Alamut Castle, The Fortress of Assassins

The mysterious story of the Alamut fortress, the old man of the Mountains, and his assassins is mixed with lots of legends and stories.

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Hir Village, The Cornelian Cherry Village in Qazvin Province

Another gorgeous sight in the Alamut region is Hir village which is 65 kilometers away from Qazvin city. The village of Cornelian Cherries.

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Qazvin Sweets – A Little Bite of Heaven

Qazvin is having the biggest sweets collection in Iran. The evening tea served with sweets is one thing you cannot miss in Iran!

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Sa’d al-Saltaneh Caravanserai

Sa’d al-Saltaneh Caravanserai is a structure that dates back to the Qajar era. As you might know, most Caravanseraies are located outside the cities. But this one is the biggest Iranian Caravanserai inside a city. Its long vaulted passages are full of different shops. Thus, you can enjoy seeing the galleries and shops full of […]

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Qajar Bathhouse & Anthropology Museum

As an ancient tradition, public bathhouses have been an important part of every city in Persia and there are numerous public bathhouses in cities and villages of Iran. As the technology advanced, most public bathhouses were abandoned. As a result, most of these hammams have turned in to ruins. There are a few remaining hammams […]

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Ovan Lake, One Of The Greatest Lakes Of Iran

  Get ready to join us on a trip to visit one of the amazing lakes of Iran. Together we step on the path leading Ovan Lake and get to know this natural attraction of Qazvin. We will tell you about the facilities of Ovan Lake and review the opportunities for having fun along this […]

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Gheymeh Nesar

Rice is the most common item in Iranian cuisine. They love rice and use it in almost every dish. They cook rice, mixed with lots of things: lentils, mung beans, tomatoes, cherries, saffron and dried or fresh vegetables. But the most luxurious Iranian rice dish is the famous traditional food of Qazin, Gheymeh Nesar.

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Jameh Mosque of Qazvin

Known as the oldest Jameh Mosque in Iran, Jameh Mosque of Qazvin was built in 807 AD. Like many other mosques in the country, the mosque was built to replace a Zoroastrian fire temple which dated back to the Sassanian Empire (224–651 AD). The mosque was relatively small in size until the Safavid Dynasty (1501–1736) […]

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Qazvin Chehel Sotun

Qazvin Chehel Sotun is a Safavid Pavilion in the central district of Qazvin. When Shah Tahmasp I (1514 – 1576) moved the capital from Tabriz to Qazvin, he ordered architects from around the country to design and build a royal pavilion and garden for himself. The result was a huge royal complex and the Chehel […]

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Cantor Church

The Cantor Church (also known as The Russian Church), is a Russian Orthodox church which was built in 1905 for the Russian engineers who were hired for road constructions in Qazvin. The church is relatively small in size, but what makes it stand out is its unique architecture and a three-story bellhouse which is roughly […]

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