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Do not approach these dangerous sites in Iran

Do not approach these dangerous sites in Iran

There are sites in Iran hiding secrets at their heart and still wearing a shroud of mystery with the passage of time. Some of these are manmade, and others have been made by the life-giving Divinity. This report will take you on a safe tour of some of these sites.

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Neyshabur holds the world’s oldest turquoise mine

Neyshabur holds the world’s oldest turquoise mine

Neyshabur turquoise mine, located 53 kilometers northwest of Neyshabur, is among the general mines of this city and its visitors are not too many. Tourists can pay the amount of five thousand tomans and take a tour of this 7000-year old mine.

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Iran to attract 20 million tourists by 2025

Iran to attract 20 million tourists by 2025

The Head of Iran’s Tourism Organization, Ali-Asghar Munesan, has said that his country aims to attract 20 million tourists by 2025 by mobilizing all its facilities with an eye on the importance the government and parliament attach to tourism in order to give Iran its rightful place in the industry.  

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Thousand and one nights tourist train

Thousand and one nights tourist train

Three years ago, the first tourist train arrived in Iran with 150 American and European passengers. Today, the Thousand and one nights luxury train drove into the city of Yazd with 57 American and European passengers.  

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Iranians turned tourist

Iranians turned tourist

Based on the latest statistics provided by the Tourism Organization of Iran the number of Iranian tourists traveling abroad rose to nine million 196 thousand and 140 last year. This figure was three million 474 thousand and 692 people in the first five months of this year,  

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Visa requirements for Iran removed?

Visa requirements for Iran removed?

The Head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization has announced talks with the Foreign Ministry to cancel visa requirements for tourists coming to Iran.

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56% Growth in tourists from EU and US to Iran

56% Growth in tourists from EU and US to Iran

European and American tourists are coming more to Iran, with the statistics showing a surge of 56.6% since 2016 till July 2017. The same statistics show a decline in tourists from Iraq and the Persian Gulf states.

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Americans still travel to Iran

Americans still travel to Iran

The tour operators’ association chief in Iran denied claims by the US State Department that Iran has stopped issuing visas for American citizens.

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