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Things to do in Iran
Isfahan - the floodlit Khajoo Bridge is an impressive sight at night
Take a walk along the river in Isfahan and first look at the Khajou Bridge from a distance before walking along its colonnades checking out the numerous shops and coffee stalls that are tucked in its arches. Stop off in one of these small shops for authentic Persian coffee and try a hookah. The bridge is particularly beautiful at night when it is all lit up.
Qom - visit Fatima al-Masumeh Shrine
People have been making pilgrimages to the city of Qom since the 9th century and the Fatima al-Masumeh Shrine has been part of this. The shrine was extensively renovated and expanded in the mid 16th century to its current size. The beautiful golden dome under went additional renovations in 2000. Take time to walk around the burial chamber and the 3 courtyards and the prayer rooms.
Tehran - see greatest collection of jewels at the National Jewels Treasury
Iran, or Persia as it was once called has long been on the trade routes between east and west and as a result accumulated a great degree of wealth. Much of this was in the form of gold and precious stones and many of these can be found in the National Jewels Museum in Tehran. This is possibly the greatest collection of jewels in the world and includes historic items such as the Peacock Throne of Persia and the world’s 2nd largest pink diamond. The museum is only open between 2pm and 4.30pm Saturday to Tuesday.
Tehran - enjoy shopping at Tehran Bazaar
Walking around the Tehran Bazaar or Souk is like taking a step back in history as many of the products on sale here are identical to those sold hundreds of years ago, in many cases by the same families in the same stalls. Everything from hand crafted footware to ornate gold necklaces can be found and even if you do not want to buy something a walk around the bazaar is a great experience. If you do want to buy something make sure you try out your bargaining skills.
Introduction of Iran
Iran is incredibly rich in history, boasting one of the oldest civilisations in the world. With initial settlement estimated at around 4000 BC, Iran holds many religious and historical landmarks. Tehran, the capital, is a vibrant and lovely city with attractive architecture, marred only by the incessant traffic. Qom is an important holy site, and many say Tabriz was the Garden of Eden of the Bible. Travel to the desert for a unique experience, visiting the innovative architecture of Yazd or the historical Kashan oasis. Isfahan is a wonderful city, with its calm boulevards and fascinating architecture. Qeshm Island is the largest in the Persian Gulf, attracting visitors with its eco diversity. Shiraz is another interesting destination; an informal shrine to Persian poetry and prose.