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Health benefits of Mazandaran sour āsh

Health benefits of Mazandaran sour āsh

Ash-e torsh, or sour potage, is a traditional dish of Mazandaran, northern Iran, which was traditionally cooked on Chaharshanbeh-Souri – a bonfire night celebrated on the last Tuesday of the Iranian year just before Nowruz. This āsh, or a thick potage of legumes and herbs, has a sour-sweet taste and has come to be known as Ash-e torsh [torsh=sour in Persian]. In the older recipes, forty different herbs and vegetables were used and it was cooked as a healing recipe.

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Filband in the clouds

Filband in the clouds

The Filband countryside in Babol, Mazandaran Province, northern Iran is 2300 meters above sea-level. It is known as eastern Mazandaran’s rooftop. The most attractive feature of Filband is the ocean of clouds that takes over the village most times, giving it a unique aura. Many tourists come to this village to watch this amazing landscape of clouds that moves beneath their feet, taking home unforgettable memories. Climbing to “Hasin Ben” peak, the pleasure of watching Lar spring, and of course taking a moment to shoot the crimson sunset beyond the clouds are the special features of Filband village.

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Mazandaran caviar exports increase by threefold

Mazandaran caviar exports increase by threefold

Director General of Fisheries in Mazandaran Province said the province's caviar exports reached $ 10 million in the first quarter of this year, more than threefold compared to the same period last year. The last quarter of last year’s exports were worth $ 3 million.

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Spend Nowruz in the heaven of Iran

Spend Nowruz in the heaven of Iran

The historic monuments and natural landscapes of Mazandaran Province and its springs, villages, bungalows, the sea and the jungle, have all turned this northern area of Iran into a heaven for Nowruz travelers. Mazandaran has over 2500 historic monuments and natural spots, 700 of which have been registered as Iran’s national heritage. Some of these are as follows:  

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The Siberian Crane Returns to Iran

The Siberian Crane Returns to Iran

The lone migrating Siberian Crane has landed in Iran after a 5000-kilometer flight, ending his journey in the Fereidun-Kenar wetlands in Mazandaran Province before returning home in March.  

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