Iran (Persia) located in the Middle East has 31 provinces and its neighboring countries include Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Iraq.
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.
The province is mostly known for its warm and humid climate, nuclear power plant, Persian Gulf beaches, and Siraf Historical site.
This Province has been divided into two parts of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari known for Zagros Mountain, Bakhtiari Nomads, and beautiful nature.
Fars province is located in the central part of Iran, with Shiraz as its center known as Iran’s cultural capital due to its numerous cultural significances.
Ilam province with Ilam city is its center is situated in the south-west of Iran in a place known as the land of Elamite and Zagros Mountain.
Isfahan province located in the central part of Iran is specifically identified with its center, Isfahan city, and its historical monuments such as Naqshe Jahan Square, Jame Mosque, and Si-o-Se Pol.
Located in the southeast of Iran with Kerman city as its center, Kerman province is known for Kalut Shahdad desert - one of the hottest regions of the world- and Shazdeh Garden.
South Khorasan province is located in the east part of Iran including Birjand city as its center. The province is mainly known for Lut Desert, Tabas Citadel, Kal-e Jeni Canyon, and Mostofi House attraction.
Located in the northeast of the country with Mashhad as its center, Razavi Khorasan is known for the holy shrine of Imam Reza, the Mausoleum of Ferdousi, and Gonabad Qanat.
The province is in the western part of Iran with Yasuj as its center. Beautiful nature, historical sites, and nomadic tribes are among the tourist attractions of the province.