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Investors from Turkey will build at least 10 hotels in Iran, as part of an agreement signed during Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Mahir Unal’s official visit to Tehran on Thursday.
The number of flights between the two countries is also set to increase for attracting more Iranian tourists to Turkey, Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reported on its website.
Unal met with the head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Masoud Soltanifar, while representatives from the Turkish tourism sector met with Iranian counterparts in Tehran to discuss investment and cooperation opportunities.
The Turkish delegation included representatives from the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies, Turkish Tourism Investors Association, Hotel Association of Turkey and Turkish Hoteliers Federation.
The hotels are to be built in Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Tabriz and Mashhad.
“We will transfer our knowhow on training, planning, marketing and advertising to raise tourism standards in Iran,” a Turkish tourism ministry official told Reuters, declining to be identified because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
Turkey and Iran will also organize joint tours for the Asian market that will include visiting cities in southeast Turkey and Iran, the official said.
Tourism industry officials expect more than 2 million Iranians to visit Turkey this year, up from 1.7 million last year. In the first four months of 2016, there has been a 7% increase on last year.
That’s a rare bit of good news for Turkey’s tourism industry, which has seen revenues tumble nearly 17% in the first quarter, hit by a series of militant bombings and worsening of ties with Russia following Turkey’s downing of a Russian fighter jet in November 2015.

  Tehran Confab to Boost Exports to Turkey
More than 500 Iranian small- and medium-sized enterprises will attend a conference at Tarbiat Modarres University of Tehran on May 26 to discuss ways of promoting Iranian exports to Turkey.
Secretary-General of Turkish-Iranian Business Council Seyyed Jalal Ebrahimi, chairman of the council, Biligin Aygul, and Iran’s commercial attaché to Turkey, Hamid Zadboom, are among keynote speakers at the conference, which is being organized by Zoodel, online business-to-business marketplace portal for Iranian exporters to neighboring countries, in cooperation with Turkish-Iranian Business Council.
Annual trade between Iran and Turkey plunged 29% in 2015 to stand at $9.8 billion.

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The Festival of Rose and Rosewater is held annually in the second half of May in Kashan.

Historical monuments and architecture of Kashan add to the popularity of this festival, Iran Review reported

The season for picking rose and preparing rosewater is from early May to mid-June. In early May, the scent of rose spreads all over Kashan, such as Qamsar, Barzak and Niasar.

The ceremony for producing rosewater attracts many tourists from different parts of the country and abroad.

 Every day, some 80,000 people visit various cities of Kashan, the hub of Mohammadi Rose in Iran, for this traditional ceremony.

The arrival of tourists in the districts of Kashan has had a positive impact on the region’s economy.

Rosewater is made from the sweet-smelling Mohammadi Rose. It is used in various dishes and sweets. It is also used as a perfume by Muslims.

Although modern factories have been constructed, a large part of rosewater production is carried out traditionally in gardens and homes.
 

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The most-cherished Wadi Al-Salaam smells history

As the biggest cemetery in the Middle East and one of the biggest in the world, Wadi Al-Salaam (Valley of Peace) is located in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq, and in the proximity of the holy shrine of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib, the first Shia Imam. The date of burial in the cemetery backs to ancient times and it includes number of prophets, and dutifuls. Primitive grave records bear testimony to how ancient the cemetery is. Annually, the cemetery is visited by millions of Muslims of various parts of the world.

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