It is located in the continent of Asia between the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, and the city of Tehran is its capital used to be called ancient Persia, then it was called the Islamic Republic in 1979 in the period of the Islamic revolution on the country, Iran borders Pakistan to the east of Pakistan and Afghanistan, to the north Turkmenistan and the Caspian Sea, Armenia and Azerbaijan, From the west Turkey and Iraq, and from the south the Arabian Gulf and the Sea of Oman, its area is approximately 1,648,000 square kilometers, and its population is approximately 68 million.
The most important tourist attractions in Iran
Tehran includes many tourist attractions, including:
Golestan National Park
Also known as the Golestan Forest, located in the northwestern part of Iran, with an area of approximately 355 square miles, is one of the most famous zoos in the city, and the park includes a variety of animals, reptiles, and birds. The park consists of a group of rocky plains and shrubs And the grass that fills the place.
It is the largest reserve in Iran, it is a wildlife reserve, with an area of about 5,792 square miles. The reserve includes a different set of terrain including plains, mountains, and sandy plains, in which there is a group of animals, including the Persian leopard, foxes, and deer, along with unique birds from Kind like cuckoo, partridge, and various reptiles such as snakes and camel snakes.
Reda Masad Mosque
The Mausoleum of the Mausoleum, Reza Musaad, is the largest mosque in the world. It is a huge complex, with an area of approximately 598,657 square meters. Founded in 818, the mosque has a capacity of nearly 500,000 worshipers. The complex includes a small mosque, library, museum, and various halls. For prayer, as well as places to eat, it also includes huge vast plazas.
It is the third largest mosque in the world, located in the Iranian city of Isfahan, founded in 1611 AD, with a capacity of about 700,000 people, considered a strange and unique masterpiece of its kind in Islamic architecture, it was chosen by UNESCO as a site of world heritage, the mosque includes four minarets and a dome .
Ignorance Stone Palace
Also known as the Forty Pillars Palace, located in the Iranian city of Isfahan, is an example of the ancient history of Iran, the palace includes twenty columns; but its reflection on the lake of water located opposite the palace makes the visitor see forty columns of the palace, since its foundation was a resting place for Shah Abbas II, has become Then a council of the Safavid kings.
Manar Janban is located in the city of Isfahan, which are two moving beacons located opposite each other, when a beacon is shaken, the other lighthouse moves, which is not discovered its cause until now, and it is a source of attraction for tourists in the region.
The bridge is located on the River Zinde Road in the city of Isfahan, one of the ancient historical bridges. The bridges in Iran are distinguished by the beauty of the view and the design they offer to the visitor. The bridge includes many rooms in which the visitor relaxes.