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Eastern Iran includes all provinces of North Khorasan, Khorasan Razavi, South Khorasan, and Sistan and Baluchestan, some of which are bordered by Afghanistan and Pakistan. In some sources, the province of Kerman is part of the eastern part of Iran. A large part of eastern Iran has a warm and dry climate.
Cities of Mashhad, Zahedan, Bojnourd, Birjand, Zabul, Chabahar, Neyshabur and Kerman are among the most important cities of this region.

Birjand Province
Birjand is the capital of southern Khorasan province and the city center of Birjand in eastern Iran .The small but well-organized city in Iran with a water supply system has been one of a kind.
Historic objects found in this region dates back to the Sassanid’s period. Art and science both have a very special place in Birjand’s culture. Birjands unique architecture and the interesting structures you can find outside on the roofs are particular.A predominate element in this architecture is traditional light catchers which serve a dual purpose of ventilation and lighting of houses.
Birjand is often refer to as the city of science and culture. Because of the existence of such places like the old school of Shokatieh, the third modern school on the country over a 100 years ago, stablished by the governor of the time, Shokat al Mollok , who had to overcome many obstacles to do so. the existence of places like Shoktieh School shows the love of knowledge and learning has been the peoples first aim.
This school is the third modern educational school, after Tabriz’s Dar al-Fonoun and Rushdieh. There are tourism in the city of Birjand, historical monuments and places of recreation inside the city limits of Birjand.
Attractions in the city of Birjand include Musical Flute, Azadi Park, Tohid Park, Siavashshiris Park, Birjand Museum.

Sistan And Balochestan Province
In the province of Sistan and Baluchestan, the tourist and historical attractions are so high that we cannot bring all of these areas in a single entry, but  if you still have not chosen the right option for your holiday, A number of areas and tourist attractions of Sistan and Baluchestan are introduced and to facilitate the selection are introduced.
Sistan and Baluchestan is one of the historical parts of Iran. The development sector, which is one of the most deprived areas in Iran, has spectacular sites and places of interest that have been underestimated. It is located in the Oman Sea and Indian Ocean, and its harbor is capable of hijacking ocean-going vessels. Free Trade Zone of Iran. Chabahar is the warmest part of the country in winter and the coolest southern port of Iran in the summer. In this spring you will find many natural attractions and you will surely be surprised.an ancient belief says Sistan and Baluchistan is the 11th land that Ahura Mazda has created. This ancient land has been named in different times in different periods: Sivustan, Sakestan, Sistan, Masageit, Aria Police, Drangiana, Zarang, Zaranj, Nimroz or Meridian, Zawl, Zabul and dozens other names. Sistan and Baluchestan is the largest province in southeastern Iran. With an area of ​​approximately 180, 726 square kilometers, the province covers more than 11 percent of Iran’s territory.In a certain culture of the Baloch people: “Iranian folk, the native and brave settler of Balochistan, foreign tribes have infiltrated in that area, and they have resisted the aliens. They have their own language, known as Baluchi, in the Balouchi hills, where the history dates back to 3,000 BC.
Sistan and Balochestan highlights are: Flower Fountains,Sea navel,  An ancient city of 5,000 years old,The burning city of Sistan and Baluchistan dates back to 3200 BC and many other amazing , historical places.

Azarbaijan Sharghy
East Azarbaijan is one of the provinces of Iran. This province is the largest and most densely populated province of the northwestern region of Iran (Azerbaijan). East Azarbaijan Province is bounded to the north by the Republics of Azerbaijan and Armenia, from west and southwest to West Azarbaijan province, eastward to Ardabil province and south-east to Zanjan province. The province has cold mountainous weather, and the entire province has formed mountains and heights. The area of ​​East Azarbaijan province is 45, 491 square kilometers, which is the 11th largest province in Iran. This province is the connecting point of two main mountain ranges of Iran, Alborz and Zagros, and its highest point is Mount Sahand Mountain. The capital of the East Azarbaijan province is Tabriz Metropolis. Among the important and satellite cities of this province are Maragheh, Marand, Meyaneh and Ahar.