Kourosh Apartment Hotel – Kermanshah
Resalat Hotel – Kermanshah
Laleh Bistoon Hotel – Kermanshah
Soroosh (Dariush) Hotel – Kermanshah
Parsian Hotel – Kermanshah
Sina Hotel – Kermanshah
Jamshid Hotel – Kermanshah
Azadegan Hotel – Kermanshah
Kermanshah the capital of Kermanshah Province, is located 525 kilometres (326 miles) from Tehran in the western part of Iran.People mostly speak Southern Kurdish. Kermanshah has a moderate and mountainous climate and is the largest Kurdish-speaking city in Iran.Because of its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture and Neolithic villages, Kermanshah is considered one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures. According to ...read more about Kermanshah
Moavenol Molk Mourning Place – Kermanshah
The mourning place and Hossainieh of Moavenol Molk comprises of 3 buildings such as the Abbasieh, Hossaineh and Zeinabieh, located in the city center of Kermanshah. The Tekieh has 2 courtyards and a building in the center.The Hossainieh walls ...
Biglar Beigi Tekyeh – Kermanshah
This monument is located in Sarem al-Dowleh Alley in the old neighborhood called Feyzabad. This tekyeh that was built in Qajar era by Abdollah Khan, known as Biglar Beigi is unique among Kermanshah tekyehs in terms of mirror works.In the western ...
Protected Wildlife Zones and Hunting Sites – Kermanshah
In the past, Kermanshah was one of the important wildlife zones of Iran. Engravings of the Taq-e-Bostan margin shows the aspects of this hunting ground. In the groves and highlands of the province, various types of birds both migratory and endemic ...
Khaje Baruch House – Kermanshah
Khaje Baruch House, Kakeh Barookh’s House or Randeh Kesh House (Maal Kakeh Barookh in Kurdish) is the name of a historical house in Kermanshah. The owner of the house was Khaje Baruch, one of Jewish merchants in Kermanshah and it was built at the ...