Akhlamad is a village in the province of Razavi Khorasan in northeastern Iran. It is located 60km west of Mashhad, the capital of the province. Akhlamad is known for its waterfall which is a popular tourist excursion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Akhlamad"
Aradan is a village near the city of Garmsar in Semnan Province, central Iran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aradan, Iran"
The Village of Balov is a small village situated in the northern regions of Iran, near the city of Orumieh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Balov"
The village of Chak Chak, also known as Pir-e Sabz, consists of a shrine perched beneath a towering cliff face in the desert of central Iran. It is the most sacred of the Zoroastrian mountain shrines. Located near the city of Ardakan in Yazd province, Chak Chak serves as a pilgrimage point for pious Zoroastrians. Each year from June 14-18 many thousands of Zoroastrians from Iran, India and other countries flock to the fire temple of Pir-e Sabz. Tradition has it that pilgrims are to stop the moment they see the sight of the temple and continue their journey on foot the rest of the way. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chak Chak"
Darband is a former village, now a neighborhood inside Tehran's city limits. It is the beginning of a very popular hiking trail into the Alborz mountain Toochal, which towers over Tehran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Darband (Tehran)"
The name Kilan means - according to its natives - Kingsplace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kilan"
Masouleh is a village in the Gilan Provence of Iran. Historical names for the village include Maasalar and Khortab. It was founded in the 10th century CE, and it's current population is estimated to be around 800 persons. ...more on Wikipedia about "Masouleh"
Namakabrood (also Namakabrud) is a touristic village in the Mazandaran province of Iran. Namak abrood has an aerial tramway which starts at the sea level near the shores of the Caspian Sea and ends on the top of the Alborz heights crossing dense forest area of northern Iran. There are numerous villa cities around it which form a vacation region for the people of Tehran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Namakabrood"
Sivand is a village near Shiraz, best known for a nearby dam. Sivand is home to the Sivandi language which is a Central Iranian language lying like an island in a sea of Persian-speakers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sivand"
Vanak (in Persian ونک) is a neighbourhood in the northern part of Tehran city, capital of Iran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vanak"
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