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East Azarbayjan

Travel and Accomodation to East Azarbaijan

Travel and Accomodation to East Azarbaijan

All cities of the province are provided with well connected network of roads, and traviling facilities, so a trip to these destinations is very easy job. All towns of the province are well facilitated by networks of services such as telecommunication and health services, and all service staff are familiar with tourism regulations as well as local culture. The International Airport of Tabriz is well facilitated, and many international as well as domestic flights are held there daily.

wildlife of east Azarbaijan

wildlife of east Azarbaijan

Different species of wild animals live in the province of E-Azarbaijan. On the mountainous and forest areas; live beers, wild sheep, wild goats, wolfs, bores, foxes, and rabbits. On the river-sides and lake-sides there are: partridge, duck, wild duck, pheasant, ringdove, pelican, flamingo, different species of ducks, crane, swan, heron, and other kinds of birds. Near to the peaks of Sahand, Bozqoosh and Qaradaagh, live many kinds of wild animals such as; wild sheep, wild cat, partridge, beer, panther, deer, gazelle, falcon, and other kinds. In the mountainous forest, live many species of reptiles including snakes, serpents, rattlesnake, and different kinds of lizards.

Local Music and Dances of east Azarbaijan

Local Music and Dances of east Azarbaijan

From ancient times the music of Azarbayjan owed its fame to the presence of the 'Ashiqs' who were self made artisans contributed to the local music by composing lyrics and displaying their ability on the musical instruments in use.

Shabestar

Shabestar

Shabestar is located 60 kilometers northeast of Tabriz. It is situated on the main Iranian-International railway line which connects Tehran and Tabriz to Turkey and Europe. During the Safavid period, the famous road named TabrizTarabouzan was crossing the district of Shabestar. The district of Shabestar is famous also because of the famous Gnostic Shaykh Mahmood Shabestary (Author of Gulshane Raaz) and because it was the birth place of the clergy rebel Skaykh Mohammed Khyabani (birth in Khamaneh) and the famous Azery author of scoffing books, Mirza Ali Akbar Moejiz Shabestari.

Bostanabad

Bostanabad

Bostanabad Township is located 55 Kilometers far away from Tabriz. The town was built on the site of the old city Ojan which was disappeared and its name was mentioned in most books of history since the sixth century AH. Ojan was the summer capital of the Mongols, which was completely destroyed later on due to various events.