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Travel to Iran: Iran Travel Guide, Discover Iran Attractions, Destinations, Travel Information, Climate, Culture, Visa, Nature, Geography, Food & Drinks, Hotels and ...

Iran can be divided into 3 major climate areas:

• Arid (desert) and semi-arid climate (most of Iran)
• Mediterranean climate (the narrow strip along side Caspian sea, north of Iran)
• Cold dry climate (in the mountain areas)

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The history of Iran is bound up in the rise and often-chaotic fall of successive ruling groups. In the 6th century BC, the first Persian Empire was founded by Cyrus the Great, which was overthrown by Alexander the Great some 200 years later, after which came a long chain of invasions from Arabs, Turks and Mongols, among others. Islam arrived in the 7th century.

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Ancient towns that date back to the Silk Road era, elaborate mosques that beam out the evocative call to prayer and modern cities where fashion-conscious youth rub shoulders with conservative elders – it’s time to demystify the misconceptions about Iran! Exquisite palaces, domed mosques, brilliant bazaars and gracious people all make Iran a true travel gem. But don’t believe us… come and experience the splendour of Iran yourself.

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Iran visa on arrival (VOA) or Iran airport visa, refers to that kind of Iran visa received by nationals of all countries (except those listed below) traveling to Iran for tourist purpose.  Iran visa on arrival has 14 days validity and issued at the six airports in Iran. In this Iran Visa on Arrival Unlimited Guide you will read about:

 

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The official language of Iran is Persian. Since all schools throughout the country use the Persian language, everybody in Iran can Speak Persian fluently with the exception of very few elderly who live in rural areas. The exact rate of literacy is not exactly clear, because of the difference in literacy definition but the rate of illiteracy is between 3.6% to 14% which are usually in the over 50 years old age group. In big cities this rate is lower.

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