Iran (Persia) located in the Middle East has 31 provinces and its neighboring countries include Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Iraq.
Iran was ruled by monarchy systems before and after the advent of Islam in 651 C.A. but following the revolution in 1979, the Islamic Republic was established with a leader, president, and parliament taking control …
Depending on social class, budget and the person’s revenue, Iranian choose different leisure time activity including picnic, traveling, going to movies, stadium and many other activities.
During the Qajar Dynasty (1796-1925), modernity commenced in Iran, especially following the reforms made by Amir Kabir, leading to the Constitutional Revolution during 1905-1911.
Today, Schools in Iran, started with Dar ul-Funun in 1851, encompass two stages of Elementary and High school, each of which takes six years. After receiving the High School Diploma, students take a University Entrance …
Women in Iran are active social members; they have a significant presence in universities and political, social, and sports arenas.
Iran is the 17th biggest country of the world with 1,648,195 km2 of area. It is located in the North and East Hemispheres, in Middle East.
Karaj is known for Alborz mountain range, Chalous Road, Uzbeki Hill, Tulip Garden, and Dam Lake.
Ardabil province is located in the northwest of Iran; its center is Ardabil city, known for historical Sheikh Safi Complex, hot spas, and ski resorts.
Urmia is the center of West Azerbaijan province known for natural and historical attractions such as Urmia Lake, Armenian Monastic Ensembles, Takht-e Soleymān.
East Azerbaijan province is located in the north-west of Iran and known for its center Tabriz and historical attractions such as Tabriz Bazaar, Saint Stepanos Church, and Kandovan Village.
The province is mostly known for its warm and humid climate, nuclear power plant, Persian Gulf beaches, and Siraf Historical site.