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Kermanshah’s tourism to flourish with 30 events

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TEHRAN – Kermanshah province, Iran, has arranged about 30 diverse tourism events to be held till the end of this Persian year (March, 2025).

Speaking to ISNA, on Sunday, a local official in charge of tourism stated that approximately 30 tourism events will be held across the province this year, aimed at showcasing Kermanshah’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty to visitors.

“In January, the process of compiling the tourism events calendar began for the first time,” Vahid Amiri further elaborated. “With the assistance of provincial event-oriented organizations.”

Most of the province’s tourism events will be held in the second half of the year and after the mourning days of Muharram and Safar, the official noted.

According to the set goals and provided prerequisites, he underscored, Kermanshah will host about 30 tourism events this year, of which around five have already been held in the past couple of months.
Kermanshah province, located in western Iran, boasts a rich tapestry of cultural, historical, and natural attractions, making it a compelling destination for travelers. With its diverse landscapes, from majestic mountains to lush valleys, and its deep historical roots dating back thousands of years, Kermanshah offers a wealth of tourism opportunities.

One of the province’s highlights is its rich cultural heritage, evident in its ancient sites and architectural marvels. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bisotun, with its famous rock relief and inscription dating back to the Achaemenid Empire, is a testament to Kermanshah’s historical significance. Additionally, the province is home to numerous other historical sites, such as Taq-e Bostan, with its ancient rock reliefs, and the Temple of Anahita, showcasing the region’s ancient religious heritage.

In addition to its historical landmarks, Kermanshah boasts stunning natural scenery, including the picturesque landscapes of the Zagros.

Kermanshah’s vibrant cultural scene also contributes to its tourism appeal, with events and festivals celebrating the region’s traditions and heritage throughout the year. From traditional music to local handicrafts markets, visitors can immerse themselves in the authentic culture of the province.

Furthermore, Kermanshah is renowned for its warm hospitality and delicious cuisine, featuring regional specialties such as Dande kebab, Kermanshahi bread, and various types of local sweets.

With its blend of history, culture, nature, and culinary delights, Kermanshah province offers a rich and rewarding travel experience for visitors seeking to explore Iran’s western treasures.


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