Tag Archives: Iran

10 things you probably didn’t know about Iran

Persian politeness is an art form: If you get in a taxi anywhere in Iran, chances are when you try to pay, your driver will refuse to take your money. Walk into a shop to buy something, the same happens. Baffled?The cultural practice of Taarof is Iran’s own personal brand of etiquette. You’re not really being given a freebie, it’s ...

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Iran is The Cheapest Countries To Visit In 2017

10 – India’s strong cultural identity, from food to architecture, makes it hugely attractive to international visitors. Its recent adaptation of e-visas has made the country easier than ever to enter, and the exchange rate makes travel for Americans incredibly budget-friendly.

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Iran less-known tourist attraction

During my travels and adventures, I had the opportunity to visit places that are even less know among Iranian tourists, set aside the tourists from other countries. I think you should know these places, and visit them when you traveled to Iran. Let’s see these places and their beauty. Malek Zoozan Historical Mosque, Khaf, Razavi Khorasan Province

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Swedish Woman Ran Alone Through Iran

A Swedish runner crossed three Muslim-majority countries on foot, in a bid to experience Muslims and shari`ah law at first hand. According to the Guardian, Kristina Paltén ran 1144 miles across Iran on her own, from Turkey to Turkmenistan, to challenge prejudice against Islam in her home country of Sweden and across Europe.

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