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News (December 13, 2019 | 19:24:22)
News (December 13, 2019 | 19:24:22)
For both domestic and foreign travelers, tribal tourism is all about opening eyes to new places, traditions, cuisines, beliefs, and ways of life.
A group of ten French and British sightseers have commenced a ten-day tour across Iran’s southeastern Sistan va Baluchestan province.
The 5,000-year-old monkey skeleton that was found in Shahr-e Sukhteh (burnt city) in eastern Iran, was put on display in the southeastern local museum for the first time, a provincial tourism official said.
The official language of Iran is Persian (Farsi). There are a number of other national and ethnic groups living in various parts of Iran: Azeries, Lurs, Kurds, Tajiks, Baloch (or Balouchi), Turkmans, Arabs and Pashtuns.
Tourist Attraction in Zabol (city)
Tourist Attraction in Zabol (city)
Shah-ali Mosque (Masjed-e Shaah Ali) mosque was constructed under the orders of Malek Shamseddin Ali, in the year 847 AH. In this mosque two epigraphs can be noted. One displays the name of the founder of the mosque, by the name of Shah Ali and one of ...
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