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Apr
2018
Iran Should Use Tourism to Improve Its Global Image
Posted by: romacom /20

Oman’s minster of heritage and culture has praised the huge number of tourist attractions in Iran, stressing the country’s great capacity in the field of tourism should be used to promote the Iran image across the world. In a recent meeting in Iran’s Qazvin province, Omani Minister Ahmed bin Nasser al-Mahrizi said Iran and Oman […]

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Apr
2018
New historical discoveries from 1800 years ago in southern Iran
Posted by: romacom /30

New parts of a historical structure dating back to the Sassanid era (224–651 AD) have been recently discovered during excavations in Tonb-e Pargan, a hilltop site in the city of Bastak in Hormozgan Province. According to Ali Asadi, head of the excavation team, the site and the monument is located 35 km north of Persian […]

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Apr
2018
Traveling on Silk Road train to Iran and Isfahan
Posted by: romacom /40

The ‘Silk Road’ train carrying foreign tourists arrived in the tourist city of Isfahan in central Iran on Friday evening. According to the Director General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Office of Isfahan Shahram Amiri said on Saturday that 68 foreign tourists from Canada, England, Australia, Denmark, Italy, Singapore, Peru and Malaysia who were […]

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Apr
2018
Fabio Carbone
Posted by: romacom /20

Dr. Fabio Carbone, Ambassador-at-Large of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism IIPT for Iran Main current positions: Lecturer in International Tourism Management Director of the International Tourism Management Top-Up, BA (Hons) Faculty of Business and Law – School of Marketing and Management Coventry University, UK Integrated Member of the Research Unit “Governance, Competitiveness and Public […]

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Apr
2018
The beauty of Iran tea production and tea culture
Posted by: romacom /90

Tea first reached Iran by caravans traveling the Silk Road 450 years before the modern Christian era. Residents were largely coffee drinkers until the seventeenth century but now consume four times the world average for tea. The beverage is served hot at almost all social occasions and family gatherings. Every morning, in houses all over […]

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Apr
2018
Qazvin the capital of Safavid dynasty
Posted by: romacom /90

Qazvin the capital of Safavid dynastyQazvin is one of the oldest cities in Iran, that its history back to the Sassanid era.The excavations and archaeological findings in this area say that more than 7,000 years ago, some had been living here. In the Qazvin region, hundreds of ancient hills have identified and some of them date […]

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Apr
2018
Ring power of Erjan
Posted by: romacom /80

Ring power of Erjan One of the golden masterpieces of Iranian art is “Arjan Power Ring”. Arjan is the name of the ancient city and a province belonging to the middle Ilam period. It located on the border between Khuzestan and Fars. The remains of the city are 12 km northeast of Behbahan on both […]

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Apr
2018
The first working meeting of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) in Iran
Posted by: romacom /90

It is a great honour to invite you to the first working meeting of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) in Iran. The purpose of the meeting is to launch the ambitious project of the IIPT Iranian Chapter. The IIPT is an organisation acknowledged by the World Tourism Organisation promoting worldwide its paradigm […]

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Mar
2018
Travel to Iran without Isfahan is not complete
Posted by: romacom /630

Travel to Iran without Isfahan is not complete According to tourists who visited Iran and Isfahan, it is one of the most beautiful and most visited cities in Iran. It seems that there’s something in Isfahan that makes the city so likable.As it’s got some of the highlights of a trip to Iran, the absolute […]