Also known as Kohan Dej, Arg-e Tabas, or Tabas Fortress is an old citadel in town of Tabas, in southern Khorasan. The citadel dates back at least 1,000 years and probably much earlier. Some historians believe that the foundations extend all the way back to [Read more…]
This is a site where in 1938 the remains of an 8-10 year old Neanderthal child were discovered.
Lake Urmia may soon be no more.
Congratulations! You’re in Iranian West Azerbaijan.
This was just a cool New York Times Daily 360 on the popular tourist spot of Santorini.
Anyone who goes to Slovenia and ventures outside the capital has to visit Lake Bled. It’s like the thing to do.
Portugal’s Douro River Valley is one of Europe’s most scenic spots. It’s also one of the best places to sample the country’s wine and local cuisine.
For some clean air and scenic views, you really can’t go wrong with the Austrian village of Hallstatt.
Vernazza is a WOW!
The small Italian town of Manfredonia lies on Italy’s Adriatic coast, about 35 minutes northeast of the city of Foggia.
Giannutri is the smallest and most southern of the inhabited islands of the Tuscan Archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The Khamseh nomads of northeastern Fars province, Iran.
When it comes to touring Iran, Maragheh is one of those cities that is off the beaten path. However, this does not make it any less interesting than other, more well-known parts of the country, especially in the Azeri provinces of Iran. Though an ancient [Read more…]
Nestled in the Alborz mountains and visible from the Iranian capital of Tehran (that is on a clear day) is the majestic Mt. Damavand. At just over 5,670 meters in height, Mt. Damavand is the tallest mountain in the Middle East. Of course, it’s more [Read more…]
Located in the rocky hills of Iran’s West Azerbaijan province is the old city of Maku. Though small, Maku is a good rest stop if you’re traveling through the region. There are also a few cool things to see here should you have a few [Read more…]