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Bastam and Kharghan | Home of Iran’s mysticism

Bastam and Kharghan are two famous towns in Shahrud, Semnan province, where great mystics were born. Iran’s desert area has always been a combination of nature and mysticism throughout the history
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Izakhast Complex | World’s second largest mud-brick structure

The Historical Complex of Izadkhast has attracted the attention of many archeologists with its unique urban design and architecture.

Tous city | Hometown of many cultivated Iranians

Tous is an ancient and well-known city in Khorasan Razavi province, northwest of Mashhad city. Since Tous is located near Mashhad where the holy shrine of Imam Reza (Shia’s 8th Imam) is located, it hosts many visitors.
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Ramsar | The bride of Iran’s cities

Located in the west of Mazandaran province, Ramsar, the bride of Iran’s cities, is one of the most beautiful attractions in the north of Iran.

Khaje Mountain | A marvelous mountain in the heart of a lake

Khaje Mountain is located 30 kilometers south of Zabol, in Sistan and Baluchistan Province and is flat-topped, with basalt stones.
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Naghsh-e-Rajab | stony pictures of Sassanid Empire

Naghsh-e Rajab is an archeological site,Naghsh-e Rajab was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, along with Naghsh-e Rostam.
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Texture of Damghan | A gem in desert areas

Being the capital city of Semnan province, Damghan is one of most beautiful, historical cities of Iran in desert areas. Since it was located on the Silk Road, it used to be an influential city and was known as the city of 100 gates.
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Anahita Temple | A place to honour the Goddess of water

Anahita Temple of Kangavar is Iran’s biggest stone structure after Persepolis and is located in Kangavar city, Kermanshah province. This temple was inscribed on the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.