Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Soltaniye dome in Zanjan


 From impressive and incredible monuments to precious religious shrines, Iran can boast a great deal of UNESCO World Heritage sites. If you are thinking of going to Iran, you, like many others, probably have Isfahan and Shiraz on your list without thinking of all the amazing, smaller towns in the country that are perhaps even more beautiful. Wen was accompanied by Milad and they didn’t take the road everybody else is taking. They visited Soltaniye dome in Zanjan where gave them a far more authentic Persian experience.


 From impressive and incredible monuments to precious religious shrines, Iran can boast a great deal of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Wen and Masood are visiting Soltaniye Dome in Zanjan

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Inlaid Art Work


Handicrafts commonly referred to as handmade crafts or artisan. These types of items produced are known as handicrafts as they are prepared solely by hands, and do not involve the use of any machinery. Iran features amongst the topmost rated culturally rich countries in the world. Our country is privileged enough to possess some very highly skilled artisans. We can say that each region of Iran is endowed with unique handicraft that adds charm to the state and the country as a whole. You can visit Qeytariye bazar in Isfahan and spend some hours in this historical yet alive atmosphere which seems to be a great experience while traveling in Iran and enjoy watching and buying these marvelous inlaid art crafts consist of objects with small wooden triangles in regular geometric forms. 


You can visit Qeytariye bazar in Isfahan and spend some hours in this historical yet alive atmosphere which seems to be a great experience while traveling in Iran and enjoy watching and buying these marvelous inlaid art crafts consist of objects with small wooden triangles in regular geometric forms.
Inlaid art works that you can find in Isfahan


Sunday, June 2, 2019

henna art in Iran


Decorative and attractive henna art on the skin is a long-standing part of Persian culture. A tradition often associated with wedding rituals and other important celebrations, many tourists to Iran- especially Southern Iran- enjoy having beautiful designs skillfully applied to their hands. Artists use a brush, stick, or fine plastic nozzle to apply the paste to the skin, creating intricate patterns and designs on various parts of the body.  Genoveva, our Spanish guest, Visited Qeshm Island and she found hordes of people doing this activity and she tried it.


tradition often associated with wedding rituals and other important celebrations, many tourists to Iran- especially Southern Iran- enjoy having beautiful designs skillfully applied to their hands. Artists use a brush, stick, or fine plastic nozzle to apply the paste to the skin,
Genoveva, is trying henna art in Qeshm island