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University of Tehran | The biggest university in Iran

Tehran University, which was established by the order of Reza Shah Pahlavi, is the biggest higher education center in Iran, and also one of the oldest universities around the world. Today, it is known as the best university in Iran. It was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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Silk Road (Silk Route) | An ancient network of routes connecting east to the west

The Silk Road was a network of trade routes which connected the east to the west and made the economic, cultural, political, and religious interactions between these regions possible, from the 2nd century BC to the 18th century.
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Susa (Shoosh) | An ancient center of civilization

The ancient city of Susa was one of the world’s most famous cities, capital of Elamite for thousand years and also the winter capital of Achaemenid Empire
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Hegmataneh Hill | The capital of first Iranian kings

Hegmataneh, which embraces 50 acres of the city, is located in suburban area of Hamedan city and is the largest hill from ancient times in Iran.
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Vank Cathedral | The magnificence of art and architecture in Isfahan

Vank Cathedral is one of the largest historical and religious attractions of Isfahan. It is located in the center of Isfahan like a shining gem, in Jolfa neighborhood (today known as New Jolfa), and south of Zayandeh Rood (Zayandeh River).
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Qeshm Island | the beautiful gem of Persian Gulf

Qeshm Island is the largest island in Iran, with a surface area of 1491 square kilometers. Being one of the most marvelous and astonishing attractions of Iran, it is located in Hormozgan province in south of Iran, alongside the Strait of Hormoz.
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Persian caravansaries | Ancient Iranian inns

A caravansary was an inn on the roadside that travelers could stay and rest during their journey. In Persian language, the word caravansary is composed of ‘caravan’ which means a group of travellers and ‘Sara’ which means a house or place to stay.
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Kaboud (blue) Mosque | The turquoise of Islam

Kaboud Mosque, located in Tabriz, is one of the masterpieces of Iranian art and architecture related to post-Islam time. Being one of the valuable historical sites of Iran, it is a distinguished mosque among other mosques in Iran due to its marvelous decorations and was inscribed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
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Jiroft | A splendid cradle of civilization

Jiroft city is located in southern part of Kerman province and Halil Rood (Halil River), the longest river in the southeast of Iran