From the 6th centry BC until 1935, the country that today is Iran was known as Persia. Iran has a very colorful and diversified landscape, ranging from plateaus to mountain ranges and to plains bordering the Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea. Iran, heir to the ancient traditions of Persia, was located at the crossroads, the center of the route. As a result, the road to Persia became a symbol of humanity's desire to travel, to explore, and to learn. The unique position - geographically and culturally - along the ancient Silk Road provided Persia.
Best Time to visit the Country:
Being a vast country, Iran has regions with differing temperatures during a given period. In the northern coastal areas of the Caspian Sea, the climate is mild and humid.
The Southern parts and the Persian Gulf region have a hotter climate than Central Iran.
More accurately, from mid-April to early June and from late September to early November are the best times to enjoy the matchless beauty of the country.
A visa is necessary for entry into Iran for a stipulated period of time for economic, commercial, cultural and industrial purposes. It is issued by the Embassy if the Islamic Republic of Iran for foreign nationals, after receiving the approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The authorized duration of stay is usually up to 30 days.
Tehran, Esfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Tabriz
Persian and Persian dialects 58%, Azari and Turkic dialects 26%, Kurdish 9% and others.
Country’s Total Area:
1,648,195 million sq.km (the seventeenth largest country in the world)
Gilaki and Mazandarani
Iran's plateau climate is relatively dry and despite the country's location in the world's dry climate belt. The country's span across 25 and 40-degree latitude. in the north-west, winters are cold with heavy snowfall and subfreezing temperatures. Spring and fall are relatively mild while summers are dry and hot.
73,000,000 million EST.
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