To act as a catalyst for the national rules and regulations with regards to the tourism industry with the aim to further aid the development of this industry with close cooperations with the Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization of the Province and the National Hotel Companiescontinue reading 16 nov 2017
To help strengthen national principles and to maintain the rights of all hotel owners and to elevate the quality and quantity regarding our products and services for our national and international guestscontinue reading 16 nov 2017
Partnership and consultation in providing the needs and requirements of all hotelscontinue reading 16 nov 2017
Close cooperation and involvement in exhibitions, seminars, and fairs related to the tourism industrycontinue reading 16 nov 2017
To best understand Iran, their related societies and their people, one must first attempt to acquire an understanding of their culture. It is in the study of this area where the Iranian people's identity optimally expresses itself. As the first sentence of prominent Iranologist Richard Nelson Frye's latest book on Persia reads: "Iran's prize possession has been its culture."
Some Iranian sweets : Gaz is a sweet that originates from the city of Isfahan,located in the central plateau of Iran . Gaz is derived from the juices and stems of a desert plant called angebin which is a member of the Tamarisk family, native to the Zagros Mountains range located to the west of the city
Iran Kilim What is kilim? “Kilim”, simply is a flat woven carpet or a kind of rug without any pile or knotted fluff: a coarse, thin hand made carpet. This carpet has different names in different languages. For instance in Afghanistan it is called “Kilim”, in Ukraine “Palas”, in Caucasia “Liat”, In Syria and Lebanon it is called “Chilim” and in Iran “Gelim”. “Flat weave” is another name for kilim which was used in past