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Persepolis, a Building as Magnificent as History
Sunday, April 27, 2008
Persepolis is a complex of buildings which was constructed by Darius I in about 520 B.C. on a stone plate with an area of 125,000 square meters on the slopes of Rahmat Mountains which stands about 55 km northeast of Shiraz. Persepolis is an age-old building from the ancient times of Iran which stands for the ancient Iranian civilization and culture.
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First International Geopark of the Middle East on Qeshm Island
Monday, April 21, 2008
Iran is planning to expand tourism attractions of international Qeshm island geopark.
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Bushehr: Land of Sun on the Coasts of Persian Gulf
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Bushehr, the sunny land south of Iran is neighboring the Persian Gulf and has been a cradle of Persian civilization and the land of brave men who have fought foreign forces.
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Sohrab Sepehri, A Leading Persian Modern Poet and Painter
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Iran pays tribute to Sohrab Sepehri, a leading Persian modern poet and painter who dedicated his works to man's bond with nature.
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The National Day of Sheikh Sa'di Shirazi
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Iran commemorates the national day of Sheikh Sa'di Shirazi, the prominent classical medieval Persian poet, mystic and metaphysicist.
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Khuzestan, Iran’s Spring Paradise
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Khuzestan province enjoys very pleasant climatic conditions during new Iranian year holidays and, therefore, has been called Iran’s spring paradise and is visited by a great number of vacationers every year.
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FARS: THE IDENTITY OF IRAN’S CIVILIZATION
Monday, April 14, 2008
Fars province, which contains many historical relics like Persepolis, Pasargad and the ancient Estakhr city, is thus considered as the identity of Iran’s civilization.
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JANDAQ: 2,000-YEAR OLD CITY
Monday, April 14, 2008
Those who are familiar with literature and poetry associate Jandaq with the famous poet of 12th century AH, that is, Yaghmay-e Jandaqi. However, the city itself, which is located in the desert area of Iran, is mostly unknown. For domestic and foreign tourists, astrologists, historians and lovers of cultural heritage, Jandaq contains many positive points and can be considered a city with many good things and many faces.
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Soltanieh Dome, An Iranian World Heritage Site
Saturday, April 12, 2008
The mausoleum of Oljeitu Khodabandeh, known as the Soltanieh Dome is a unique 700-year-old brick structure located near Iran's western province of Zanjan.
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Iran: Tourists Attractions
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Iran is a country with enormous cultural and historical attractions which draw in landmark number of tourists in different seasons of the year, especially in spring and at time of Noruz, marking start of the New Year.
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