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    Persepolis Impressive ruins of a vast city-like complex built over 2,500 years ago, near the Marvdasht town And Also the Marvdash is near the modern City of Shiraz. It was set on fire by Alexander of Macedon and further ruined by Arabs. Called TakhteJamshid in Persian, Persepolis is the symbol of Iranian nationality.

    Na’in or Naein is a small and quiet town at the edge of desert. A small pattern of a desert town. Everything you like to see in a desert town you can find there.

    Kish Island, a free trade zone in the Persian Gulf, it is regarded as a consumer's 'paradise', with numerous malls, shopping centres, tourist attractions, and resort hotels. Kish is the home of Dariush Grand Hotel, a magnificent hotel in Iran and one of the top ten best hotels in the Middle East.

    Qeshm Island, is Iran's largest and the Persian Gulf's largest island. Qeshm island is famous for its wide range of ecotourist attractions such as the Hara marine forests. According to environmentalists, about 1.5% of the world birds and 25% of Iran's native birds annually migrate to Hara forests which is the first national geo park.

    Susa, or Shush located 110km North of Ahvaz, was Iran's most ancient city. The Zigurat of Chughazanbil, Darius the Great's palace, the Jewish prophet Daniel's temple and Artaxerxer II 's palace are among the historical sites.

    Dizin is one of the highest ski resorts in the world located just two hours north of Tehran. Great powder snow, cheap prices and few international visitors makes this is a great place for a ski holiday.

    Pasargad, the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire, and home to the Tomb of Cyrus.

    Rasht , the city in the north with wonderful nature.

    Shahr-e Rey,one of the oldest city in south of Tehran,that's a must-see including cultural and historic heritage.