Somewhere in Tehran

Iran travel stories

Getting Married for Iran

Married for Iran Travel Travel Plans to Iran Let me start off by saying I never thought I would go to Iran. Or get married. So when my Iranian boyfriend, Hamid, first came home to our small Istanbul flat and told me he thought we should get married to go visit his...

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12 Tips to Travel Muslim Countries

From the moment you enter your credit card number and hit accept you are in for an adventure. Traveling to a foreign country is exciting, educational, and at times scary. Whether you choose a guided tour when you arrive, or decide to channel your inner Indiana Jones...

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Yazd, Iran and Bahrain

The City and province of Yazd in Iran holds many wonders of architectural significance. A Zoroastrian Fire Temple in Yazd holds a traditional fire, which has been kept alight by Zoroastrian priests, continuously for over 1100 years. Caravansaries, Islamic architecture...

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Shams Ensemble with Whirling Dervish

This incredible performance comes to ITKT by way of Iran. I was fortunate enough to catch the Shams Ensemble on a recent tour of the US in Los Angeles at the Ebell Theater. The group was started by Kaykhosro Pournazeriin 1980 and was the first musician to compose...

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Iran Travel Blog

Rick Steves Blogs About his Travels in Iran European travel expert Rick Steves is blogging about a new and unlikely travel destination – Iran . A well-know advocate of “close-to-the-ground” travel broadening perspectives and destroying ethnocentricity, Steves blogs...

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