Iran Travel Guide

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Iran Highlights

  • Pro
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    suvanki says…

     Fascinating Country, Friendly locals, low key tourism, No Mc Donalds!!! 

  • Con
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    JohnniOmani says…

     Pollution, Islamic Law 

  • In a nutshell
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    johnsakura says…

     Amazing Exotic place! yes Exotic! 

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Tehran

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516,1662,21

Shiraz

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218,593,5

Esfahan

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339,996,10

Kish

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72,251,1

Mashhad

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88,177,6

Yazd

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129,431,1

Tabriz

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57,125,2

Kerman

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39,91,3

Kashan

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63,281,0

Qazvin

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40,169,0

Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis)

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54,260,0

Masuleh

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31,153,0

Ahvaz

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25,27,0

Takht-e Soleyman

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28,168,0

Neyshabur

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21,86,0

Karaj

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8,23,0

Tus

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16,72,0

Jazireh-ye Kish

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13,21,0

Pasargadae

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9,47,0

Naqsh-e Rostam

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14,62,0

Bandar-e Lengeh

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5,36,0

Rey

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18,92,0

Bushehr

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10,34,0

Abyaneh

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9,88,0

Gorgan

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11,23,0

Lavasan-e Bozorg

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3,13,0

Gazor Khan

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5,106,0

Bandar `Abbas

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9,26,0

Abarkuh

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1,6,0

Takht-e-Jamshid

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5,22,0

Sanandaj

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4,4,0

Jazireh-ye Qeshm

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2,10,0

Shahrud

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22,28,0

Orumiyeh

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4,8,0

Kashan

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3,6,0

Khorramabad

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0,1,0

Shush

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8,15,0

Qom

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4,35,7

Kharanaq

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12,61,0

Kermanshah

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10,22,0

Hamedan

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12,32,0

Qom

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5,11,0

Soltaniyeh

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6,66,0

Dasht-e Arzhan

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18,80,0

Birjand

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5,23,0

Yasuj-e Amiri

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0,3,0

Zanjan

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10,47,0

Zahedan

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5,4,0

Varamin

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2,25,0

Taq-e Bostan

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0,1,0

Tehran

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  • shopping mall

    Tehran Shopping

    Hyper Star is the joint venture project of a Korean entrepreneur with some Dubai-based Iranian businessmen and foreign investors. Here you have high end boutique shops carrying imported brands such as Mango, Geox, G. Ferre, Massimo Dutti, Benneton, Giordano etc. Also ahuge supermarket located on the ground floor, takes after the City Centre’s...

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  • Escan Hotel

    Tehran Hotels

    Enghelab Ave., Mousavi, Tehran, Iran

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • FREE FREE FREE haircut for Males in...

    Tehran Favorites

    Qasre Mou Hair InstituteHello Guys! Its only for you gentlemen and not females :-)Well there is a Hair Institute for students who are willing to become Barbers and male beauticians to study different styles of Hair Cut, Shampooing, Head Massage, etc….This institute accept males for haircut and its for FREE!! So if your hair has grown long and you...

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Shiraz

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  • Enter the Jewel Box - Shah e Cheragh

    Shiraz Things to Do

    The Shah e Cheragh contains the elaborate mirror glass mausoleum of the two brothers, who fled to Shiraz during one of many periods of persecution of Shia Muslims by followers of a different version of their imaginary friend. The once simple toms of Mir Ahmed and Mir Mohammad have been transformed into elaborate structures, topped by beautiful...

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  • Homa

    Shiraz Hotels

    The Homa is designated a 5 star hotel, and it does have the facilities of a top hotel - but they...

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  • Good Quiet Gateway Airport

    Shiraz Transportation

    We had decided for a number of reasons not to visit Teheran, so it made good sense to make Shiraz our entry point to Iran.There are many flights from Dubai and other Persian Gulf States to to Shiraz. Though we were almost derailed when our Gulf Air flights from Bahrain were cancelled during the Arab Spring.We were rebooked on Iran Air, but missed...

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Esfahan

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  • THE BEST VIEW IN ESFAHAN !

    Esfahan Restaurants

    You won’t do better than this restaurant in Esfahan. It is located next to the Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque in the main Imam (Naqsh-e Jahan) Square. Their food is made from the finest ingredients and service is excellent. Like all restaurants in Iran, its still amazingly cheap. The interior is tasteful and traditional. The outside seating is reserved...

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  • Hasht Behesht Palace

    Esfahan Hotels

    We stayed 4 nights in a spacious 1 bedroom apartment in this conveniently located Hotel. The evening...

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  • Shop beneath the Vaults

    Esfahan Things to Do

    Eshafan's Grand Bazaar extends almost 2 km between the ancient Jameh mosque and the city's central Naqsh-e Jahan Square. It is said to be the longest vaulted street in the world. From this spine extend numerous secondary markets, caravanserais, baths, warehouses, mosques and schools. At the Jameh Mosque terminus, the shops are dedicated clothing to...

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Kish

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  • Kariz-e-Kish

    Kish Things to Do

    Kariz-e-Kish (also called Payab) is an ancient underground water system with aqueducts and reservoirs 16 metres below surface, under a coralline layer. The system is over 2000 years old and covers about 10 000 sq metres. It has been restored and there are now a traditional tea house and handicraft stalls there.Arriving to the Kariz I was surprised...

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  • Dariush Grand Hotel

    Kish Hotels

    The main feature of this hotel is it's architecture,remembering the Achaemanids' palace and a...

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  • Transportation

    Kish Transportation

    At present, there are a number of international airlines flying to Kish Airport. The most popular airline with the most regular domestic and international flights in Kish is "Kish Air". Kish Air has international flights to Dubai, Istanbul, Varna, Muscat, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. Kish Air also offers domestic flights to Iran's main cities, including...

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Mashhad

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  • Train, Mashhad - Tehran

    Mashhad Transportation

    Train leaves Tehran to Mashhad 12 times in a day & vise versa.~6:45 am to ~22:50 (it's not constant for every day)Best one is Ghazal trains costs 215,000 IR, 12hours.& Sabz Trains costs 199,500 IR, 12hours.Pardis Trains leves every morning 6:45, costs 197,000 IR, 7:30hours.in the year 2007/86Mashhad Railway Station located at head of Azadi st....

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  • Pars International

    Mashhad Hotels

    Sayed Shirazi Junction,Vakilabad, Mashhad, IR

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Ferdowsi Museum

    Mashhad Things to Do

    Near ferdowsi tomb is a small museum, you dont need spend more money for visit .So dont forgot visit it.

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Yazd

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  • Sights Sounds and Smells of the...

    Yazd Things to Do

    The Zurkhaneh Club will delight your eyes, your ears, and your nose will get a workout as well. The Saheb a Zaman Sports Club is just off the Amir Chaqmaq Square. You can watch the world go by in the square whilst waiting form the show to begin. The night we went it began at 6pm, but best to check it out during the day to be sure. Entry in 2011 was...

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  • Silk Road Hotel

    Yazd Hotels

    I stayed at Silk Road Hotel in Yazd. I paid IR40 000 (Nov 2008) per nite for an underground dorm bed...

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  • You know you want one....

    Yazd Shopping

    Are you short of a swan shaped centrepiece for your dining table? Perhaps a large round platter, the better to display you dried fruits?On the North west side of Enqelab St, in the midst of the Khaan Bazaar is just what you need.Make sure you can fit it into your backpack!

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Tabriz

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  • Tabriz Bazaar

    Tabriz Things to Do

    Tabriz has long been a trading centre and the first constructions of the bazaar begun over 1000 years ago. It is one of the oldest and largest in the Middle East. Of what you can see today much is from the 15th century. The bazaar is a labyrinth of passages and covers an area of 1 square km and has about 7000 shops. Besides shops there are...

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  • Gostaresh

    Tabriz Hotels

    Abresana Cross Road, Tabriz, IR

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

  • Church of St Stephanos, Jolfa

    Tabriz Off The Beaten Path

    The Armenian church and monastery St Stephanos is situated about 50 km west of Jolfa in the Aros River valley, with a beautiful mountain scenery around. On the other side of the river is Azerbaijan (Nakhchivan).The church has a typical Armenian architecture with a tall bell tower and in the middle a cylindrical tower with a conical roof. On the...

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Kerman

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  • Teahouse in a Historic Hammam

    Kerman Restaurants

    Yet another re-purposed historic bathhouse. One descends steps from Bazar e Ektiari to enter the space, resplendent with elegant arches and high vaulted ceilings. One first walks through the teahouse, where guys can be spied communing over hookahs, through to the restaurant where tables can be chosen over daybeds.There is also traditional music on...

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  • Pars Hotel

    Kerman Hotels

    Farhangian Cross Road Jomhouti Blvd, Kerman, IR

  • Jewel Box Private Mosque

    Kerman Things to Do

    Accessed through a caravanserai seemingly undergoing restoration, resplendent in turqoise tilework, and for which no entry fee was required.As with churches and cathedrals in Europe, mosques must be selected carefully for viweing, otherwise one will soon become 'all mosqued out' (well, those of us without an academic interest in the architectural...

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Kashan

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  • missing memory

    Kashan Favorites

    Hi, I'm Mahdieh. I'm from kashan and suddenly I saw your Q which goes back to 2008. I hope still it dosn't late for helping you to find HOSSEIN MOZNABI. I 'll try to find his email or contact number for you. let me know he is from Kashan or another city!? I am from KASHAN and now I 'm studing in Malaysia. nobody will not understand memory of...

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  • Traditional houses of Kashan (I)

    Kashan Things to Do

    One reason to make a stopover in Kashan (if not to spend a whole day) is the traditional houses, namely Brujerdi, Tabatabai, Abbasian and Ameriha. Richly decorated both in their exterior and interior are a unique example of persian architecture

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  • Bagdirs

    Kashan Local Customs

    Bagdirs are wind towers and they can be seen in some Iranian cities where it can be very hot.You can say that bagdirs are natural air-conditioners. They catch the wind and direct it through a shaft to the rooms below, where there is a pool of cool water, cooling the air. Through a different shaft the hot air in the house is directed upwards.

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Qazvin

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  • kantur church

    Qazvin Things to Do

    ...is known for its domed 20th century and is one of the smallest churches in Iran.there is a tiny Russian graveyard besides. It is closed most of the times.

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  • Rah - Kushk Gate

    Qazvin Things to Do

    This is one of 2 remaining tiled gates, that formed part of Qazvins city walls. Its' north wall is covered with a variety of colourful tiles. I recognised the Iranian symbol (Pre- Revolution) of the lion, sword and sun (pic 2), from my previous days visit to the Golestan Palace in Tehran..The columns of the gate were covered in black rectangular...

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  • Omar Khayyam Statue - or not!

    Qazvin Things to Do

    I was attracted by this statue on the roundabout near to the Rah Kushk gate. (it became a part of my trip spotting the statues, sculptures etc that appear as you enter each town - some where quite strange, others such as in Tabriz and Hammadan were great pieces of craftsmanship)Majid, my guide explained that it was Omar Khayyam (1047 - 1123), Who...

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Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis)

  • Apadana Palace

    Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis) Things to Do

    The Apadana is the largest building on the terrace at Persepolis. It is believed to be the main audience hall, where the kings received tribute and dignitaries. Only a handful of the 20m tall columns, capped with lions and bull captals remain. The major feature remaining are the ceremonial stairways on the northern and eastern sides whose walls are...

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  • Taxi to Persepolis and others (2012...

    Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis) Transportation

    iran is in an economical crisis. Fuel prices are effected directly reason of crisis. And country's economy is based on fuel. Even it is so cheap for us (for we Turks specially) but locals worrying. That 's why taxi hiring prices also increased.if you want to hire a taxi i can suggest Mr Ali without any hesitation. He says 800000 IR (less than 50 $)...

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  • Gate of Xerxes I

    Takht-e Jamshid (Persepolis) Things to Do

    Many of the original structures have been re-erected since Professor Herzfeld's 1931 expedtion. This is the re-constructed Gate of Xerxes, also known as the Gate of all Nations, with it's guardian man-bulls. Above the bulls, on the inner side of the Gateway is a cuneiform inscription in the three main languages of the empire, Persian, Babylonian...

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Masuleh

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  • One day trip to Masouleh

    Masuleh Transportation

    There is some one day tours to Masouleh on weekends ( Friday ). So if you want to go with a tour to masouleh you can arrenge such tours. Of course this tour is not available every weekend. If you want to go yourself by bus it takes a long time because there is not direct bus to Masouleh. You should go first to Rasht and then Masouleh. I think...

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  • Things to pack for Masuleh

    Masuleh What to Pack

    For a day trip, a day sac to carry your camera, guide book, water etc. If staying overnight or longer, a rucksack, or something easy to carry up the steep, uneven steps Comfy shoes, layers - Masuleh can be hot, but there is the chance of rain I didn't see any pharmacies here, so carry all essential medication. Sun screen, mossie stuff. All you...

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  • Traditional Wooden Houses

    Masuleh Things to Do

    The old wooden houses of Masuleh are quite attractive, in a weather worn, dilapidated way. Though I did see some that were being renovated, with one that looked as if it was going to be converted into a small hotel. Apparently, there has been funding for locals to be trained in carpentry and other skills necessary to repair and restore the...

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Ahvaz

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  • Karron...

    Ahvaz Things to Do

    Karoon is the biggest river in Iran, it is more than 950 km, it is the only river all of them is inside Iran and it is the only river in somewhere of this available for shipping.The first civilization developed along the Karoon river, the old Karoon's name are Korn, Korang.Main branches originate are Armand, Koohrang, Bazft...

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  • Falaafel

    Ahvaz Shopping

    The Falaafel's bazaar located is in Anooshe St, in Arab district. Falaafel is a cheap food and in this shopping place exist more than 100 shops, most of these are self service.Here you can find another food the same as Samboose ( سمبوسه ). Falaafel is very popular food, i suggestion if you go to Ahwaz, test it,...

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  • speaking with people

    Ahvaz Warnings and Dangers

    more than 90% of the ahvaz people cant speak english. they speak persian an arabic. if you want to buy some thing you probably have problem with seller. so you must find some one that he speak english or maybe you shoud learn persian.

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Takht-e Soleyman

Neyshabur

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  • Tomb of Farid al-Din Attar (1)

    Neyshabur Things to Do

    Farid al-Din Attar the poet, scholar mystic & Pharmacist was born in Neyshabur in 1142 & killed by Mongol invaders in 1221, buried in Shadiakh area.Attar means herbalist, druggist, perfumist, pharmacist.Attar is one of the most famous mystic poets of Iran. Attar works along with Sanai were the inspiration of Mollana(=Rumi) and many other mystic...

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  • Tomb of Farid al-Din Attar (2)

    Neyshabur Things to Do

    The 1st tomb was built shortly after his martyrdom, by Ghazi al Ghozzat Yahya Ben Saaed Neyshaburi.Then Amir Alishir Navaei, vizier of Sultan Hussein Bayghara, built edifice upon Attar’s tomb in 15th century.The new Tomb built during Qajar, by Naier ol-Dole the ruler of Khorasan in 19th century.the National Heritage Association implemented Tile...

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  • Tomb of Omar Khayyam (1)

    Neyshabur Things to Do

    Omar Khayyam the poet, mathematician, philosopher, astronomer & physician was born in Neyshabur in 1048 & is buried close to Neyshabur in own garden, next to Imamzadeh Mahroq Mosque.According to famous legend called 3 Schoolmates, He & 2 other students studied under the Emam Mowaffaq Neyshaburi at about the same time: Nizam ol-Mulk, who became the...

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