What to see in Teheran
Tehran is the capital city of Iran. A metropolis; busy but loveable. A lively city with a population of more than 14 million people. With a moderate , the city is located on the foothills of Alborz. So, if on your journey through Tehran you encounter neighborhoods with many slopes, don’t be surprised because you are at the foothills of this sky-high mountain. Tehran with its many restaurants, historical museums, palaces with rich culture, energetic parks and hospitable people is worthy to be the host of your journey for a number of days. Tehran is in many ways the center of politics, business and culture in Iran and the heart of both its industry and transportation. The city expands from east to west which is more notable, it is also expanding towards south. The growth towards the northern parts is limited because of the presence of Alborz. This city shows all of the four seasons. Spring, short autumns, cold winters, hot and dry summers are all divided. In Tehran people work an average of 8 to 10 hours and spend their weekends with their families at home or go to the nature, cinema, theater or shopping.
The background of Tehran is back in 1788 when Qajar Agha Mohammad Khan chose it as a capital. Then during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi expanded more and more people in many provinces around it attracted. Since the 1960s, it has attracted many immigrants from all over Iran. The main inhabitants of Tehran were Persian groups, now people live in different cities. Tehran was once one of Ray’s villages, Rey is the mother of Tehran. The background of residence in Ray is back to 5000 BC. In January 2014, the skeleton of a human being was discovered in the Mowlavi area of Tehran about 7,000 years ago. The seven-thousand-year-old skeleton of a woman who was discovered and digested by a computer in a sewage drilling in the Mowlavi neighborhood of Tehran has changed speculation about Tehran’s history.
Rey located at the intersection of the Qazvin, Khorasan, Mazandaran, Qom, Gilan and Saveh axis was considered by the political, commercial, administrative and religious center of the past, and the claimants always attacked and attacked the strategic center. Tehran Province has been a good shelter for the government of men and other persons likely to be prosecuted by the underground and the abundance of natural habitats and their difficult positions. During the reign of Qajar Agha Mohammad Khan, Tehran was named as the capital, on Sunday 11th of jamadiosani, 1164. At the same time as the Nowruz Agha Mohammad Khan, Qajar left the crown of Iranian rule in private Karimkhani and introduced Tehran as the capital of the country. In the 1920s and 1930s, the city essentially needed expansion and change. These changes began at the time of Reza Shah Pahlavi. During his period, some of the old buildings were demolished with a certain style, and modern buildings with pre-Islamic Iranian styles, including the National Bank, the building of security, the telegraph and telephone and military faculty, were built in their own places.
Tehran’s market was divided into two parts in line with this policy, and many historical buildings were destroyed in order to create inter-city routes in the capital. Many examples of Iranian gardens were also included in this project due to the modernization and establishment of a network of roads in the city. Tehran was first captured by Qajar, the capital of Iran. During the Second World War, British and Soviet military forces entered Tehran. In 1943, Tehran was the place for the Tehran conference. In the 1960s and during Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi’s era, Tehran quickly developed and many plans were shed. New buildings began to expand and more and the streets expanded. During the Iran-Iraq war, Tehran was repeatedly attacked by missiles and air and many Tehranians were killed and wounded as a result of these attacks. After each air strike, the destroyed positions were rebuilt.
Tehran in the divisions of the old country and before it became the capital of Iran, was a part of the historical city of Ray, so the dialect of the people of this city is also from the branches of the dialect of Raji or Razi, the same language as the Pahlavi branch, and in the north, northwest, and the Maghreb and the south Iran has been popular. In Tehran, people are talking in Persian. Most people in this city have a Persian language with a Tehran dialect.
The inhabitants of the Tehran metropolis are among those who are surrounded by Iran, with their beliefs, cultures, languages and religions, and live in a national context. The existence of followers of various divine religions, including Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians, who live and practice peacefully along with the majority of Muslims in the city, is an indication of the formation of a modern and dynamic society.
In the southern part of the Alborz mountain range is 112 km south of the Caspian Sea. The city has 374 neighborhoods, a dense highway network, and seven active subway lines and four metro lines, which in the spring of 2011 have displaced 129 million passengers. Other groups living in Tehran include Kurdish, Azerbaijani, Gilak, Mazandaran, Armenian, Arabic, lor. Tehran from the north to the mountainous regions, and from the south to the desert areas, resulting in different weather conditions in the south and north. The northern, cold and dry weather, and the southern regions of the warm and dry climate.
Tehran is the largest city and capital of Iran, the capital of Tehran province and the city of Tehran. The population of Tehran according to the census year (1395) is 8, 693, 706 and the area is 730 square kilometers, the 25th largest city and the 27th largest city in the world.
The climate of the city of Tehran is influenced by mountains in the north and the plain in the south. Apart from the northern parts of Tehran, which are moderately humid, they are moderately humid, and the weather in other parts of the city is more or less warm and dry, and in winter it is a little cold. The main source of rainfall in the city is the Mediterranean and the wet Mediterranean winds. The Alborz Mountain Range, as a barrier to the influence of many air masses, has caused Tehran’s weather to be dry on one side and relative calm on the other.