persian culture greatly impacts world literature

persian culture greatly impacts world literature Iran's rich culture and literature highly influence world and Serbia's poetry and prose, observed the director of National Library of Serbia. Laslo Blaskovic made the remark in a meeting with Iran's Cultural Attaché in Serbia Mahmoud Shalooei on Wednesday. "We respect Iran's rich culture which has a long history…

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GILAN TRAVEL GUIDE

Enjoying splendid natural beauty, a pleasant climate, lofty mountains covered with lush vegetation and luxuriant forests, this province attracts a large number of visitors each year. Situated to the south of the Caspian Sea (the largest land locked body of water in the world), Gilan covers an area of 14709 sq kms. This province is…

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GOLESTAN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

By Saeedeh Khodaverdian & Atefeh Rezvan-Nia Situated in the northeast of Iran, Golestan province is one of the best tourist destinations of the country in view of its enchanting natural attractions, wide ethnic diversity and numerous historical sites. The province is home to international wetlands, dense forests, bubbling springs, and tens of waterfalls. Golestan is…

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Qazvin

Qazvin is the largest city and capital of the Qazvin (province) in Iran. Qazvin was an ancient capital in the Persian Empire and nowadays is known as calligraphy capital of Iran. The most famous calligrapher was Mir Emad Qazvini. Dehkhoda who wrote the Persian dictionary (you can find his statue in Azadi Square. The most…

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zanjan travel guide

province Situated in northwest Iran, Zanjan is a mountainous and hilly city which is divided into three regions with different climates. Takht-e-soleyman, Taleghan, and Kooh-e-Rostam are the most important mountains in the province. The vegetation of the province varies from one area to another, but it is generally made up of forests and pastures. The…

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Ali Qapu Palace

Ali Qapu Palace is located in Isfahan facing Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. It was constructed at the end of the 16th century as a residence for Shah Abbas I. This six-storey palace once served as a monumental gateway to the royal palaces. It also functioned as a reception pavilion for foreign dignitaries and embassies to the…

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