Shiraz

The city of Shiraz, the capital of Fars province, is located 919 Kilometers south to Tehran. The district of Shiraz enjoys a moderate weather with regular seasons.

The region of Shiraz has been specially important during its long history. It was mentioned in many Ilamian epigraphs which were discovered in Persepolis. The memorial tombs of the great two Persian poets, Sadi and Hafiz, are in this city, and the memorial tomb of the other poet, Khoaju is located near the city gate. The long history of this city has left many historical and cultural places a long side with the natural views, to be visited by tourists, which form the following are the most important:

Maharloo, Arjan and Rajy lakes. Cheshmehaye ( springs) Khargan, and Tanghaye (straits) Khani, Allah-Akbar, Herayraz and Bouan.

Baghhaye Qadimi ( Old and beautiful Persian Gardens) of Gulshan, Eram, Delgusha, Chehel Tan, Haft Tan, Jahan Nama and Takht-o-Baghe-Sadi. Gardeshgahaye(malls) Cheshmeh Feeli, Cheshmeh Salmani, Bar Dalak, Cheshmeh Chah Maski, Meyan Kotal, Band (dam) Bahman and Atashkadeh ( fire place). Parke-Milli (National Park) Bambo which is located north to Shiraz. Abou Nasr Place and Arg (Castle) of Kareem Khan Zand. Emarat Bagh Ilkhani ( gols Garden and Building), and Bagh(garden) Nashat and Bagh Nazar.

Qala (Castle) Ijdaha Paykar which is located west to Shiraz, and Qala(Castle) Kaka which is located 6 Kilometers to the east of the Dasht (Plain) Eram Djadid. Hammamhaye ( Old Bathes) Nashat and Wakeel. The Wakeel Bazaar and the New Bazaar ( Bazaar Nou). Madreseh Qadimi ( Old Schools) Khan and Aqa Baba Khan. Masjid ( Mosques) Ateeq, Shouhada and Naseerol-Mulk. Boqaa (tombs) Bibi Dukhtaran, Sayed Mir Mohammed, Alaaol-Deen Husaini, Ali ebn Hamzeh, Shuhada and Shaykh Aqtaa. Aramghah (tomb), Hafiz, Sadi, Khoajavi Kermani, Wassaf, Shah Daai ela Allah, Shan Shujaa Muzaffari, Sheikh Rouzbahan, Sheikh Kabeer, Sheikh Mohammed Lahiji, Mushreqeen, Shah Charagh, Sybaweih,Tajol-Deen Ghareeb and Chehel Tanan. Atashkadehaye (fire places) Passargade and Samikan.

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