Iran at a Glance
Despite common misconceptions, Iran has so much to offer visitors, like the climate which can fluctuate greatly, depending on the area and time of year, dispelling the long-held myth that Iran is nothing more than a vast, sweltering desert. Iran is the 18th largest country of the world. It stretches from the Caspian Sea in north to the Persian Gulf in the south. Iran is a country that has a very rich history dating back tens of thousands of years. The landmarks, historical sites, and geography of this country all combine to make Iran, one of the most unique countries in the world.
Iran is one of the world’s effective countries in oil export and it is rich in natural resources. Iran has a long history of scholarship that has created a rich culture of art, literature, poetry, music, meals, and architecture. Ancient Iranian thinkers wrote influential texts on philosophy and medicine, and it was an Iranian mathematician who invented algebra. Iran has laws and customs that make it stand apart from other countries of the world. The vast majority of Iranians are Muslims and Iranian people are very devoted to their religion.
To shed some light on the matter, we’ve gathered some curious details you probably didn’t know about the second largest nation in the Middle East.