Asa Khabar – Bokhara is a very famous city from Transoxiana. The name of the city is derived from the word “bokhar” which means immense knowledge, and it was named so because of the numerous scientist and scholars who lived there.
Asa Khabar – Bibi Shahr Banu Shrine is a shrine located near Shahr-e Ray, a southern suburb of Tehran, Iran.
Asa Khabar – Located in the northwest of the intersection of Imam Khoemini Street and Valiasr Street, National Museum of Holy Quran is the only specific museum of Iran dedicated to the Quranic arts.
Asa Khabar – The Sharafkhaneh port is one of the largest and oldest ports of Lake Urmia in northwestern Iran.
Asa Khabar – Baba Roknedin Tomb is located in the cemetery of Takht-e-Poullad, to the south of the Zayandeh Rood.
Asa Khabar – Pahne Bath is one of the 9th Hijri century buildings which was established by the order of Khajeh Qias Al-Din Muhammad ibn-e Khajeh Taj Aldin Bahram Semnani, one of the ministers of the Timurid era in 1452.
Asa Khabar - The Heydarzadeh Coin and Anthropology Museum of Yazd is the country's only specialized coin museum. The museum houses ancient gold, silver, copper, brass coins from 42 different historical eras.
Asa Khabar - The National Car Museum of Iran opened in 2001 in Karaj, a city west of Tehran. The museum boasts 40 classic automobiles in its collection which were owned by the last Shah of Iran.
Asa Khabar - The Anthropology Museum of Ardabil is located in the Aqa Naqi or Zahir-ol-Eslam Bathhouse. Built during the Ilkhanid era (1256–1335), the building of the bathhouse was expanded after 200 years.