Mashhad is a city in northeast Iran, known as a place of religious pilgrimage. It’s centered on the vast Holy Shrine of Imam Reza, with golden domes and minarets that are floodlit at night. The circular complex also contains the tomb of Lebanese scholar Sheikh Bahai, plus the 15th-century, tile-fronted Goharshad Mosque, with a turquoise dome. Museums within the shrine include the Carpet Museum, with many rare pieces.
Unearthing the history, the language and, ultimately, the people of a destination can be one of travel’s most rewarding aspects. Cultural tours let you dip your toe into a country and keep going until you’re out of your depth with an eclectic blend of experiences to help you piece together what it means to be a local. Iran cultural experiences last much longer than suntans.
It connects travelers with local guides for unique food based tours all around Tehran. Eat like a local everywhere!
Today, safari often refers to trips to observe and photograph wildlife—or hiking and sightseeing, as well.
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Persian traditional music or Iranian traditional music, also known as Persian classical music or Iranian classical music, refers to the classical music of Iran. It consists of characteristics developed through the country’s classical, medieval, and contemporary eras.
The music of Iran encompasses music that is produced by Iranian artists. In addition to the traditional folk and classical genres, it also includes pop and internationally-celebrated styles such as jazz, rock, and hip hop.