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About Iran

About Iran

Iran as one of the oldest ancient civilization of the world has influenced different parts of the world from the Nile River to Europe via its culture. It is located along the historical trade route of the Silk Road, the world oldest route; imagine that used to train of camels passed through the route. Iran enjoys a great legacy of ruins and hallowed stonework.

Culture is integral part of Iranian civilization. The art, music, architecture, poetry; philosophy, traditions, and ideology of Iran have made it a continuously important nation in the global community. In fact, many Iranians believe their culture to be the one and only reason why their civilization has continuously survived thousands of years of plethoric calamities. Iran with respect to its geographical condition is a paradise for all of the nature lovers. It is four seasons country; tourists can enjoy winter sports in the mountains while others can bathe in the warm waters of the southern shores, both within a few hours' drive from the main cities. If you are lucky enough to fly into Iran, be sure to ask for a window seat, you might be surprised by what you see. 

 Iran is a county in southwest Asian, country of mountains and deserts. Eastern Iran is dominated by a high plateau, with large salt flats and vast sand deserts. The plateau is surrounded by even higher mountains, including the Zagros to the west and the Elburz to the north. Its neighbors are Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Armenia on the north, Afghanistan and Pakistan on the east, and Turkey and Iraq on the west. 

Tehran is the capital, the country's largest city and the political, cultural, commercial and industrial center of the nation. Iran is a regional power, and holds an important position in international energy security and world economy as a result of its large reserves of petroleum and natural gas.

 

 

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