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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Historic Port of Kong

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Historic Port of Kong

At a 2006 census, its population was 14,881, in 2,908 families. Kong residents speak and write in Arabic, and many of them can also speak Persian.

The city has in the past centuries been a big manufacturer of wooden ships called dhow.

The Kong’s port has been used by businessman for exchanging goods with other regions, including Iraq’s Basra, Oman’s Muscat, India and even Africa.

Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcraft and Tourism Organisation (ICHTO) is making preparations to try registering the Kong Port at the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

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Abgoosht: One of the Most Traditional Foods of Iran

Abgoosht: One of the Most Traditional Foods of IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Abgoosht is a Persian and Mesopotamian stew. It is also called Dizi, which refers to the traditional stone crocks it is served in....
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Shrine of Fatima Massumeh in Iran's Qom

Shrine of Fatima Massumeh in Iran's QomTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Hazrat Fatima Masumeh (SA), the daughter of Imam Kazem (AS), the seventh Shiite Imam and sister of the eighth Shiite Imam, Imam Reza (AS) is one of the ...
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Nowruz Travels in Iran Increase by 20%: VP

Nowruz Travels in Iran Increase by 20%: VP

He said an overall number of 74 million travellers/nights has been registered during Nowruz holidays which shows a 20 percent growth compared with the previous year.

132 m...

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Tulips Festival Underway in Iran’s Markazi Province

Tulips Festival Underway in Iran’s Markazi Province

The event has been held in an area of 8,000 square metres with 21 types of tulips on show. The event would be underway until April 14 at Arak Industrial Town.

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Saryazd Castle: One of the Greatest, Most Beautiful Castles in Iran

Saryazd Castle: One of the Greatest, Most Beautiful Castles in IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Saryazd Castle (Qal’eh Saryazd in Persian) is a historical castle built during Sassanid Dynasty (the 3th-7th century). The castle dates back before Isla...
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“Iran’s Tabriz, Nakhchivan Must Boost Ties as Tourism, Cultural Capitals of Muslim World”

“Iran’s Tabriz, Nakhchivan Must Boost Ties as Tourism, Cultural Capitals of Muslim World”

In a Friday meeting with Vasif Talibov, the Chairman of the Supreme Assembly of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Zarif pointed to the selection of Iran’s Tabriz as the...

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Chogha Zanbil: An Ancient Elamite Complex in Khuzestan Province of Iran

Chogha Zanbil: An Ancient Elamite Complex in Khuzestan Province of IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) -The ruins of the holy city of the Kingdom of Elam, surrounded by three huge concentric walls, are found at Tchogha Zanbil. Founded c. 1250 B. C. the city...
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Iranian Artworks in Photos: Painting on Jahlah Jars

Iranian Artworks in Photos: Painting on Jahlah Jars

Jahlah jars are widespread in Hormozgan thanks to their ability to naturally cool the water when hung.

In a recent exhibition, several artists of Bandar Abbas put on displ...

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Shazdeh Garden: A Green Oasis Lying in the Heart of Desert

Shazdeh Garden: A Green Oasis Lying in the Heart of DesertTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Shazdeh Garden (Prince Garden) is a historical Persian garden located near Mahan in the southern province of Kerman. Mahan is renowned for the tomb of t...
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Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex: A Melting Pot of Tradition, Trade, Culture

Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex: A Melting Pot of Tradition, Trade, CultureTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Tabriz historic bazaar complex, a labyrinth of interconnected covered passages that adds up to about 5 kms, has been a melting pot of cultural exchange ...
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Mount Damavand is the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcano in Asia.

Travel tips

Things to Know Before Trip
One of the most important things to remember is that Iranians aren’t Arabs, they’re Persian. They speak Farsi (and other dialects), not Arabic, and some people might feel offended if you great them with Arabic words.
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