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Erasmus blog Iran

  • Kurdistan Cuisines

    Kurdistan Cuisines are so delicious you might eat your fingers! Kurdistan is one of the most beautiful provinces of Iran, located on the slopes and plains of the Zagros Mountains. The mountain range and slopes make this Kurdistan one of the most spectacular places in...

    0 by Fotros, 6 days ago
  • small paris

    I lived in Bojnourd for a short time. After that, I went to another city to study.One of the most visited cities is between Mashhad and northern Iran.Bojnurd is a small town and is the capital of the northern Khorasan province. It is mentioned in the old travel magazine...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • abadan

    Another beautiful city in Iran is Abadan. This city was damaged during the war between Iran and Iraq. Unfortunately, many citizens were killed and some were captured. The city has many oil refineries and is, in fact, one of the most important economic hubs in Iran....

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • island

    In my last post I had written about Isfahan. Today I would like to write about qeshm island in Persian gulf, iran. I started my journey by a train, I went to Bandar abbas and after delivering my lug gages I went to  harbor and I and other passengers went to qeshm...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • traditional drinks

    Iran has a lot of drinks and the famous one is doogh and it is really popular not in iran in middle east too for example in turkey people call this ayran. The base of this drink is water, yogurt and salt and some fragrant vegetable like as mint. You should serve this...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • night life in iran

    Night life in iran is a little different than other countries. You will have dance clubs, bars and parties but here we have not. But at night you will experience different type of night life.after a long working day, people prefer to go to courtsides and have an ice...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • every thing about iran

    Iran the capital of wonders! Iran is an ancient country and an old civilization too. The capital of this amazing country is Tehran. You will have joyful trip here. Iranian people as I mentioned before are amazing and kind host and hospitality is one of our qualities. We...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • Kang village, Mashhad, Iran

    Kang is a village in JagharghRural District, Torghabeh District, Torghabeh and Shandiz County, Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran. this village go back to pre islamic era around 3000 years ago. amazing landscape and beautiful sightsees and warm and friendly people which...

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • epopee

    Ferdowsī, spelled Firdawsī, Firdusi, pseudonym of Abū al-Qasem Manṣūr, (born c. 935, near Ṭūs, Iran—died c. 1020–26, Ṭūs). an iranian poet who wrote Shah Numeh. his poems are completely wroten in persian but you might find some arabic words too....

    0 by farzaneh, one year ago
  • Discovering the city of Kermanshah (Pt.1)

    I don't know how to start this entry, what to say or even if I should be saying anything, the whole name of this city is way too delicate to be thrown around in my article at the moment but the truth is we all need to start to heal somewhere, right? Okay you guys are...

    0 by Saba, one year ago
  • Discovering Iran: Kerman city (Pt.1)

    Another day and another city to explore in Iran. I don't think I'm ever going to be done with exploring the different cities here. I've got my priorities straight though, I'm talking about my favorite cities first. Ok I know what you guys are thinking, Saba you have way...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago
  • Iran's major touristic cities: Hamadan (Pt.1)

    Alright so I'm keeping my promise of paying tributes to as many Persian cities as possible and so today I'm going to explore the city that gave us the one and only Avicenna. I mean he was born somewhere else but his resting place is in Hamadan. I feel like this city is...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago
  • Unique fruits that you should try in Iran

    So a few nights back I mentioned a bunch of my favorite Malaysian fruits, and then as usual since I try to give both of my favorite countries love and affection; I will write about a few really really odd and unique Persian fruits that we regularly have in Iran. I'm...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago
  • What are the downsides of traveling to Iran

    Well yesterday I wrote my piece on why should one travel to Iran, and it is only fair if you guys have all the facts all true and straightened out so you can make a decision about traveling to Iran. Although I think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages in a...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago
  • Why should Iran be in your travel bucket list?

    Well, recently, if you have paid attention to my entries, I have been writing a lot of lists and they have been quite popular. I guess it's because when it comes to it we always like to weigh the pros and cons of everything and then make up our minds. I have been...

    0 by Saba, 2 years ago

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