Tabriz Tourism

  • Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi house in Tabriz, northwestern Iran

    Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi house in Tabriz, northwestern Iran

    Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi house in Tabriz, northwestern Iran is a museum. This house is dedicated to Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi who was a local reformist of the Qajar era. Mirza Ali Agha Tabrizi, known as Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi was an Iranian nationalist. Tabriz, Iran, Feb 16, 2021. IRNA/Maryam Yousefi.

  • Tourist attraction in NW Iran; Elgoli  Park

    Tourist attraction in NW Iran; Elgoli Park

    Elgoli park is one of the best historical scenic parks in Tabriz city, Northwestern Iran, and this place is one of the recreational areas of Tabriz. According to some documents, this park is being constructed almost 500 years ago in the southeast of Tabriz. This recreational area has been repaired in the year 1970 according to the former lines of architecture. Tabriz, Iran. December 18, 2020. IRNA/ Kazem Yousefi.

  • Autumn rainfall in Northwestern Iran; Tabriz

    Autumn rainfall in Northwestern Iran; Tabriz

    Autumn is the season when nature wears its most fascinating gown consisting of many wonderful colors. These beautiful colors can attract every tourist in October, November, and December to various parts of Iran. What follows are IRNA’s photos of autumn rainfalls in Tabriz city northwestern Iran. November 9, 2020. IRNA/Ali Hamed Haghdoust.

  • Grape harvesting in Northwestern Iran

    Grape harvesting in Northwestern Iran

    The grape-vine is probably the oldest and best known of the cultivated fruit plants grown in Iran. Over 40 different types of grapes are harvested across the country. Cultivars like Asgari, Keshmeshi, Shahroudi, and Khalili have shown a lot of potentials and have a high yield rate. Keshmeshi and Asgari are the most important Iranian grape seeds. Keshmeshi and Asgari are consumed as freshly harvested herbs and raisins. Every October, grape harvest takes place in northwestern Iran. Tabriz, Iran. October 7, 2020. IRNA/Maryam Yousefi.

  • Ostad Shahriar Museum of Tabriz; Tourist resort in northwestern Iran

    Ostad Shahriar Museum of Tabriz; Tourist resort in northwestern Iran

    Shahriar’s home has been turned into a museum which houses his personal affects including the instruments he played, his calligraphy work and photos are displayed at the museum. Shahriar was born in 1906 in Tabriz and died on 18 September 1988, in a Tehran hospital, and his body was transferred to Tabriz and was laid to rest in 'Maghbarat-o Shoara' (Cemetery of Poets). His poems are mainly influenced by Hafez. "The Blessing Bird of Good Omen', which is about Imam Ali (peace be upon him), is just one of his many other noteworthy poetry. Tabriz, Iran. Sept 21, 2020. IRNA/Kazem Yousefi.