Kashmar is a city in and the capital of Kashmar County, in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran. Kashmar is located near the river Sish Taraz in the western part of the province, and 217 kilometres (135 mi) south of the province’s capital Mashhad, in Iran, from east to Bardaskan, west to Torbat-e Heydarieh, north to Nishapur, south to Gonabad. Until two centuries ago, this city was named Torshiz and was the birthplace of Sheikh Ahmad-e Jami.
The city is a major producer of raisins and has about 40 types of grapes. It is also internationally recognised for exporting saffron, and handmade Persian rugs.
There are many places of interest in this city like “Aramgah Seyyed murtaza” and “Bagh Mazar” and “Aramgahe seyyed mohammade Abed” and “Aramgahe modarres”.
The history of this city comes back to Zoroaster and Sarv-e Abarqu, the Cypress of Kashmar.