Iran – History nearby

Iran is old as a world, and its culture is the heiress of one of the oldest civilizations on Earth. For centuries, she influenced the culture of the huge part of the globe, from the Nile River to the heart of Europe. For many years, people traveled along the Great Silk Road, amazed at the grandeur of the Persian empire. A visit to this region is a unique event: the country of Iran uses three centuries of documented history, and its heritage consists of unique ruins and sacred monuments.

Iran’s sights

Of course, getting to know Iran, starting from its capital – Tehran, ancient and modern.   Is it possible not to admire the 8th minarets of the mosque Shahid Motahari or the cultural and artistic center of the carpets (Rassam), which contains the Carpet-making School and the Museum of the Carpets, where you can consider the oldest carpet of the modern world, which is 450 years old.  

History lovers can visit several cities that have retained their original appearance: Rey (Rey), Varamin (Varamin), Kazvin (Qazvin) and Qazvin, as well as a magnificent leak with its phenomenal blue mosque and covered bazaar (Qaisariyeh). The amazing country of Iran has another unforgettable attraction, namely Khamadan – the summer capital of the Persian kings, a sign of antiquity, which is the Stone Leo, which has been here since the time of Alexander the Great.

Iran national cuisine

Iranian cuisine was formed under the influence of Turkey, Greece, India and Arab countries. This influence can be found in dishes such as Shish-Kobab, stuffed grape leaves, sharp stewed lamb dishes, barbecue barbecue in yogurt. Eastern country Iran cannot do without rice dishes. There are a phenomenal amount here, but in every house, pilaf from lamb and sweet rice with orange crusts, nuts and pistachios – Sereen Polo are necessarily prepared.

Weather in Iran

The country of Iran occupies a huge territory, therefore the climate is unstable here, with significant temperature fluctuations. Naturally, the summer here is hot-temperatures reach 35-38 degrees, and winter depends on the area. For example, in the north they are cold and snowy, with temperatures dropping below 0 degrees, but in the south, they are soft and warm, with temperatures of about 15 degrees, that is, very convenient for tourists and travelers.