square meters of it includes tiles and inscriptions. Yazd Grand Mosque is 104 meters long and 99 meters wide and has seven entrances. These seven entrances are connected to several alleys and exits. Jame Mosque of Yazd is the oldest example of architecture in the 9th century of Hijri in the architecture of the religious area of Yazd. Many residents of Yazd say that the soil of Karbala and Gulab was used to prepare the soil for the tiles and materials of the Jame Mosque. This historical work was registered in the list of national works of Iran on July 31 , 1313 , with number 206 .

Yazd Jame Mosque is located on the west side of Imam Khomeini street and in one of the old neighborhoods. Chaharsouk and Bazar Shahi of Yazd, historical monuments of the 8th century, are located at the end of Jame Mosque street and on its southeast side. The end of the three old bazaars of Yazd city is connected to Chaharsouk. One of these bazaars ends at the Jame Mosque, which, by connecting the other two bazaars with the Jews’ Alley and Dar al-Shafa neighborhood, forms a historical and astonishing complex.


Another sightseeing place that we have considered for you is Iskandar prison. Ziaiyeh School, which is also known as Iskandar Prison, is considered one of the historical monuments and places of interest in Yazd. Ziaiye School was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on March 23 , 1346 AH with the registration number 770 , and due to its location in the historical neighborhood of Fahadan, you can easily visit other historical attractions of Yazd.

Ziaiyeh School is located on Imam street and in the old neighborhood of Fahadan. To reach this amazing building, you have to go to the laundry alley and then by entering Hamam Nou alley, you can see the lofty structure and the magnificent dome of the building.

The last place to visit on the 8th day of Yazd is Amir Chakhmaq Mosque. When you have finished visiting Amirchakhmaq Square, visit one of the most beautiful mosques in this city, “Amirchakhmaq Mosque”, which belongs to the same complex . This mosque, which today is located on the south side of Amir Chakhmaq Square, was located outside the city wall during the Qajar period, and the year of its completion is also in the inscription of the mosque, which is written in the handwriting of “Mohammed Hakim”, one of the most prominent writers of the 9th century AH. It was registered in 841 AH ( 816 AH) .

Amir Chakhmaq Mosque of Yazd in terms of beauty, size and importance; It is the second mosque after Jame Mosque in Yazd. Amirchakhmaq Square is located in the old context of this city. To visit this historical complex, you must go to Imam Khomeini Street in Yazd. In addition to a private car, you can use public transportation such as buses and taxis . If you visit Amir Chakhmaq square, we suggest you walk in the alleys around it and enjoy the architecture and old texture of the city .


the ninth day

On the 9th day, we will stay in Yazd city and visit the rest of the sightseeing areas of this sunny city. On the ninth day, we go to the Zoroastrian tomb. A tomb is different from a crypt and is considered a type of rock architecture. A crypt is a place on top of a mountain where people’s corpses were placed to be disintegrated by birds and animals; But Gordakhme was a tomb that was dug in the form of a room to bury one or more people in the heart of mountains, hills or rocks and had enough space for sitting, placing things and holding ceremonies. There are different theories about the age of tombs. Of course, sometimes the tombs are mistakenly referred to as Studan, which is different from Gordakhme. Studdans were built in the heights of cities or living places with a circular and cylindrical plan, and in fact, it is the same ossuary where Zoroastrians put their dead. With the passage of time and the increase of population in cities and villages, they also changed the way of burying the dead and moved the bodies to the cemetery.

Zoroastrian crypt tomb, which is also called Tower of Silence and Silence, shows the burial customs in the past and has a structure that was used by the followers of Zoroastrian religion . In the distant past, the bodies of Zoroastrians were placed in the tower to feed the birds. Later, they throw the bones in a well. This was done to prevent soil contamination .

This crypt is located 15 kilometers southeast of Yazd, near the Safaiyah area, on a low sedimentary mountain called Dakhme Mountain.


The next destination of the trip on the ninth day after Zoroastrian crypt is Zoroastrian fire temple. Yazd is a desert city and may not seem very attractive at first glance, but you need to know that this city has so many unique attractions that it has been registered as the first world city of Iran in the UNESCO World Heritage List. One of the charms of Yazd is the peaceful and peaceful life of different religions. This issue is clear from the existence of various religious buildings in Yazd; So that the building of the fire temple is located in the heart of the city and a few neighborhoods away, Yazd Jame Mosque stands tall. There are also Zoroastrian crypts in the middle of the city of Hosseinieh Amirchakhmaq and a little further away. One of the most attractive buildings is the Zoroastrian fire temple in Yazd, whose fire is more than 1500 years old. The year of opening of this building is 1313 solar and its architectural style is Achaemenid.

According to Zoroastrians, Yazd fire temple is a holy place, so there are some rituals to enter it. First, people should be clean when entering this place. Second, women cannot enter it in certain courses. Third, men should wear a white hat and women should wear a white scarf along with light-colored clothes and take off their shoes, and no one should approach the sacred fire because human breath pollutes it.

To see this beautiful and amazing attraction, you can visit Ayatollah Kashani Boulevard in Yazd city.

After the fire temple, we go to a dream neighborhood where you have never felt such moments anywhere else. The Zoroastrian neighborhood of Yazd is one of the must-see places in this desert city, which can be attractive to any tourist in its male and female knockers on wooden doors, sitting platforms and reconciliation alleys.

At first glance, maybe the Zoroastrian neighborhood of Yazd is nothing more than an attractive historical area; But with a closer look and with a little information about its background, you can understand all the details that are purposefully made in it .


Before Arabs conquered Iran and Iranians accepted Islam, Zoroastrianism was the official religion of Iranians. Many Zoroastrians migrated to Yazd at that time and remained in Zoroastrianism by paying taxes. Currently, many of our Iranian customs are rooted in this ancient religion, and although the population of Zoroastrians in Yazd has decreased; But still many of them live in Yazd.

Before visiting the fire temple of Yazd, take a walk in the narrow adobe streets of the Zoroastrian neighborhood, which will surely be fascinating to you.

Akhin, the place of our visit is in front of Zanham Bagh Daulat Abad. Daulat Abad Garden is one of the must-see places in Yazd and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Iran. It is located on Shahid Rajaei Street in Chahar Minar neighborhood inside Ferdowsi or Hosseinieh Ferdous Alley and it is also accessible from Daulat Abad Boulevard. During the Qajar era, this garden was connected to the Chahar Minar gate, but it was still outside the city. But with the passage of time, the surrounding urban fabric filled it, so that during the Pahlavi period of construction, it covered the surrounding suburbs and gradually the garden was located in the center of Yazd city.

To see Daulatabad garden, travel to Yazd province and travel to Yazd city. After reaching this city, you can find this garden in Pamnar neighborhood. So go to Daulat Bad Boulevard and then Shahid Rajaee Street, in Hosseinieh or Ferdowsi Street is the place that houses Daulat Abad Garden.


10th day

The first resort for the 10th day of Persepolis is always proud. Takht Jamshid is a symbol of grandeur in ancient Iran and one of the must-see places in Shiraz. Perhaps the Persepolis region and the remaining buildings in it can be considered as one of the most important documents of the history of civilization in the world. Therefore, eminent scientists and archaeologists from all over the world have traveled to Iran to visit Persepolis .


Takht Jamshid is a relic of the Achaemenid kings in Iran since 2500 years ago. Considering the greatness of the Achaemenid Empire in ancient Iran, which included a significant part of the eastern part of the world, one can realize the glory of the headquarters of these kings in Persepolis .


What draws the world’s attention to Persepolis is not only the history of this ancient city. Archaeologists have realized the advanced civilization in ancient Iran from the detailed study of the inscriptions and works obtained from this region. The social laws of the Achaemenid era have also surprised many historians.

Takht Jamshid is located in an area with good weather near Marv Dasht of Shiraz in Fars province. Despite the fact that many parts of Fars province are tropical, this region near Maroodasht has a cool and moderate climate due to being in the mountainous environment. Takht Jamshid is located in a mountainous area between the villages of Firuzi, Kanara and Istakhar.

After Persepolis, Naghse Rostam is always a permanent destination. Naqsh Rostam Shiraz is a historical area in Fars mountains and the oldest buildings, tombs, reliefs and inscriptions of ancient Iran are located in it. Around Naqsh Rostam, there are other historical areas, which are an important historical source for knowing the history and civilization of Iran in the period before Christ and early years of Christ .


The distinction of Naqsh Rostam compared to other historical attractions of Fars is the placement of works from three prominent historical periods in it. The region of Naqsh Rostam had a special place for the Achaemenid and Sasanian kings, and for this reason, many works left from these periods can be found in Naqsh Rostam.

The ancient area of Naghse Rostam is one of the famous places in Marvdasht and is located about 10 kilometers north of Persepolis or Persepolis in Fars province. Naqsh Rostam is also a short distance from Naqsh Rajab, and you can reach Naqsh Rostam to Naqsh Rajab by walking only three kilometers. Naghsh Rostam region in Fars province is close to the southern parts of the country, and to travel to it from the north, northeast and northwest regions of the country, you have to travel a long way.

The camera should be with you and you should even put it aside as an essential item so that you can also record historical events and add them to your memory.


the eleventh day

On the 11th day, we are in Shiraz and we will visit places such as Nasir al-Mulk Mosque. Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Shiraz, which dates back to the Qajar period. This mosque is located in a neighborhood that used to belong to the Qavam family, and a number of historical monuments of that era are located there. Today, this lovely mosque, which is also known as the Pink Mosque, is considered one of the most popular sights in Fars province in Shiraz and is very popular among domestic and foreign tourists.

Nasir al-Mulk mosque is located in Gudaraban neighborhood and Lotfali Khan Zand street.

Narenjestan garden is your invitation place after visiting the Nasir al-Mulk mosque. Narenjestan Qavam garden is one of the famous places of Fars province in Shiraz and it is located in “Balakoft” neighborhood and in the eastern part of the end of Lotfali Khan Zand street. This area is located almost at the end and eastern point of the old city; The place where the Government Gate, Munzer Gate and the whole of Sheikh Abu Dhar’a were located in the past. Among the other historical sights around this complex, we can mention the Zaintul-Maluk House, the Nasir-ul-Molk Mosque, and the Parhami Traditional House, which are located at a short distance from each other on Lotf Ali Khan Zand Street.

To access this complex, you can move east from the Namazi intersection along Lotf Ali Khan Zand Street and after passing the Nasirul Molek Mosque, you can see this complex on your left. During the busy hours of the day, parking in this area is a bit of a problem, considering the proper length of the street, you can stop the car at a reasonable distance.


The next place of our entertainment is Karimkhani Citadel or Karim Khan Prison. This place is one of the attractions of the city of poetry and literature. This magnificent and beautiful building was built by Karimkhan Zand, known as Vakil al-Raaya, in 1180 AH. After coming to power and choosing Shiraz as the seat of his rule, he decided to build a large square in the north of old Shiraz, like Naqsh Jahan Square in Isfahan. In the past, this square was called Topkhaneh, on the north side of which was Diwankhaneh Karimkhan, on the east side of Vakil Bazaar Square and several caravanserais, on the south side of Hammam Square and Vakil Mosque, on the southwest side of that garden, and on the west side of Arg and Andoroni Square.

Karimkhan Citadel has seen various uses over time. Once upon a time, this citadel was considered the place of life and reign of Karim Khan. After the conquest of Shiraz by Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar, due to the hostility and enmity he had with Karim Khan; He ordered the destruction of some Karimkhani buildings, and as a result of this decision, a number of Zandiyeh buildings, including the city wall, were destroyed. Fortunately, the building of the citadel was protected from destruction and it was used as the residence of the princes who were chosen by the central government to be the governorship and governorship of Fars.

Karimkhan Citadel is one of the famous places of Fars province in Shiraz city. This citadel is located in the city center and in the municipal square.

In the continuation of Shiraz trip, we will go to Vakil Mosque. Shiraz is one of the most famous tourist destinations and every traveler, both Iranian and foreign, always leaves this city with a bag full of happy memories. One of the most famous attractions in Shiraz is Vakil Mosque. The Vakil Mosque was built during the Karim Khan Zand era, using the best available materials.

Vakil Mosque is located in the vicinity of Vakil Bazaar and on Taleghani Street in Shiraz. You won’t have much trouble finding public transportation to reach Vakil Mosque. The location of the mosque near Shahrdari Square, which is one of the main and busy squares of Shiraz, has made it very easy to access. The nearest metro station to the mosque is Zandiye station and the nearest bus station is Maidan Shahada station.


The last resort on the 11th day is Vakil Bazaar. The concentration of a large number of sights such as historical monuments, lovely gardens, tombs and various museums has made Shiraz one of the top tourist destinations. Among the multitude of these attractions, Shiraz’s Vakil market is one of the most famous.

Vakil Bazaar is one of the most attractive places of Fars province in Shiraz. This market has different entrances that you can use to reach the market. These entrances are located in Zand, Taleghani and Lotfali Khan streets in Zand. The main entrance of North and South Vakil markets is located on Zand St., on the east side of Shahrdari Square.

The tomb of Ali in Hamzah is one of our tourist destinations in Shiraz, which is a very peaceful and scenic place. Ali bin Hamza’s tomb is one of the historical and religious monuments and places of interest in Shiraz. This tomb belongs to “Shah Mir Ali bin Hamza bin Musa Kazem”, the grandson of Hazrat Imam Musa Kazem (AS). The tomb of Ali bin Hamzah was built in the Dilmian period by the hand of Amir Azd al-Doulah Deilmi, and parts of it were restored in the Timurid period. Another part of it was renovated during the Pahlavi era, by the late Habibullah Jokar and under the supervision of the architect of that period, Mr. Pirovani. The unique shrine of this mausoleum attracts the attention of every viewer with inlay work and calligraphy, and its entrance with inlay is one of the other beauties of this mausoleum.


Eram Garden in Shiraz cannot be removed from the tourist list, which is very spectacular. Eram Garden is one of the tourist attractions of Shiraz and is an example of a garden-koshk, which is very popular among tourists due to its citrus trees and long avenue with magnificent cedars on its sides. In addition to the main pavilion of the Qajar era, which forms the central core of this garden; The tall and old seronazes have doubled its beauty. Shiraz Eram Garden with an area of 110,380 square meters was registered in the national register on November 14 , 1353 .

Eram Garden is one of the most important sights of Fars province in Shiraz, which is located on Eram Street, near Eram Square and near Shiraz University complex .


The closest metro station to Bagh Eram is Namazi metro station. After getting off the train, you can walk for about 10 minutes and cross Student Square and Eram Square to reach Bagh Eram or take a taxi to the garden .


If you are planning to go to the garden by car and you are going to Eram Garden from the northern parts of the city, the best way to access it is Shahid Chamran Blvd. After entering Shahid Chamran boulevard, you should continue to the end of the boulevard and turn left from Student Square (Elam Square) and go to Eram Square (Hospital Square). After reaching Eram Square, you should turn right and enter Eram Street to reach Eram Garden a little later. If you are going to Eram Garden from the southern parts of the city, you should reach Azadi Street and enter Eram Street from there. If you continue along Eram Street until near Eram Square, Eram Garden will be on your left.

The last tourist place in this 13-day tour is Hafiziya Shiraz. A place that is almost universal and people still know it. Khwaja Shamsuddin Mohammad Hafez Shirazi, known as Lasan al-Ghaib, Tarjanam al-Asrar and Lasan al-Arafa, is a great poet of the 8th century of Iran and one of the famous orators of the world, whose sonnets are famous and special. He has a special place among Iranians because of his mystical poems, and many people often refer to Hafez when they are homesick or on many ancient occasions such as Yalda night .


In this regard, Hafiziyah is not only one of the most important tourist attractions of Shiraz for the residents of this city, but also one of the main places that must be visited on a trip to Shiraz.

Hafiziyah is one of the most famous sights of Fars province in Shiraz. This place, which has become famous because of the location of Hafez’s tomb in it, is actually a cemetery complex in the southern part of the famous gate of Shiraz, the Qur’an Gate. Hafez, who has a global personality, attracts many domestic and foreign tourists to visit this complex every year, and even large concerts have been held in the Hafez area, among them, we can mention the concert of Mohammad Reza Shajarian in 1342 and 1370 and the concert of Ostad Nazeri. . Today, with many changes that began in 2006, this collection has expanded. Hafeziyah is not limited to Hafez’s tomb and has different parts that benefit from beautiful architecture and greenery. The tomb of Khwaja Shamsuddin Mohammad Hafez Shirazi was registered in the list of national monuments of Iran by the Ministry of Culture and Arts in 1354 with number 1009 .

The intersection between the intersection of Literature and Hafizeh intersection has been paved for several years; Of course, in the beginning, it was supposed to be turned into a pedestrian path and the passage of vehicles on this path would be limited; But currently, the movement of vehicles is allowed from the side of the Hafizeh intersection to the direction of the Literature intersection.


the thirteenth day

After a very excellent trip from all points of view, we are returning to Tehran. I hope we will be on your selection list for the next time so that we can explore other places in Iran together.


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