Abbas Abad Hill is a great tourist spot in Hamedan Province, especially in summer; where you have access to lots of facilities to enjoy your time. Outdoor cinema, skating rink, restaurant, coffee shop, mosque, and public parking are beautifully designed in this area.
The aquarium cave is inspired by Ali Sadr Cave and was built in 2011 by a group of Iranian and foreign engineers. Their purpose was to create a recreational place to attract more and more visitors and tourists and provide an environment for research and educational improvements. It holds a collection of aquatic animals including various fish, stingray, starfish, etc. as well as reptiles collected from all around the world. No need to mention that it’s the biggest artificial cave in the whole country.
this bridge is located in Shah Dareh in the peak of Qazvin province.
This old and not so stylish and modern sandwich, with its very small dimensions, is welcomed by a large number of customers every day.
The museum is located in the historical context of Qazvin, near the Azadi Square, on the south side of Chehelston Palace and on Red Crescent Street.
This café is among the first coffee shops in Qazvin Province where get started after restoration. Several cafés try to infuse nostalgic feeling to their customers by old-fashioned decoration, while few coffee shops are nostalgic per se, like here.
This traditional ice cream shop is located on Jomhuri Eslami Boulevard next to the Railway Bridge in Qazvin and is one of the oldest and most delicious ice cream shops in Qazvin that you should not miss.
unlike other zoos that put up animals for exhibition only to make money, this one is famous for its unique way of treatment toward animals. Nader Noori, an environmentalist, along with his American wife are in charge of this peculiar “nature village” which is a rehabilitation center and was opened to the public in 2011. These exceptional human beings created shelter and healthcare for injured and orphaned animals some of which are endangered or rescued from smugglers and cannot return to their homelands again.
This square located at the eastern entrance of Qazvin and it's the first thing which the travelers from Tehran and Karaj will see. Northern side of this square leads to Alamut, southern side of it leads to Alvand and Shahrak-e Sanati-ye Alborz and western side of it leads to Vliasr Intersection and center of the Qazvin. This element built based on Iranian Architecture and modern architecture. The plan of the element is in square shape which cut from diameter and each edge of it is along the diameters of the square. White color of the element and its structure like the rest of the features is a symbol of gate of paradise.
The field is located at the intersection of Naderi Boulevard, Adl Boulevard and Miramad Boulevard. It is also adjacent to the gate of the Kushk Door and the tallest building in Qazvin, named the Qazvin Trade Tower.
This is the tallest monument for anonymous martyrs in the country which located in Qazvin's Fadak Park. Simple elements are used in this building and with get inspired of Iranian architecture and metaphoric of classical element (typically refer to the concepts of earth, water, air, fire, and (later) aether) and chahartaq (literally meaning "having four arches" in Persian language, is an architectural unit consisted of four barrel vaults and a dome) and also due to the extraversion and introversion, have paid attention to concept of growth, eloquence, freedom and defense.
This delightful park located at the northern side of the Shahid Babaee Boulevard (Daneshgah Street), one of the modern streets of the city. You’ll find different floral design based on the season here beside an outdoor playground and an indoor playground where mostly suitable for kids. The park is bustling in spring and summer; you'll hear the sound of kids playing and laughing around.
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