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Wonderfull Villages


Abyaneh Village

Tuesday, 23 December 2008 22:30 administrator
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Abyaneh Village
Abyaneh One of the most attractive to visit in iran is in the village of ABYANE , which was completely Zoroastrian right until the time of the intolerant Safavid Shah Isma'eel I in whose reign most of the villagers emigrated to India or to Yazd. Even today their costume , way of life and ancient dialect are still practically unchanged and for many anthropologists a  reason to travel to iran .  
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Aran Va Bidgol Village, Kashan

Monday, 24 December 2007 08:54 administrator
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Aran Va Bidgol has a dry and warm climate. The founder of the former was Aran Ebne Qasan. Whereas, Bibi Gol, daughter of a Mongol commander was responsible for the construction of the latter. This vicinity boasts of many relics related to the Safavid era as well as many ancient mosques.