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Mashhad is a city located in the northeast of Iran, the center and capital of Razavi Khorasan Province and the second largest populated city after Tehran. Mashhad was chosen as Iran’s Capital during the reign of Nader Shah Afshar. The city features a temperate and variable climate. The mausoleum of Ali ibn Musa Al Reza is situated in Mashhad. By the end of the 9th century a dome was built on his grave and his shrine was expanded.
Nicknamed ‘nesf-e jahân’ [half the world], it’s with good reason that Esfahan is Iran`s crown jewel and one of the main two cities drawing visitors to the country. Imam Mosque with its calligraphy and symmetry and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque with its lofty domes display Islamic architecture at its finest. Elsewhere, the city’s 11 bridges crossing over the babbling Zayandeh River create a most romantic atmosphere. A stroll through the bazaar is like walking through a living museum where you can witness the making of some of Esfahan’s most famous handicrafts.
Kish is a 35-square-mile island about 12 miles off the coast of Iran. Kish is the more luxurious and developed of the two main Iranian islands. Like Qeshm, it is also a free-trade zone, and foreign tourists require no visa for up to 14 days, meaning that even if you cannot make it to the mainland, you can still hop over to Kish to get a taste of Persian hospitality. The best months to visit are between November and March.