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Historical monuments to visit in Hamedan
Hamedan, capital of the western province of Hamedan, is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities. It is also said to be among the world's oldest continuously inhabited places. As it happens, its pleasant summer climate attracts tourists escaping from the intense heat elsewhere.
Mausoleum of Avicenna, tourist attraction of Hamedan
Mausoleum of Avicenna (980-1037 CE) is one of the greatest tourist attractions of Hamedan, the capital of the western province of Hamedan.
Ali Sadr Cave in western Iran, an alive miracle
Ali Sadr Cave is one of the largest water caves in Iran and the world. It is also one of the rare water caves in which boating is possible. The drastic difference between the temperature inside and out of the cave has made it a pleasant destination for tourists. Ali Sadr Cave is the miracle of Mother Nature as there are many amazing geological landscapes, apochi.com wrote.
Bam Date Festival creates a joyful time for local people and tourists
The city of Hamedan in western Province of Hamedan is one of the centers of carpet trading in Iran, where weaving carpets have also been practiced from a long time ago.
Official: Hamedan prepping seven monuments for UNESCO registration
Documents of seven historical monuments and natural sites in Iran’s northwestern province of Hamedan are being prepared to be mentioned in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage List, a provincial official said.
Hamedan home to largest archeological hills in Iran
Iranica Desk The Hegmataneh Hill is one of the largest archeological mounds in Iran, located in Hamedan Province, western Iran. Built in the 8th century BCE, Hegmataneh, also known as Ecbatana, which means ‘the place for convention’, was designated the capital of the Median Empire, IRIB News reported.
Ali Sadr Cave in Hamedan Province one of largest subterranean water complexes in world
With a network of channels, lakes, and watery passageways spreading out over several kilometers, Ali Sadr Cave located in Kabudarahang, western province of Hamedan, is one of the largest subterranean water complexes in the world. Stable since its formation millions of years ago, the sunless grottoes feature clear waters, fantastical rock formations, and stalactite-covered ceilings soaring high overhead.
Official: Four Hamedan monuments on UNESCO world heritage list
Four Hamedan tourist attractions and historical monuments in western Iran are now on the UNESCO Temporary List of World Heritage, Director General of the Office for the Preservation and Restoration of Monuments of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Hadi Amini-Roueini said on Wednesday.

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