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    • Espidan Village
    • The village of Espidan is located 45 km south east of Bojnurd – the center of North Khorassan province – in a beautiful valley and is surrounded by high mountains. Espidan Village has moderate mountainous weather; it is over 8 centuries old and is ...
    • Zavarem or Dasht-e-Behesht Village
    • Todays first village is called Zavarem or Dasht-e-Behesht that is located 28 km south east of Shirvan and 83 km away from Bojnurd, the center of North Khorasan Province. Enjoying moderate mountainous weather, the village is located ...
    • Kang and Naamaq Villages
    • Considering the geographical situation of Khorassan Razavi province there are various natural beauties in the region; however these attractions have mostly remained away from the eyes of tourists. The historical and beautiful ...
    • Ostad & Khosravieh Villages in North Khorasan province
    • The village of Ostad with an altitude of 1450 meters from the sea level is located 30 kilometers away from the south east of Farooj town and 95 kilometers south east of Bojnoord, the center of the province. The Khosravieh Mayvan River runs ...
    • Rueen village
    • Khorasan and it has been registered in Irans list of national heritage, thanks to its invaluable historical and architectural texture. The step-like village of Rueen is one of the ...
    • Chanesht village
    • Chanesht village is located in South Khorasan province. Thanks to its natural, cultural, and historical attractions, Chanesht is known as one of the tourist targets in the province. It is 2150 meters above sea level, and 60 km south east of the city ...
    • Makhunik village
    • Makhunik village is 143 km away from the city of Birjand, in the Eastern part of the Iranian province of South Khorasan and is only 20 km from Iran-Afghanistan borderline. Due to its residents being relatively ...
    • Ferdowsi’s Tomb, Nice Photos
    • The tomb of the great poet Abolqassem Ferdowsi, can be accounted for a place of ‘worship’ so to be called by the lovers of Farsi Literature....