Hamedan

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  • About Mashhad
  • Favorite Tourist Destinations Of Mashhad

About hamedan:

Hamadan province with an area of ​​19493 square kilometers covers 1.2% of the total area of ​​the country, while it houses 42.2% of the total population of the country. In Hamadan province in 2010, 1,758,268 people were censused. In the following year, the household had 3.5 people, the sex ratio was 101, 2.50% of the male population, 49.8% of the female population, and the rate of urbanization was 59.2%.

  • Kamaj,
  • grape juice,
  • raisin,
  • sirtand,
  • finger pin,
  • carpet,
  • giveh,
  • manbat,
  • honey,
  • naqul,
  • ……

 

Favorite Tourist Destinations of hamedan:

Bu Ali Sina Tomb is a monument to Ibn Sina, an Iranian philosopher, scientist and physician, located in Bu Ali Sina Square in the center of Hamedan city, and this work was registered as one of Iran’s national works on 21 May 1376 with registration number 1869.

The previous building of Bu Ali Sina tomb was built during the Qajar era. This tomb was built by the order of a girl named Negar, the granddaughter of Fath Ali Shah Qajar. The preparations for the construction of the current building were made in 1322, when Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi personally gave 100 thousand tomans for the construction of the tomb, and the National Antiquities Association tendered the plan of the tomb. The tender was won by Iranian engineers. [2] The design of the mausoleum was adapted by the engineer Hoshang Sihun in the architectural style of the period and century in which Bu Ali Sina lived, based on the oldest historical Islamic building, Qaboos Dome Tower in the city of Kavus Dome.

Ali Sadr Cave is one of Iran’s wetland caves and one of the few water caves in the world. Ali Sadr also has the longest sailing route inside the cave in the world.

  •  This cave is located in the heights of Sari Qiya near Ali Sadr village in Kabudrahang city in Hamadan province. The height of the cave is 2,100 meters above sea level.
  • The cave area has many winding corridors and atriums. The cave is 11 km long, which was discovered due to the impassability of its 3 km path. A large lake has been formed inside the cave from the series of water streams, and therefore it is possible to penetrate deep into the cave only by boat. Ali Sadr Cave is one of the tourist attractions of Hamadan province.
  • Ganjnameh petroglyphs are writings from the era of Darius the Great and Xerxes of the Achaemenid period, which were carved on one of the rocks of Alvand, 5 kilometers west of Hamedan and at the end of the Abbasabad valley. The inscriptions are written in three columns of 20 lines each in ancient Persian, Elamite and New Babylonian languages. The ancient Persian text is placed on the left side of both tablets and has a width of 115 cm. The Elamite text is written in the middle of both inscriptions and the New Babylonian text is in the third column.

  • Ganjnameh waterfall originates from Sarha spring and streams of Alvand mountain and falls in Khaneh river below the waterfall. Its height is 12 meters and its water is permanent, which means that the waterfall will show you its glory at any time of the year when you go to this area. Of course, in the cold season, sometimes its water would freeze, which of course is one of its natural beauties. Due to the presence of rocky mountains around this waterfall, it attracts rock climbers. During the Achaemenid period, the water of this waterfall was highly respected and sacred, and for this reason, the Ganjnameh inscriptions were written in this place and on the mountain near it. they carved Ganjnameh waterfall is the 21st national natural monument that was included in Iran’s natural heritage list by the Cultural Heritage Organization on January 15, 2007.

  • Traditional dishes The pattern of feed and its ingredients depends on the types of agricultural and indigenous products available in the region. Dry and fresh agricultural products are usually used in the diet of the people of the province. A variety of soups including broosh, teleganji, kachi, lunar cabbage, eggplant and broth, chanje and breads including; It is pollen, cockroach, cholera, soot, and fatir. Among the original dishes of Hamadan is a type of broth called Boz Bash, whose main ingredients are meat and dried vegetables. Among other types of authentic broths of Hamedan province, we can mention Iran Shorba and Tarsh Shorba. Types of sweets such as: Barsaghi, Sarjuq, Basluq, and Afardak and Pike Cho, and jams and pickles show the diversity of people’s food.

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