Iran is a country with respecting Islamic rules including “Hijab”. However such rules are not observed strictly, especially for tourists and foreigners.
Whether you are a backpacker who is interested in local foods or simply a busy businessman, traveling can be challenging.
While it’s not as comfortable and fast as Europe or North America, Iran has a high quality and very affordable transportation system.
Whether you’re an all-the-frills luxury traveler or a backpacker traveling to Iran on a budget, you need to plan ahead with respect to the handling of the monetary units.
If you are in this situation the best practice is to calm down and call to 110.
Hafez is one of the most famous Persian poets of the 14th century (8th century Hegira).
Saadi was born in 1207 and was one of the greatest poets of in Iran.
Born in 1048, Khayyam lived in the 11th and 12th centuries, during the reign of the Seljuqs and was much respected by the Seljuq kings.
Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī was a 13th-century poet and mystic, known as Mowlavi in Iran and the Middle East.
The archeologists have discovered many vivid traces of pre-historical and historical civilization in Iran Plateau.
The Elamite is the name of a race other than the Aryans who lived in the west and southwest of Iran and their history dates back to about 5000 years ago.
Median empire is the first organized government in Iran that was established around 708BC by Diocese.
The first and the greatest Persian empire in the world was the Achaemenid empire, founded in 550 BC by Cyrus the great, the grandson of the last Median king, Astyages.
The only Greek dynasty in Iran was the Seleucid dynasty, who ruled Iran for about 80 years.
The second Iranian Dynasty was the Parthian Empire that ruled Iran and neighboring countries for about 5 centuries (248BC-224A.D).
The second Persian empire, was founded in the year 224 AD by Ardeshir papakan, who named the empire as Sassanid after the name of his ancestor, Sassan.