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April 22, 2010 | By: Mosen Rasti
Tabriz

Tabriz, Being the provincial capital of East Azarbaijan, has slightly more than 2,000,000 population. Tabriz has been the capital city of Iran on numerous times throughout the old history of this country. Tabriz is located in a valley to the north of the beautiful Mount Sahand. The valley opens out into a plain that slopes down gently to the northern end of Lake Orumieh, about 60 km to the west. Tabriz is 310 km southeast of Bazargan (Iranian-Turkish frontier); 159 km south of Jolfa on Iran-Azarbaijan Republic border, and can be reached by very good roads, rail (742km from Tehran, with connections to the Europe and Moscow), and air from Tehran and other major cities.

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March 28, 2010 | By: Mohsen Rasti
Chogha Zanbil, Greatest Contribution in the Ancient World

A view of the Ziggurat at Chogha Zanbil in south-western Iran.
This structure was built in 1250 BC by the Elamite ruler Untash-Gal as a dedication to the diety Inshushinak 'Lord of Shush (Susa)'.
Chogha Zanbil is an ancient Elamite complex in the Khuzestan province of Iran.
It is one of the only extant ziggurats outside of Mesopotamia (the other is Sialk). It lies approximately 45 kilometres south of Susa and 230 kilometres north of Abadan by way of Ahvaz, which is 60 kilometres away.

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March 12, 2010 | By: Parviz Zahed
Abbasi Hotel (Isfahan)

The glorious architecture of Iran, like a piece of gem, has been constantly glittering among other architectural monuments of the world and has occupied a worthy place in the world of art. It was in the reign of the Safavids, that the city of Isfahan reached such a renown and elegance which was called " half of the world".
Among what has remained from the age of the Safavids, there still exists a school, bazaar and caravansaray complex which sparkles like a piece of jewelry at the side of Chahar Bagh street.

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