This tomb belongs to the Achaemenid Era while Cyrus the Great's empire. Habakkuk was one of the Israelites prophets.
This caravansary, where is the oldest caravansary of Hamedan Province is dedicated to the Qajar era, but some part of it remains from the Safavid era. This caravanserai has flourished in the past due to its location next to the Hamedan Traditional Bazaar and it was the business center of nearby provinces such as Zanjan, Kurdistan, and Kermanshah.
These ancient inscriptions located at the begging of the Abbas Abad Valley and at the beginning of the Hamedan Road to Tuyserkan County, beside Ganjnameh Waterfall. This waterfall located 8 kilometers of the southeast of Hamedan Province and it's about 12 meters in height.
Ali-Sadr Cave, one of the natural wonders of the world and a rare example of navigable water caves, is located in Ali Sadr village, Kabudrahang County, 75 kilometers the northwest of Hamedan Province. The Ali Sadr Cave was created in Sari Qayah (yellow rock) Height.
Laodicea Temple is located in Nahavand County, Hamedan Province, Iran, but as a result of being forgotten, we don't know the exact location of it. According to discovered remained things from the central part of the county and Do-khaharan (two-sisters) Hill, there is a possibility that the temple is buried in this area.
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.
Aq Bolagh Ecotourism Resort is located 5 kilometers after Lalejin to the Tehran Road, adjacent to Latgah village, Aq Bolagh village, Hamedan Province, Iran.
Baba Taher was among the great poets in Iran. He was born in 1000 AD and lived his mysterious life in Hamedan and died there. "Baba", was his most famous title and it means preceptor, and "Oryan" the second title refers to avoiding secular interests.
The Qaleh Bath is located in Qaleh (ghashogh tarashan) district is located at Shariati Street, one of the most ancient districts of Hamedan Province, Iran.
If I want to open up a story about tea values in my country, you should spend hours to read it, so I'll keep it simple. One of the first countries that accepted the tea in its culture was Iran. At the beginning, tea was only a beverage for a certain time but over times we put it in our lifestyle.
There is not much left from the Cuisine Culture of the pre-Islamic Iran, and what remains is dedicated to the court of kings and nobles. One of the best remnants is "the Bronze Cup of Arjan" which illustrates the cuisine culture and customs during the different periods. For instance, the book of Altaj is about the life of the kings and the way they ruled the country, but there is a part in a book that belongs to how they had served the food for the court and the culture and customs of celebration in the Sassanid era. The book proves that the culture of Iran remains valuable at least until the fourth and fifth centuries after Islam.
Saffron has an extensive role in Persian Cuisine. The smell of it will drive you crazy and its vivid deep yellow color gives rice as well as its delicate aroma. Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world because of its labor-intensive harvesting method. Saffron is harvested by hand from the Crocus sativus flower, commonly known as the "saffron crocus".