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It might be very interesting for you to be able to go to the salt village of Potash in the heart of the desert and see the salt waterfall of Potash and swim in the salt pool.
40 km east of Khor va Biabank village, north of Potas mining complex,The salt village has been built with a very beautiful natural attraction, 25 meters high called the salt waterfall. In this complex, in addition to the salt waterfall, a coffee shop, restaurant, 6 residences and a salt pool have also been built. The interesting thing about these buildings is that they are all made of salt and are white in color, which the beauty is doubled by their special lighting at night.
Sports and recreational facilities and a sky-watching area are to be added to the village ,Salt therapy pools will also be added to the village for health tourism.
In addition, sodium chloride, potassium chloride and magnesium hydroxide are also extracted and exploited from this mine.
Other attractions around this salt village are: the Salt Lake, Mesr Desert, the village of Arousan and Garmeh.
Wonderful Iran Tour invites you to visit the only salt waterfall in the world and visit other attractions of this region.
Shazde Garden is located 2 km from Mahan city of Kerman. This garden is one of the 9 most famous gardens in the world, which has also been registered by UNESCO world heritage site.
This garden was built during the Qajar period by the order of the Sardar Iravani, Iranian ruler of Kerman.
This historical garden of Iran was built in the heart of the desert and is the largest garden in Iran, which has 2 mansions and a very eye-catching faade. In this garden, the most beautiful and numerous fountains of Iranian gardens that work based on the force of Height difference between two levels can be seen.
Wonderful Iran tour invites you to come and visit Iranian gardens in Iran specially Shazdeh garden.
One of the most beautiful attractions of Isfahan is Chaharbagh Street.
Chaharbagh (4 Garden) is actually called to those gardens that are divided into 4 parts by passages. Of the old gardens of Isfahan, only Hasht Behesht garden is left. Chaharbagh Safavid (Chaharbagh Bala) and Chaharbagh Abbasi date back to the time of Shah Abbas I about 1000 years ago. In the following periods, Chaharbagh Pa'in along Chaharbagh Abbasi and Chaharbagh Khajoo parallel to Chaharbagh were added.
Chaharbagh Abbasi and Chaharbagh Bala are separated by Si-o-Se Pol (thirty-three bridges).
Recently, the passage of motorcycle and vehicles on this street has been banned and the floor of the street has been paved and turned into a sidewalk. Volkswagen mobile van cafes can be a good place to sit and enjoy the sound of birds among the sycamore trees in 4 lanes of the street for spending the afternoon and drinking cafes and coffee.
Wonderful Iran tour invites you to spend a spring or autumn evening in Chaharbagh and double your pleasure by walking in Chaharbagh and sitting and drinking a cup of coffee or tea.
Yogurt stew is a famous and delicious dessert of Isfahan that Wonderful Iran tour suggests you to try it once because you will surely fall in love with it. This food is the only stew that is served as a dessert and cold.
Here is how to cook this traditional Iranian dessert:
Ingredients: Yogurt - lamb neck meat - Onion - Egg yolk - Sugar - Salt - Water - Rosewater - Saffron - Barberry - Almond and pistachio slices
How to prepare: Put the neck meat and onion in water with spices and let it cook completely. After cooking, separate the bones and beat the meat until it is white and elastic.
In a separate bowl, mix the yogurt, sugar and egg yolk and put it on the gas and stir regularly until it boils. After boiling, add the meat and mix until the ingredients are one-handed, then add rosewater, saffron, salt and slices and mix.Pour the delicious dessert in the desired dish and garnish with barberry and sliced almonds and pistachios.
It is better to keep this dessert in the refrigerator for 24 hours to fit and then serve it cold.
You can contact wonderful Iran tour team to register you in the Iranian food cooking class, to learn how to make these delicious foods and desserts yourself.
We have many tourist attractions in Iran, whether historical, cultural or natural, many of which are UNESCO world heritage site.Here are 10 of the best that we recommend you to see during your trip with Wonderful Iran tour.
In addition to historical attractions, Shiraz also has natural attractions. The most important of them is Maharloo Salt Lake in the southeast of Shiraz on Fasa road. The lake is located in a village of the same name.
This seasonal lake becomes almost dry and salt marsh in summer and is refilled with seasonal rivers and rain in autumn and winter which is the best time for visiting.
The reason this lake is famous is its pink (red) water. The evaporation rate of this lake is very high, so it is very salty, and this causes a type of algae called Dunaliella salina or red tide to multiply in it and turn the water pink. No fish or other living creatures grow in this lake except Artima. But there are many migratory and non-migratory birds in it, the most important of which are Flamingos, Oysters, Ostriches, and so on.
A few years ago, the lake dried up completely, but returned to its previous state with rain. This lake is also a source of salt for Shiraz and also a cosmetic pigment.
After crossing the beautiful nature of the Turkmen Sahara, you reach the hills above which there are 3 shrine and a large number of strange tombs.
The shrines belong to Khalid Nabi, Alam Baba and Chupan Atta, all of which have a quadrangular structure. Khalid Nabi was the prophet of the religion of Ismael who came to Iran to propagate Christianity.
It is said that two other shrines belong to one of the relatives and the other belongs to Khalid Nabi's father-in-law.
Facing the tomb of Alam Baba is a tree that is famous for Miracle. The Turkmen believe that this tree meets their needs, so they tie the cloth to it.
There were about 600 tombstones on the hills, which were from 0.5 to 4 meters high. Some of these tombs are next to each other and some are on separate mountains. The shape of the sculptures is in three forms: some that are tall, which are the sexual organs of men, whose height varies according to their social status.Some are shorter statues that are the shape of women's breasts and some are like rams that symbolize power for the Turkmen.
The date of this cemetery and graves is not known, but it is considered to belong to the Seljuk period.
There are 2 narrations about this cemetery: 1- These statues are the enemies of Khalid Nabi who have been stoned by the God to protect Khalid Nabi and his companions. 2- These statues are Khalid Nabi and his companions who have been stoned to protect against the enemies.
The best season to visit this cemetery and the Turkmen Sahara is spring (April and May).
Wonderful Iran Tour invites you to visit the Turkmen Sahara and this strange cemetery, and in addition to watching these beautiful landscapes and nature, you can also visit the healing seasonal fountain of this cemetery, which is known as Khezr Dandan.
Between the traditional atmosphere of Naqsh-e-jahan square and the modernity of Ostandari street, in the Posht Matbakh alley, one of the best cafe restaurants, Namakdon is located. The traditional environment and building of Namakdan mansion and the existence of a modern cafe in this mansion have given it a modern look. The inside of the mansion is like the yard of a grandmother's house, traditional, old and beautiful. It is an old mansion with very old tables and chairs and doors. The green pond, the earthenware pots and the sprinkler at the edge of the pond have doubled the mansion's traditional nature.
The building of the mansion is a relic of the Qajar era, the reason for naming this building is not clear. This name may be due to its special geometric shape or perhaps because the king breaking bread with one of his enemies in time of peace, has given the name of the salt shaker to this palace.
if you are not old enough to visit your grandmother's house, you can sit in the yard and listen to traditional music to evoke the nostalgic environment of that time.
In this mansion, you can sit and eat both in the courtyard and in the floor rooms, which are like a museum of antiques.The food in the restaurant is traditional and has a limited menu, and in the cafe you can enjoy one of the best coffees.
Wonderful Iran Tour invites you to spend your autumn`s afternoon in this beautiful mansion.
There are different ethnic groups in Iran, each with its own language, customs and, of course, its own Traditional dress. Today Wonderful Iran Tour wants to introduce you the local costumes of the northern people.
The coverage of the people of the north is very colorful and beautiful due to the nature, flowers and greenery of the area where they live. The dress of the people of the northern region is divided into several different models:
Mazandarani: They have colored dress that are relatively shorter than other cities in the north, and men usually wear their socks on their pants.
Turkaman: Most common in Golestan, women's red long dress and men's woolen hats are special features of their clothes.
Gilaki: Very colorful clothes for women and wide belts for men are the features of clothes of people living in Gilan
Gilan: In Gilan, felt hats are very common for men and women's clothes are divided into 3 models: Ghasemabadi for the east, Taleshi for the west and Rasukhi for the center of Gilan. Colorful sequins and white scarves are also common .
for more information about traditional dresses of other ethnic groups in Iran, please follow Wonderful Iran`s future blogs.
Shamsuddin Mohammad Hafez Shirazi, a poet of the 8th century, born in Shiraz, known as the Lesan-ol-Gheib (the tongue of the unseen), means the knower of secrets and the world of the unseen. Because he memorized the Qur'an as a child, he was given the title of Hafiz meaning memorizer.
Hafez fell in love with a girl at young age named Shakhe Nabat (which you can see her name in his poems) and married her. He had one son, whom he lost during his trip to India, and after the death of his wife, he did not marry again, which is why he is considered a symbol of true love. He composed his poetry collection during 50 years, most of which are lyric poems describing love and wine.
His poems were translated into most languages of the world in the 18th and 19th centuries, and Goethe and Nietzsche also praised him greatly.
Every year on the 12th of October (Mehr 20th), a commemoration ceremony is held in his tomb in Shiraz, and the tomb of Hafez, known as Hafeziyeh, is one of the most famous tourist monuments in Shiraz.
Today, Hafez's lyric poems (Ghazal Diwan) can be seen in all Iranian homes, and many people may have memorized Hafez's poems. Hafez divination is one of the most common things that is done. For example, on Nowruz or Yalda night, first intends, then recites a lament for the happiness of Hafez's soul, and after swearing Shakhe Nabat, we open a page of the Divan and read and interpret the poem on the right side of the book. Hafiz’s lyric poems are considered special and mysterious poems because anyone can adapt them to their mood with any feeling and intention that they read and augur.
Why don’t you book your Trip now with Wonderful Iran team to participate in this special occasion in October 12th?