Varzaneh Attractions

Asiab-e Shotor (Camel’s Mill) Mills are structures that, with the help of the forces of natural elements such as water and wind, turn wheat, barley, and legumes into flour. The bread was once the main part of the food chain to ancient…
Baloch ethnicity

Baloch Ethnicity

On the eastern lands of Iran, the people of Baloch live in Baluchestan. Interestingly, the Baloch not only live in Iran, but also in Pakistan and some parts of Afghanistan. There is a great antiquity behind their culture. Some of the Balochis…
Qashqai ethnicity

Qashqai Ethnicity

The Qashqai ethnicity is one of the major ethnicities in Iran in terms of population. In the beginning, they were a part of the Ghabchagh tribe (an area in the north of Caspian Sea). They later moved towards the land between Sistan and India;…

Kurd Ethnicity

The term ‘’Kurd” is derived from a noun meaning Nomad and Herdsmen. Before the Muslim conquest of Persia, the people who dwelled the mountains were referred to as Kurti (Kurdi). The Kurds were known as one of the most skillful warriors…

Lur Ethnicity

The Lur ethnicity is one of the numerous ethnicities, living in the western lands of Iran since long ago. They are known for their acts of courage and braveries during the hardships that Iran has been through. According to the latest census…

Ethnic groups in Iran

Ethnic Groups in Iran The Iranian nation is but a single nation. Still and all, some cultural diversities can be seen. However, these Ethnic Groups in Iran have common cultural, linguistic, historical, and mythological roots which makes…

Hammam: A Guide To Iran’s Top Bathhouses

Water, the Rare Gold Hammam & Water has long been sacred to Iranians. The ancient religions of Iran, such as Mithraism and Zoroastrianism, considered water as a symbol of purity. That is why water was considered a divine element. The…
Zurkhaneh: A Place for a Heroic Sport

Zurkhaneh: A Place for a Heroic Sport

Zurkhaneh, a Spiritual Gymnasium There is an ancient sport that the people of Isfahan are still familiar with and consider it a symbol of heroism and morality. These places are known as Zurkhaneh that are indoor gyms. In the past, they were…
monar jonban

Monar Jonban & Fire Altars

A Tomb near the Zayandeh Rud River On the banks of the Zayandeh Rud River in the western part of Isfahan, there is a monument that has amazed its visitors for the past five decades. Monar Jonban, literary meaning Shaking Minarets, was built…

Jameh Mosque of Isfahan

The Greatest Museum of Iranian and Islamic Architecture. This is the title given to the Jameh Atiq (ancient) Mosque of Isfahan. Jameh Mosque of Isfahan with an area of ​​20,000 square meters is one of the best examples of mosques of the…