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Tabriz is the fifth biggest city in Iran, Tabriz is a great introduction to Iran due to its laid back aroma therapist. The City Tabriz is a populated city for having over 1.73 million people , elevation ranges between 1,350 and 1,600 metres (4,430 and 5,250 ft) above sea level. it has been  the largest economic hub and metropolitan area in Northwest Iran. The population is overwhelmingly Azerbaijani, though Persian is spoken by residents as a second language. Tabriz is a major heavy industries hub for automobiles, machine tools, refineries, petrochemicals, textiles and cement production industries. The city is famous for its handicrafts, including hand-woven rugs and jewelry. Local confectionery, chocolate, dried nuts and traditional Tabrizi food are recognized throughout Iran as some of the best. Tabriz is also an academic hub and a site for some of the most prestigious cultural institutes in Northwest Iran. Over 3000 Years of History It’s on the UNESCO World Heritage list, and deservedly so.  Tabriz is the capital city of East-Azerbaijan Province in Iran. Tabriz also has a special place in Persian literature, In old times the city notables, supported poets and writers by organizing periodical meetings. Within its long history it was a residence for many well-known Iranian writers and poets. The list can start from the old time Rumi, Qatran, Khaqani to recent years Samad Behrangi, Gholam-Hossein Sa’edi, Parvin E’tesami. The prominent Iranian Azeri poet Mohammad-Hossein Shahriar was born in Tabriz. The culture, social.
Tabriz is  proximated to Sahand, a mountain in the south of the city, The power of this inspiring source, however, goes to much earlier times. Quru River valley ,one of the historical capitals of Iran and the present capital of East Azerbaijan province is located , between long ridges of volcanic cones in the Sahand and Eynali mountains The valley opens up into a plain that gently slopes down to the eastern shores of Lake Urmia, 60 kilometres (37 miles) to the west. With cold winters and temperate summers, Tabriz is considered a summer resort.
Tabriz contains many historical monuments, representing Iran’s architectural transition throughout its deep history. Most of Tabriz’s preserved historical sites belong to Ilkhanid, Safavid and Qajar It was named World Carpet Weaving City by the World Crafts Council in October 2015 and Exemplary Tourist City of 2018 by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
Among these is the grand Bazaar of Tabriz, inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2010. From the early modern era, Tabriz was pivotal in the development, movement and economy of three neighboring regions; namely the Caucasus, Eastern Anatolia and Central Iran. From the 19th century, it became the most important city in the country in many respects. As Iran’s closest hub to Europe, many aspects of early modernisation in Iran began in Tabriz. Prior to forced ceding of Iran’s Caucasian territories to Imperial Russia, following two Russo-Persian Wars in the first half of the 19th century, Tabriz was at the forefront of Iranian rule over its Caucasian territories due to proximity. Throughout most of the Qajar period (up to 1925), it functioned as the seat of the crown prince.
Tabriz Bazaar the best cultural and historical place to visit:The best recommendation and highlight of any trip to Tabriz has to be exploring the delights of its old bazaar. One of the most beautiful bazaars in the country, this UNESCO World Heritage site was an important trading point along the Silk Road and flourished under the Safavids in the 16th century. High domed ceilings, the occasional caravanserai and a seemingly endless maze of alleyways, navigating the bazaar is a reliably pleasant experience. Everything from spices to jewelry, to pots and pans are sold here and the carpet section is particularly renowned.
These wonderful, historical and cultural places are all listed as the best destination each for travelers and tourists:Blue Mosque, Tabriz citadel, Jameh Mosque,Azerbaijan Museum, Mausoleum of Poets, Elgoli Park, Kandovan village,St Stephanos Monastery, Jolfa Eynali Mountain Range   .
The historical and beautiful village Kandovan a cultural ,Historical destination  with its unique architecture and life style has a lot to offer  as a historical destination:
The historic and beautiful village of Kandovan, 22 km from the city of Osko, 62 km from the city of Tabriz in the high mountains, on the northern slopes (Daghigh) and the western part of the Sahand volcanic masses, is located in the valley of the alluvial village of Kandovan, the nomadic cluster pastures He has taken a lot to his side. The pyramid houses of this village, which is a rocky architecture, is unique in its kind. This village has many tourist attractions due to the shape of its houses, which are like honey bees in the mountains. Honey is one of the most important souvenirs in this village. Kandovan is one of the three rocky villages in the world, which has given its unique charm. The architecture of the Kandovan village and the flow of people’s lives in the context of its old texture is an exception in the world. Because in Turkey and the United States no one lives in Cappadocia and Dakota. Kandovan is a village built on the rock, and the only structures of this village are rocks. The houses are pyramidal and there are holes in the rocks for livestock.