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For people who would like to book Iran hotels, (hotels of Iran) might be usefull to have some information about Iran religious beliefs. The predominant religion in Iran is Islam and most Iranian are Shia (about 95%).

Of this amount about 5 to 10% are Sunni. Others who compose a minority group are Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian. Contrary to existing perceptions and negative propaganda against Iran, this minority group of different religions live without any difficulties in Iran and have also seats in the parliament. They can participate in elections and have the right to vote. They can also perform their religious ceremonies freely. Beside the legal rights that this minority group has, they are also respected by other citizens.


About the majority group, although they are Shia, their opinions and beliefs are too diverse. Despite this diversity in religions and beliefs in Iran, the important point is that all Iranian live together peacefully. Integrity and unity of different religions' adherents are also of remarkable points.
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Tehran is the capital and main city of Iran. In the last decade, uninterrupted constructions have changed the figure of Tehran. So, it has been turned to a modern city with high buildings and towers. Recently, because of the improving Iran political relationship with other countries, more passengers are eager to travel Iran due to different reasons and book Iran hotels (particularly hotels of Tehran). To reply this demand, different types of hotels and residences have been established which are ready to welcome travelers by offering high quality services.
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Iran is the land of history, kindness and beautiful nature. Many people try to reserve Iran hotels (specially book Tehran hotel) in order to become familier with Iranian culture. It’s teachings emphasize strongly on this issue (hospitality) . One of these teachings is respectful reception of the guests. Traditionaly Iranians welcome their guests cordially. There is a famous proverb amongst Iranian that says a guest is loved by God.
Hospitality, a moral character that Iranian are famous for, refers to the works done to provide relief and convenience for the guest. This feature has been an obvious trait of Iranian from many years ago even from ancient time.
So, if you have decided to travel to Iran, you can travel with peace of mind. Wherever you arrive, from large cities such as Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashhad and Yazd to small villages, sure you will receive a warm welcome from Iranian.

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The Dasht-e Lut (Lut Desert) is one of Iran’s two great deserts, covering an area of over 50,000 square kilometres in the central eastern part of the country. Reportedly laying claim to the hottest land surface temperatures ever recorded – an astonishing 70.7 degrees – it is not an ideal location for an afternoon picnic. Nevertheless, the weather-beaten, moonscapes of the desert make an unforgettable venue for night-time camping beneath the stars, and the views at dawn are mesmerising. Tour guides will take you from the city of Kerman for a reasonable fee. Be sure to check out the mysterious kaluts too – the famed giant rock formations of the desert.

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Mount Damavand

66 kilometres northeast of Tehran, at a height of 5,610m, Mount Damavand is the highest mountain in the Middle East, and a worthy challenge for any accomplished mountaineer. Visible from Tehran on a clear day, the mountain is snow-capped all year round, and features prominently in Persian folklore and literature. Located in the Alborz Mountain range, reaching Damavand’s peak will take the best part of two days – and earn you the eternal
respect of any Iranians in your life. The climbing season is June-September.


Torkaman Sahra
The Turkmen Plains, or the Torkaman Sahra, lie in Iran’s north eastern region, bordering Turkmenistan and the Caspian Sea. The seemingly interminable rolling green hills remain virtually untouched and tricky to access without your own car – but the views are simply spectacular. One focal point to head to is the Khaled Nabi cemetery, notable for its phallic tombstones. Also nearby is the famous 11th century tower structure Gonbad-e Qabus, memorialised in the west in Robert Byron’s travelogue The Road to Oxiana.


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Dad Hotel Yazd
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The hotel is located in a beautiful environment and benefits from great view. The forest cottages are designed uniquely and have a modern outlook. The special and distinct wood used provides a peaceful environment. Recreational activities include a gym and numerous activates that take place in the breath taking nature of the hotel.
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Kurosh Hotel was built more than three decades ago. You feel so comfort in this hotel. Pool, Sauna and Billiards Club are amongst this hotel sport facilities. The restaurant with pleasant atmosphere serves Iranian, foreign and local foods to passengers.
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Yazd is known as the city of Wind Catchers. This city is considered as the first adobe city in the world and is one of the oldest historical cities in Iran. So, lots of monuments are located in this city. Persian noble architecture can be seen in Yazd. Generally speaking, Yazd is regarded as the most religious city of Iran, because the residents are mostly Shia; however, a large number of Zoroastrians and other religious minorities live there too. Inside the city and around it, many Zoroastrian temples are placed, in which many special religious ceremonies are held weekly and monthly. Feast of “sadeh” is one of the most important Zoroastrian ceremonies held annually.
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