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iran private tours, The village of Randan is a rural village on the northern mountains of the capital and 20 kilometers from Tehran, although it has little distance from Tehran, but remains unexcavated. The village’s population is low, with more livestock and gardening.
Randan is located at the foot of the mountain, and its trees are so blooming that these days, when you look away from them, it seems to you that snow is white and the pink has covered the branches. The villagers spend more time with horticulture and livestock, and the village is surrounded by gardens filled with apple, peach, cherry and cherry trees.
The village has not yet encountered the fate of many villages in the north of the country, where it still retained its traditional texture and the alleys of its alleys are not crowded by strangers, nor has anyone crippled the violets and caverns, nor the tongues and tongues Under the pretext of Vila Lazyas The village of Randan is still innocent and it is a feature that makes you send us a message to relax around the glittering waterfall and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Randan Waterfall is located at an altitude of about 2,200 meters above sea level and its distance from the village is about 2 km. To reach the waterfall, you need less than an hour of walking in a relatively smooth and sloping path along the Randan River. In this way, sometimes you have to cross the wooden and rocky bridges, and if the river is full of water, you should sometimes continue your path by crossing the riverbed rocks. Sometimes you pass through cherry and cherry gardens, and sometimes from the cliffs of the small and large … The exciting thing is that there is no way to see the cascade in the last few minutes. At the end of the path, leaving behind a fairly steep slope, the beautiful waterfall in the valley overlooks the valley suddenly. On hot summer days, you can walk to the cascade and make your face look like pleasant droplets of water.
Randan Waterfall is a beautiful and water-filled waterfall with an approximate height of 40 meters, located at the highlands of the north-eastern village of Randan. To reach this cascade, you must enter the valley in the direction of the east (the valley to the right of the village) and move up the river in the opposite direction. After about an hour’s walk, you will be on a sloping path and fairly smooth to the Randan Waterfall.
The appropriate time to visit
hot summer months is the dehydration season of the waterfalls. So if you want to see the Randan Waterfall at its glorious peak, do not go to Randen in the summer to midnight, and you’ll end up in the spring season.
At the beginning of the village, you see a real estate consultant on the right. 50 meters ahead is a dirt road that flows down the road and into the village. Go inside the village to the end of the road and park your car at the end of the road. Continuing the road, there is a walk to the waterfall passing by the river. The beauty of these paths will be when the cherry and cherry trees are green and bloom.
The village of Randan has a mosque called the Imam Hassan Mujtaba (AS) mosque, which hosts the mourning ceremony of Hosseini and Ta’zieh each year.

To visit the Waterfall of Randang Village, you should cross the cherry, cherry and peach gardens and sometimes from the cliffs of the small and large, and the interesting and exciting thing is that you do not see the waterfall until the last few minutes. At the end, leaving behind a fairly steep but short slope, the beautiful Randan waterfall across the valley suddenly appears. If you are on the hot days of the year to visit Randan Waterfall, you can go to the waterfall and enjoy the splashes of droplets and water in your face.

The walking path of the Randan Waterfall Walk in the northern heights of the village of Randan and along the lush gardens is one of the most beautiful and most magnificent waterfalls in Tehran. The Cascade Route is a fairly smooth and sloping Malro way that takes you to the cascade along the Randan River after about an hour walk.
A private carriage route to travel to Tehran from Randan should first go to the Imamzadeh of Dawood and leave the Sulqan that you pass after a short distance to the side of a side road leading you to the village.
The village of Randan is located between Imam Zadeh Aqil and the village of Taloun. To reach it towards the Imamzadeh of Daoud, after the Sulqan we enter the second road to the left, which draws attention to the sign at the beginning of the road, which reads “To Randan 4 km “

iran tour to Sajzai

Sajzi is a city in the central part of Isfahan, Isfahan. The city is 35 km away from Isfahan. Sejzai, Sakzai or Sajzi appointed to Sakestan or Sajestan, the old name of Sistan, since about 127 BC, a tribe lived in the land of Sistan and formed a government, Sakestan and Sajistan. But the reason that the locals are Sistan-Sajesee and Segazi 35 km away from Isfahan have defined a lot of stories.
First, because of the existence of a group of immigrants from Sistan and Baluchestan Province, and then settling in this place, which they introduced themselves as Sajzi, which means Sistani.
Second, during the reign of Shah Abbas, Safavi, when the brothers Anthony and Robert Shirley reached a dense and salt-filled pond, after passing through the swampy plain and the thicket of hailstones and gazes. They repeated the word Sajzai, which later became the same name.
Third, the distance between the current site of Sajesi and Isfahan was eight Farsakh, where Sokes was said in Turkish, which later changed to Sakesee or Sajzi.
But based on historical literature and family extensions, scholars such as Abu Saeed Sajzi – Moin al-Din Hussein Sajzi – Amir Hassan Alaa Sajzi Dehlavi – indicate their place of residence, which is the current Sistan, because the people who have undertaken the development of this site or the initial population Location of Sistan.
But Sajzi, Segzii or Sazi, each one is a word, and what follows is not the beginning and the beginning of a local called the current Sajzi, but a spring of history full of the ups and downs of our land of Iran and a small piece of that is a precious heritage Iran is Islamic.
The Safavid era is one of the periods of progress and progress of Iran, especially Esfahan, which is the capital, as the embodiment of the Iranian government. The presence of Anthony and Robert Shirley, two brothers who patronized Shah Abbasi as adviser to the Iranian nation and identified important points and brought the fruits and products of that place to the shah’s side, does not ignore the history page. Due to the fact that part of the catchment area of Ant Khorat, Meymeh, Habibabad and then Zafrah altitudes towards Sajzai plain, surface waters crossed in this area, especially seasonal floods that caused the formation of a pond and swamp, And Gaz and due to the high surface water found in the first layer of the earth, it is very salty, a large saline that is very difficult to cross. The brothers Anthony and Robert Shirley, after crossing the Shahab and Glon Abad, crossed the woods and groves to a small courtyard in Mahwar, a gypsum and salt barrage, pronouncing Sajesa in the sight of salt dill. The existence of trees and thickets made them secret Staying in place from the perspective of others. The brothers Anthony and Robert Shirley moved from Sedges to Vertong and then left for Spa, because before Shah Abbas escaped from the pain of gutting at the spa and went through Isfahan through the low and Habib Abad, the new way would be the shortest way to They have access to Waterton Spa. After passing one year and building a road from among the thickets mentioned above, Shah Abbasi is determined to visit Water for water therapy, who will leave the new route. At the time, Khodkahdai was the one named Kikavos, the brother of Khoddha Zefreh Koloum who, using the help of the Shirly brothers, was decorating the site of Shedzi. By that time, a line of aqueducts was supplying drinking water and agricultural land. The entrance to Shah Abbasi was watering and Degenerate. The Safavid king, who had previously ordered 999 crewmembers, baths and mosques, to provide brokers with the purpose of welfare of passengers and carriages on the roads of the country, therefore, the construction of a road in a swamp, desert and grove, which is about three farsakhs of the Wharton Watercourse Reduced Isfahan and captured Shah Abbasi’s view.
In order to convince the Shah that he has a large population and deserves the construction of a caravanserai, a bath and a mosque, it is requested from the governor of Zefreh, Worthon, Shorrood and Shrktkak to gather residents of the villages under the command at the site of Sajzī until the Shah seeing this The crowd would have mercy on him and ordered the construction and development of the caravanserai.
The Shah Abbasi, when visiting Sajzi, is warmly welcomed, ordered the construction of a caravanserai, a bath, a mosque, and a drill of two qanats, one belonging to Shoah Abad (Shrine Farm), and the other with the efforts of the inhabitants of Ghale Darvish neighborhood, which are the owners of the right desert Abad was begun, which is currently the two largest aqueducts in the city of Sajzai.
The remains of the Darwish castle are located in the southeast of Naghiabad Field.
The story of the beginning of work and the presence of Shah Abbasi on the night of the Shaban on Thursday has been started by the great scholar of the time Shah Abbas Safavi Sheikh Baha’i, the construction of the site began and will be exploited after 5 years.
Eventually, the construction of the site begins, and from the enclosed and secluded village, a public place with a towering bar and safe for travelers and carriages. Sajzai has been associated with all the ups and downs of history, and has been at the same time in all the historical and decisive scenes of the Islamic Iran, from the Arab invasion to Muslims, from the Mongols to the martyrdom of the youth.
The city of Sajzai is 35 km away from Isfahan and from the eastern side along the Transit Road of Esfahan Nain and at the beginning of the desert. Sajsi, which is 21 kilometers from the living river, is unable to harvest water from the river because of its slope, but its plain is irrigated by underground waters, which consist of qanats and deep wells. The deepest well is 230 meters and the longest aqueduct is 15 kilometers. Groundwater aquifers in the first layer are salty and fresh water is found at a depth of 120 meters. The altitude of the sea level is 1602 meters and the maximum temperature is 38.5 and the lowest is 8.6 and the number of days Its frost is 65 days.
As mentioned above, Sajzai area has not been spared from surface waters or seasonal floods. By constructing marginal and rural roads, the direction of surface waters to the city of Sajzi has been strengthened so that during the rainy season, the city is likely to be waterlogged.
The region’s climate is desert and desert, and due to the climatic conditions in the region, severe and high winds cause local muds and disruptions in life and culture on the Isfahan transit road.
Sajzi neighborhood development began with the Qanat manifestations in Saqaqa’eh neighborhood, and the next neighborhoods were formed to the north east with several households, and from the years 1330 to 1345 the development of Sajzai was northeast. Due to the agricultural lands, development of houses on the ground of agricultural land and construction of buildings and buildings have been built on the banks of the Qanats. The area of the farm was developed in the same style, which has migrated to this place due to the construction of the Nain-Isfahan Road and the importance of the Sajzi neighborhood in the vicinity of the surrounding villages, in particular Shirkak, Zafra and Vertun, and increased the residents of Sajjee’s neighborhood. The neighborhood of the Passover farm has visited a number of businessmen and marketers in Isfahan, which has led to the development and development of the site.
After the victory of the Islamic Revolution and for the development of the village of Sajzī, a piece of land of Sajzai desert is designated as a development site of the village as the “Mahdī” settlement, which has been planted and planted by the Housing Foundation of the Islamic Revolution.
With the approval of the government on the date of 22/2/1377, the geographical points of Sajzai – the pasture farm and the residential complex of the railway station merged into the city of Isfahan and became known as the city of Sajzī.
Sajzi Municipality has been officially appointed as mayor since September 1998 by choosing Mr. Seyed Asghar Fayyaz.
As mentioned, the city of Sajzai has been attended by the people of Iran for various stages and times. The donation of more than 30 martyrs represents the sacrifice and courage of the hard-working and hard-hearted people of Sajzai. The existence of 10 mosques and two hussainiyahs from the faith and faith of the people who, with the effort and effort of digging the qanats in the heart of the earth, sought after a day of solos, and demanded from the gods of life and development.
Today, Sejzi witnesses men in all scenes, including the seminary, university, army forces, and the judiciary, who are proud of the success of the Sajzai-Fazlaki-Zafreh. Young people who share in all the scenes of progress and development of the Islamic country of Iran. are .
The existence of Sajsee’s marginal factories has created the largest industrial city in Isfahan (Sajzee), with about 48 percent of the employed in these centers, and with the development of the town, it seems that more youth in the province and the city of Isfahan seems to be.
It is hoped that the authorities of the ministry of industries, mines and industrial towns with the agenda of the green industry and the sustainable development of the current situation, which every day morning desert dew with pollutant particles on pomegranate leaves, figs and saffron daisies, freshness of the morning Sometimes it turns into black leaves, which causes respiratory and pulmonary problems for residents of the area to turn green and bushy fields into trees and passion plants.
The development of the city of Sajdzi in the region and the land of the village of Al-Mahdi, the city of Imam Khomeini, with a capacity of at least 50,000 industrial workers and workers in the near future will give job and industry applicants.

Source: Sejzey Municipality

Iran-Tourismus in der Shushtar-Stadt


Der historische Komplex von Mühlen und Wasserfällen von Shushtar gehört zur Sassanidenzeit und ist nach 1500 Jahren immer noch gesund. Die Wasserstrukturen von Shushtar wurden gebaut, um die Wasserkraft für Mühlen zu nutzen.

Dieser Komplex besteht aus verschiedenen Teilen wie Mühlen, Wasserfällen, Kanälen, Aquädukten und „Sika“ – einem Erholungsort. Ein berühmter französischer Archäologe erwähnte dieses Gebiet als “den größten Industriekomplex vor demindustriell Revolution ”in ihrem Reiseplan.

Steinfiguren von Kul Farah-Izeh

Kul Farah ist ein Tal 7 km nordöstlich von Izeh und umfasst sechs elamitische Relieffiguren sowie einige Überreste elamitischer Menschen in der Antike wie Gräber, Wasserkanäle, Gebäude und Aussichtstürme auf den Bergen.

Nach den Steininschriften war dieser Ort der Tempel des elamitischen Gottes Narsina. “Kul” bedeutet “Tal” und “Farah” bedeutet “Glück”. Im Gegensatz zu anderen unangenehmen engen Schluchten in der Region ist es eine angenehme.

Tang-e Chowgan

Das antike Chowgan-Tal ist 23 Kilometer von Kazerun entfernt, neben den Ruinen der historischen Stadt Bishapur und des Flusses Shapur. Es ist ein einzigartiger Komplex aus Sassaniden-Überresten und Schnitzereien. Dieses Tal umfasst eine riesige Statue von Shapur l mit einer Höhe von 6 Metern in der Shapur-Höhle, die 800 Meter höher als das Flussbett ist, sowie sechs Relieffiguren von Shapur l, Bahram lund Bahram ll.

Von Bishapur aus betreten das Tal vier Relieffiguren im Norden und links und zwei weitere im Süden und rechts. Das erste zeigt die Feier des Sieges von Shapur I über die Valerians. Shapur nannte den Iran “die Sonne der Welt” und die einzige Supermacht der Welt “in Anwesenheit von Baldrian und seinen Kommandeuren und dem Befehl, die Figuren dieses Sieges auf verschiedenen Reittieren zu schneiden. Shapur l ist in der Mitte der Figur auf einem Pferd abgebildet.

Stämme und Clans des Iran

Der Iran ist ein Land, das von verschiedenen Stämmen bevölkert wird, die jeweils in verschiedene Stämme eintauchen und in verschiedene Gruppen eintauchen:

  1. Turkmenen: Turkmenen sind turkische Stämme, die in der turkmenischen Sahra-Region in den östlichen Ebenen der Provinzen Mazandaran und Nord-Khorasan in der Nähe der Grenze zu Turkmenistan leben.
  2. Kurden: Diese Leute sprechen auf Kurdisch. Kurden gehören zu den ältesten iranischen Stämmen. Sie leben im ganzen Land; Sie leben im ganzen Land. Die meisten von ihnen leben jedoch in den Provinzen Kurdistan, Ilam, Kermanshah und Luristan.
  3. Baluches: Baluch-Leute leben in weniger bevölkerten Wüsten im äußersten Südosten des Iran und in abgelegenen Regionen im Westen Pakistans.

Baluch, wörtlich übersetzt “Wandern”, gehört zu den seltenen iranischen Stämmen, die ihren semi-nomadischen Lebensstil beibehalten haben. Sie sind geschickte Reiter und veranstalten berühmte Kamelreiten.

  • Bakhtiyaries: Bakhtiyari ist der Name eines großen irischen Lur-Stammes, der als Lur-e Bozorg bekannt ist und in Mittel-Zagrus lebt. Die abgelegenen Regionen von Chahar Mahal und Bakhtiyari und Khuzestan sind die Residenzen der meisten Bakhtiyaries; Viele von ihnen haben sich jedoch in Dörfern und Städten angesiedelt. Ein anderer Stamm mit unabhängiger Identität ist Kamari Araber. Sie sind Araber, die in der Nähe von Bakhtiyaries leben und ähnliche Sitten und Dialekte verwenden.
  • Qashqaees: Qashqaee ist ein weiterer großer Stamm des Iran (Bakhtiyari ist der andere). Die meisten von ihnen leben in der Provinz Fars. Einige von ihnen reisen im Laufe der Jahre immer noch zwischen Sommer- und Winterheimen. Qashqaees sind Türken und folgen der schiitischen Religion. Sie sind sehr interessant in ihren Ritualen und Traditionen. Ihre Sprache ist eine Mischung aus Qashqaee-Türkisch, die sich mit Persern gut auskennt und fließend spricht.

Sie reisen während des Jahres immer noch zwischen Sommer- und Winterhäusern. Qashqaee sind Türken und folgen der schiitischen Religion. Sie sind sehr interessiert an ihren Ritualen und Traditionen. Ihre Sprache ist eine Mischung aus Qashqaee-Türkisch und Persisch.

  • Lurs: Lurs kommen aus arischen Rassen, die sich mit Kashi oder Kasit-Stämmen vermischen. Im Laufe der Zeit haben sich einige Gruppen von Arabern und Türken mit ihnen vermischt; Sie haben sich jedoch ihre Identität bewahrt. Sie stammen aus zwei Prozent der iranischen Bevölkerung und leben hauptsächlich in Luristan und Kermanshah sowie teilweise in den Provinzen Hamedan.
  • Perser: Mehr als 65 Prozent der iranischen Bevölkerung sind Perser. Sie sind Nachkommen elamitischer oder arischer Rassen.
  • Araber: Fast 4 Prozent (2,5 Millionen) der iranischen Bevölkerung sind Araber. Die meisten von ihnen leben in der Provinz Khuzestan und auf den Inseln des Persischen Golfs.
  • Aserbaidschan: Aserbaidschan ist eine Region im Nordwesten des Iran, einschließlich der Provinzen West-Aserbaidschan, Ost-Aserbaidschan und Ardebil. Diese Region ist der Hauptwohnsitz der iranischen Azeries. Azeri-Türken machen 25 Prozent der Bevölkerung aus.

Iran Reiseleiter , Durch die Entwicklung der Medien ist der Iran mittlerweile in den westlichen Ländern bekannt und viele Touristen reisen jährlich in den Iran. Der Iran-Tourismus  hat jedoch das Potenzial, viel mehr Besucher zu haben.

ist sehr umfangreich. Die großartigen touristischen Sehenswürdigkeiten und Attraktionen befinden sich in jeder Ecke des Landes. Sie können in den Alborz-Bergen wandern und Ski fahren oder das Nomadenleben in der Bergkette Zagros sehen.

Eine Strandreise im Süden am Persischen Golf oder im Norden am Kaspischen Meer könnte eine andere Wahl sein. Aber unter allen wichtigen Touristenattraktionen möchten sie eine tiefe Reise in die reiche und reiche Geschichte und Kultur des Iran unternehmen.

zentralen und westlichen Teil des Iran finden Sie prächtige Monumente, die die Geschichte verschiedener Epochen und Dynastien widerspiegeln.

Sie können von uns eine Reiseroute nach Zeit, Interesse und Budget planen oder Sie können Ihre Lieblingstour durch den Iran entwerfen und anpassen. Ob als Alleinreisender oder als Paar oder in Begleitung Ihrer Familie und Freunde, PERSIAPSSENGER bietet Ihnen die besten Reisen.

ist ein kulturell reiches Land mit Hunderten von historischen Monumenten, die die Geschichte und Kultur der Epoche widerspiegeln, in der sie gebaut werden. Daher sind die beliebtesten Reisen ausländischer Touristen in den Iran meistens eine Reise in die Kultur .

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