Iran’s tourist attractions introduced in 2017 Skylines magazine
The Austrian flight magazine Skylines, which was published six times a year, introduced the tourist attractions of Iran in its first edition of 2017.
According to IRNA, the content of this edition provides observations from newspaper journalist Stephan Burianek during a six-day visit to Iran.
The title of the report is “A Journey Along the Legendary Silk Road from Isfahan to Tehran”, which describes the attractions of Isfahan, Kashan and Tehran.
A large photo of the Imam Square in Isfahan illustrates the magazine: “This place, the most beautiful historical in Iran and the second largest world square, belongs to the Safavid era.
“Imam Square lined with arcades is surrounded by buildings from the Safavid era and is considered the second-largest square in the world (after the Tiananmen Square in Beijing), but is incomparably more beautiful and not just by reputation.”
In another part of the magazine the Abbasi Hotel in Isfahan is mentioned as one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.
The report mentions Borujerdi House in Kashan, which was built in the 19th century, whose stucco work and frescoes show international influences, from Europe to Asia.
Tehran is the last city whose attractions are described in the Austrian magazine. Tehran Grand Bazaar, cultural centers including Golestan Palace, Vahdat Hall, University of Tehran and the surrounding bookshops are briefly featured in the report.