Iran is a home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, Iranian history is as stormy as it gets, With so many historical places to visit in Iran, traveling all around the country you can soak in every period and delve into the nation’s tangled past, Be in a mosque, a palace or a bazaar, Iranian buildings are finely decorated and glow with ornamental elegance. Each province, each city, each village has its own history, Different cities different stories. now we are here to introduce the less known destinations in Iran which are very unique and special and really worth a visit.

Masouleh

it is located about 1,050 meters above sea level, but the range of elevation varies by over a hundred meters in the village. The roofs of houses on lower tiers are used as courtyards for houses on the tiers above them. Further inland, the landward side of the Alborz receives very little rainfall and rapidly becomes arid. The native language of Masouleh’s inhabitants is Talysh, a language spoken by fewer than a million people around the western and southern shores of the Caspian Sea. Masuleh architecture is unique. The spectacular architecture of Masuleh is popularly known as “The yard of the building above is the roof of the building below”.Yellow clay coats the exterior of most buildings in Masuleh. This allows for better visibility in the fog.

Masouleh Forest Park is one of the most beautiful forest parks in northern Iran and even in the Middle East. The variety of plants in this park is very large and trees like rush, alder, hornbeam, hazelnut, as well as herbs and herbs are also seen in it. waterfall Kooshm and Larcheshme and Kourbar.

Masuleh

Masuleh, north of Iran

Hamedan

One of the most captivating sites in Iran which is located in southwest, Hamadan, it is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities. The major sights of this city are the Ganj Nameh inscription, the Avicenna monument, and the Baba Taher monument. Hamadan is in the proximity of the Alvand mountains and has a dry summer, The various air currents of this region are the north and northwest winds of the spring and winter seasons, which are usually humid and bring rainfall. Hamadan is home to many poets and cultural celebrities. it has always been well known for handicrafts like ceramics, leather, and carpets. you can book Hamedan hotels easily through 1stQuest.

Tomb of Baba Taher

Tomb of Baba Taher Hamadan, Iran

Kerman

The other less unknown province of southeastern Iran is Kerman, The Bam citadel is the largest adobe building in the world which is a city in Kerman,  People of Kerman make excellent clothes, long-lasting cotton cloths which are sent to places all over the world, these are sold in Khorasan, Iraq, and Egypt. The ancient citadel of Arg-e Bam has a history dating back around 2,000 years ago, to the Parthian Empire, but most buildings were built during the Safavid dynasty. The modern city of Bam has gradually developed as an agricultural and industrial center, Bam has a desert climate with long, hot summers and mild, short winters. The average annual rainfall is around 60 mm. you can book Kerman hotels easily through 1stQuest.

Arg e Bam Kerman

Arg e Bam, Kerman, Iran

Kermanshah

In the western province of Iran, Kermanshah, formerly Bakhtaran city, capital of Kermanshah, The city lies in the fertile valley of the Qareh Su River and is situated on the ancient caravan route between the Mediterranean Sea and Central Asia. A majority of people in Kermanshah Province are Shia, and there are Sunni and Yarsanist minority groups and their main language is Kurdish. some of these cave sites are located in Bisetun and north of Kermanshah. It also has famous sweets made of rice, locally known as Nân berendji. The other famous Kermanshahi good is a special kind of oil, locally known as Rüne Dân and globally in Iran known as Roghan Kermanshahi. The Giveh of Kermanshah known as Klash is the highest quality Giveh (kind of shoe). you can book Kermanshah hotels easily through 1stQuest.

Kermanshah

Taq e Bostan, Kermanshah, Iran

Kandovan

In the northwest corner of Iran is the quaint and mysterious thirteenth-century village of Kandovan. Located in Iran’s East Azerbaijan province, The 60 km drive to Kandovan south from Tabriz passes through Khosrowshahr and ascends the slopes of the hills at the base of Kuh-e (Mount) Sahandthrough the Osku Chai valley. Chai or Chay is a Turkic word for river. The village of Kandovan is also part of the Lake Urmia region, the region where the predecessors of the Persians and the Medes first entered recorded history in an 844 BCE Assyrian inscription, and the region that is central to the start of the second phase of Zoroastrian history. you can book Laleh Kandovan hotel easily through 1stQuest.

Kandovan village

Kandovan village, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran

Kish

In the south of Iran, Kish Island is a small land like a ship went aground warm and shallow waters of the Persian Gulf. Microecosystems of Kish Island is extensively dominated by phenomena caused by vast territorial waters whose daylong temperature changes throughout the year are very trivial. Water-vapor pressure in Kish Island is somehow high in most days of the year (relative humidity: 50-60%). The average daily temperature difference in the Island throughout the year is less than 9-10 degrees, and temperature falling never reaches the freezing or zero degrees. kish markets and Tourist Attractions of Kish Island is vast. you can book Kish hotels easily through 1stQuest. if you are looking for luxury accommodations in Kish check out this article: luxury hotels in Kish

Kish Island

Kish Island, Iran

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