adiating with six straight avenues from a central square (Imam Khomeini), Hamadan is one of the oldest continually inhabited towns, centers of civilization, and numerous capitals of different dynasties that have ruled Iran through the ages
Arriving by plane the first view of the city is that of a very green and well-laid regular rows of trees. Once on the ground, the traveler is fascinated by the golden cupolas and minarets.
The name Kerman is probably derived from its inhabitants, the Germanioi, mentioned by Herodotus. The Town is situated close to Dasht-e-Lut desert from which it is separated by a range of mountains
The capital of the province of Kermanshah is mainly populated by Kurds and is a major cultural and commercial center in Western Iran. These Kurds still speak their own language
Isfahan was considered by western travelers of the 17th and 18th century to be one of the most beautiful cities in Iran. Isfahan is Iran’s third largest city after Tehran and Mashhad.
Capital of the Fars province and situated in the heart of Iran, this region gave its name to the Fars or Persian language. A city of historic monuments, poets, philosophers
This “desert Town” used to be an oasis-like stopover for camel caravans. Vast irrigation schemes, which draw water from underground springs and the surrounding mountains
Tabriz is the capital of East Azerbaijan province, in the Azerbaijan region of Iran. It is an ancient city with a history