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Yazd: The Eternal Civilization

Yazd is one of the rare places in the world where you can taste the still alive and dominant flavor of a civilization that has flourished for millennia. Located in terrain and more arid and forbidding than the deserts of Nevada, this oasis is still breathing and shining thanks mostly to the very unique and sophisticated technology invented by the Persian people sometime in the early first millennium BC to guarantee not only a reliable supply of water, but also a sustainable peace between the people of different areas and/or different religions.

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Where to Sleep on Budget in Iran? (Iran Budget Hotels)

Traveling has nothing to do with lust for you and you don’t care a whit about hotels? Then this article is for you. Focusing on price, comfort, and cleanliness, this articles gives you a good start for choosing the right hotel.

In Iran, you’ll easily find many cheap hotels, called Mosaferkhane in Persian, that offer dorms for a few dollars per night (10-20$). If these places are suitable for backpackers, they would definitely repel the tourists. I considered a hotel as budget if it offers double rooms for less than 50$ a night.

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Iran Travel Hack: Stunning Places to Go in Each Season

Iran has so many stunning places to visit such as incredible ancient sites, mesmerizing mosques, historic bazaars, spectacular gardens, and natural wonders. Ranked eighteenth in size among the countries of the world, Iran is a vast country with a variable climate. Just look at it on the map, and you feel its hugeness closely. Want a detailed comparison? Iran is 4.56 times as big as Germany, 6.71 times as big as the United Kingdom, and 4.31 times as big as Japan. Iran is only 4% smaller than Alaska, the largest state in the United States. The good news is that there is no hurricane, typhoon, tsunami, and severe weather season or any no-no traveling time in term of climate to afraid of.

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