The World Records in Tourism Attractions
‘The most…’ is an enticing description to encourage travelers. This word cause that the passengers search on different sites to find the most interesting places. This description is the main reason which has made a lot of tourists and travelers put Iran on their itinerary. Iran is no exception to this rule and has always attracted many tourists by having different sites such as the tallest, largest, oldest, most beautiful, and warmest. Iran, however, is a place for many record figures, but a lot of people know nothing about this. The following list encompasses 16 instances of “the most” remarkable records that Iran holds among all countries. It would be certainly a pleasure to read about them.
Iran Tourism Diversity
A Chance to Experience Colorful programs in Iran. You can experience almost all sorts of tourism, thanks to its colorful and rich cultural heritage and also natural beauty and Biodiversity. Iran is a four-season country where there are always many chances of tourism activity all year round. In the following, you can find out what we are talking about.
Iran Eco-Tourism Diversity
Eco and adventure tourism are concepts on the rise in the international tourism industry. Iran is a country with very diverse nature, mountains, lakes, caves, forests, exclusive animal and plant species, various water springs, and much more like the several Islands in the south and shores of the Caspian Sea in the north. All these make Iran a favorite country for those interested in experiencing something new, amazing, and unforgettable. Ecotourism is a new trend and phenomenon and because of the natural attractions and scenery and untouched areas of the country of Iran, It has become even more important than other tourism models.
Blue Mosque the Turquoise of Islam
It is one of Mozafariyeh's era Mosques and monuments that built upon the order of Jahanshah ebn e shah-Yusef, a ruler of the Qara Qoyunloo dynasty. It attests to the constructive efforts of this dynasty in a Tabriz. The construction of the Blue Mosque of Tabriz was begun at the request of Khatun-Jan Beigom, the consort of Johanshah, under the supervision of Ezz-ed-Din Gamchi and was completed in Rabi’-ol-Avval 870 AH / AD Oct.Dec. 1465. A thorough examination of this monument reveals that its construction was based on a predetermined project comprising plans and decorative schemes prepared by eminent architects and artists of the time.
Underground City of Nushabad or Ouyi
A Masterpiece of Iranian Ancient Architecture
The underground city of Ouyi (Nushabad) in northern Kashan - Isfahan province - is considered one of the masterpieces of ancient architecture. The depth of this underground city varies from 4 to 18 meters. To reach the underground city there have been several different openings. Some of these openings were located inside the houses of people and some others were located in important gathering places such as the main fort just outside the city. People could live in the underground passages and room for several days without the need of going outside.