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Power Sockets & Electricity in Iran
20
Oct

Power Sockets & Electricity in Iran

Types of Electrical Sockets in Iran If you are planning to visit Iran, you should check if you need a power plug adapter or voltage converter for the power sockets (outlets) used in Iran. Electrical sockets (outlets) in Iran are one of the two European standard electrical socket types. The “Type C” Europlug and the...
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Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, Fars, Jewel of the Persian Empire h
16
Oct

Fars, Jewel of the Persian Empire

Fars Province in a Glance The word “Persian” actually refers to “Pars” or its nowadays pronunciation “Fars”. Fars is located in the southwest of Iran where the Persian Empire raised up and where Perspolise is located. The provincial capital of Fars is Shiraz, the City of Roses and Nightingales. Also, Shiraz is known as the...
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Mirror Hall in Golestan Palace, Tehran f
16
Oct

Golestan Palace

Breath-taking and Glorious Golestan Palace Golestan Palace is a historical complex in Iran’s capital city, Tehran. This former royal Qajar complex has been inscribed in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage in June of 2013. Buildings of this complex have been built and completed at different times. The process of building this complex started...
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15 Reasons why you should visit Iran h
16
Oct

15 Reasons Why you should Visit Iran?

What is the first thing that comes to your mind by hearing the phrase “visit Iran”?! Someone that never has been to Iran might say “are you crazy?” and the others may think of Persian fairy tales, but someone who has visited Iran before, undoubtedly, would respond with a certain “YES, When?!” In this article,...
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Iran Emergency Numbers
30
May

Iran Emergency Numbers

Wherever you’re traveling to, knowing the emergency numbers of that country is a necessity. Knowing Iran emergency numbers can be useful too. In case you are in an emergency situation wherever in Iran, call 110 (Police Call Center). They can arrange ambulances, fire departments and other emergency services you may need. Calling 110 is free...
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Iran Local Time and Working Days f
30
May

Iran Local Time and Working Days

Iran Working Days The working week is Saturday to Thursday at 12 pm. Ministries are closed on Thursday. The normal working time for governmental offices is 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bank’s working hours are generally, Saturday to Wednesday, from 7.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. On Thursdays, working hours is from 7.30 a.m. to 12.30...
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