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Urmia City Night in West Azerbaijan province
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Urmia is the second largest city in the Iranian Azerbaijan and the capital of West Azerbaijan Province. Urmia is situated at an altitude of 1,330 m above sea level, and is located along the Shahar Chay river (City River) on the Urmia Plain. Lake Urmia, one of the world's largest salt lakes, lies to the east of the city and the mountainous Turkish border area lies to the west



Urmia is the 10th most populated city in Iran. At the 2012 census, its population was 667,499 with 197,749 households. The city's inhabitants are predominantly Iranian Azerbaijanis who speak Azeri Turkish. as well as Iran's official language, Persian. There are also minorities of Kurds, Assyrians, and Armenians. The city is the trading center for a fertile agricultural region where fruits (especially apples and grapes) and tobacco are grown

An important town by the 9th century, Urmia was seized by the Seljuk Turks (1084), and later occupied a number of times by the Ottoman Turks. For centuries the city has had a diverse population which has at times included Muslims (Shias and Sunnis), Christians (Catholics, Protestants, Nestorians, and Orthodox), Jews, Bahá'ís and Sufis. Around 1900, Christians made up more than 40% of the city's population, however, most of the Christians fled in 1918 / as a result of the Persian Campaign during World War I and the Armenian and Assyrian Genocides




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آذربایجان غربی

بازار اورمیه

urmia city

میدان ایالت


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شهر ارومیه

The name Urmia originated in the Kingdom of Urartu. Urartian fortresses and artifacts found across Azerbaijan and into the Azerbaijan province of Iran denote a Urartian etymology. The city's Armenian population also complements the idea of a Urartian origin. Richard Nelson Frye also suggested a Urartian origin for the name

T. Burrow connected the origin of the name Urmia to Indo-Iranian urmi- "wave" and urmya- "undulating, wavy", which is due to the local Assyrian folk etymology for the name which related "Mia" to Syriac meaning "water." Hence Urmia simply means 'Watertown" — a befitting name for a city situated by a lake and surrounded by rivers, would be the cradle of water. This also suggests, that the Assyrians referred to the Urartian influence in Urmia as ancestors of the inhabitants of the Sumerian city state Ur, referenced Biblically as "Ur of the Chaldees". Further association of the Urmia/Urartian/Ur etymology from the Assyrian folk legend is the fact that the Urartian language is also referenced as the Chaldean language, a standardized simplification of Neo-Assyrian cuneiform, which originated from the accreditation to Urartian chief god Ḫaldi or Khaldi. Thus the root of Urmia is an Assyrian reference to the etymology of the Urartu/Ur Kingdoms and the Aramaic word "Mia" meaning water, which as T. Burrow noted, referenced the city that is situated by a lake and surrounded by rivers



As of 1921, Urmia was also called, Urumia and Urmi. During the Pahlavi Dynasty (1925–1979), the city was called Rezaiyeh[nb 3] after Rezā Shāh, the dynasty's founder, whose name ultimately derives from the Islamic concept of rida via the Eighth Imam in Twelver Shia Islam, Ali al-Ridha

According to Vladimir Minorsky, there were villages in the Urmia plain as early as 2000 BC, with their civilization under the influence of the Kingdom of Van. The excavations of the ancient ruins near Urmia led to the discovery of utensils that date to the 20th century BC. In ancient times, the west bank of Urmia Lake was called Gilzan, and in the ninth century BC an independent government ruled there, which later joined the Urartu or Mana empire; in the 8th century BC, the area was a vassal of the Asuzh government until it joined the Median Empire after its formation

During the Safavid era, the neighboring Ottoman Turks, who were the archrivals of the Safavids, made several incursions into the city and captured it on more than one occasion, but the Safavids successfully defended their control over the area. When in 1622, during the reign of Safavid king Abbas I (r. 1588–1629) Qasem Sultan Afshar was appointed governor of Mosul,[17][18] he was forced to leave his office shortly afterwards due to the outbreak of a plague.[18] He moved to the western part of Azerbaijan, and became the founder of the Afshar community of Urmia.[18] The city was the capital of the Urmia Khanate from 1747–1865. The first monarch of Iran's Qajar dynasty, Agha Muhammad Khan, was crowned in Urmia in 1795

Nights of URMIA LAKE
lake urmia

دریاچه اورمیه

urmia lake

دریاچه ارومیه

Lakes and Ponds
    Urmia Lake Natural Park
    Hasanloo Lake
    Marmisho lake
    Shahrchay ِDam
    Urmia Lake Islands

    Haft Abad
    Soole Dokel
    Dana Boğan
    Ali Pancesi
    Isti Sou

    Park-e Saat (Clock Park)
    Park-e Jangali (Jungle Park)
    Ellar Bagi (People`s Garden)
    Park-e Shahr (City Park)
    Park-e Saheli (Riverside Park)
    Park-e Shaghayegh
    Alghadir Park
    Tokhmemorghi (Oval) Park
    Ghaem Park

Touristic Coastal Villages

Urmia city Timelapse


Landscape Attractions
    Qasimlu Valley
    Kazem Dashi Islet in Lake Urmia
    Kashtiban Village
    Imamzada Village
    Silvana Region
    Rashekan to Dash Aghol
    Kaboodan Island

    Natural History Museum – Displays the animals native to the vicinity of Urmia
    Urmia Museum – Archaeological museum affiliated with the faculty of Shahid Beheshti University
    Urmia Museum of Crafts and Classical Arts
    Urmia Museum of َAntrophology

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نویسنده : تبریز قارتال
تاریخ : دوشنبه 9 اسفند 1395
زمان : 10:53 ب.ظ
Colorful Mountains of Tabriz and Zanjan in Azerbaijan region of Iran
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Color of Paradise - Mars in Azerbaijan

Aladağlar is a chain of colorful hills near north-western city of Tabriz - Ahar Road and Zanjan - Miyaneh Road. The naturally-hued hills are in copper red, tallow, and green

Aladagh is the native name of mountains and colorful hills that is located in some parts of eastern Azerbaijan province and zanjan province, they are one of the beautiful perspectives on the earth. There are many villages near the mountain which are located between colorful mountains. The soil which is used in the thatch of houses is red. These views are such a wonderful views that seem they are from another planet. These mountains are a good subject for landscape photography, because they are colorful especially in cuprous and yellow colore in enough light and heat

Aladaglar , Zanjan road

Indeed, Aladaglar coloured mountains is an intact beautiful scenery on earth. The landscape is so unique and eye-catching that one may think it is from another planet. Red, yellow, white, copper and orange colours are stunning especially when used in making coloured village houses. Aladaglar is a perfect subject for nature photography

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Ahar - Tabriz Road
آلاداغلار در مسیر جاده اهر - تبریز

eastern Azerbaijan province

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travel to iran

کوه شگفت امگیز

هر طبیعت زیبایی که میخواهد ببینید در بهشت عدن یعنی آذربایجان جستجو کنید…

آلاداغ لار یا کوههای رنگی
یکی از شگفتی آفرینش که در ۲۵ کیلومتری شمال شرقی تبریز و در مسیر شهرستان اهر- تبریز و خواجه و اتوبان میانه – زنجان قرار دارد. آلا داغ لار، نام محلی کوه ها و تپه های رنگارنگی است، که در بخشهایی از آذربایجان قرار گرفته اند. وجود روستاهایی در اطراف این کوه‌ها وجهه زیباتری به آنها داده است چرا که خانه‌های این روستاها نیز همچون خاک این کوه‌ها رنگین است. گویی طبیعت با رنگ‌های شاد به پایکوبی و سرور پرداخته باشد.

Aladaghlar of Azerbaijan region in Iran , Photo by Khalil Gholami - ASANews
آلاداغلار میانه آذربایجان شرقی - ماهنشان زنجان ، عکاس خلیل غلامی


east azerbaijan province



کوه‌های رنگارنگ از نزدیکی شهرستان میانه شروع شده و تا مسیر بین اهر به تبریز ادامه دارد. در نگاه اول کوههای رنگی را شاید یک دفتر نقاشی فرض کنید، اما وقتی با دقت به مناظر و کوهها و تپه ها می نگرید جز زیبایی که خداوند خلق کرده نخواهید دید. کوههای رنگی یا آلاداغ لار یکی از مناظر زیبا روی زمین به شمار می آید. این مناظر آنقدر نادر و عجیب‌ اند که گاهی ما تصور می‌کنیم در حال دیدن مناظره ی از یک سیاره دیگر هستیم. وجود رنگهایی همچون قرمز، زرد، سفید و نارنجی چشم های انسان خیره می کند.
هر چند تماشای این کوه‌ها حتی در حال گذر از کنارشان لذتبخش است، اما پیشنهاد ما به شما این است که چند ساعتی فرصت بگذارید و در دل این کوه‌های زیبا پرسه بزنید چرا که نوع بافت آنها به شکلی است که شما با تصاویر عجیب تر و زیباتری رو به رو خواهید شد، عبور «راه آب‌ها» میان این کوه‌ها شکل و شمایلی به گذرگاه‌های کوه بخشیده که دیدنش دل هر گردشگری را می‌برد.

متعلق به سازندهای Upper red یا قرمز بالایی زمین هستند که در اکثر نقاط ایران مرکزی ( تقسیم بندی زمین شناسی) بر روی توف های ائوشن قرار میگیرند و رنگ قرمز آنها حاکی از شرایط اکسیدان و وفور اکسیژن به منظور ترکیب با اکسیژن است. وجود رنگهایی همچون قرمز، زرد، سفید و نارنجی در بافت این ارتفاعات مناظر بدیعی ایجاد کرده است. در نزدیکی این کوهها چندین روستا قرار دارد که در بین کوههای رنگی قرار گرفته اند. خاک به کار رفته در کاهگلی که برای ساختن خانه در این روستاها استفاده می شود قرمز رنگ است. این کوه ها به سبب رنگی بودن شان به ویژه رنگ مسی و زرد در شرایط نور مناسب و هوای گرم سوژه مناسبی برای عکاسی طبیعت به شمار می رود.


کوههای رنگی آذربایجان


شگفت انگیز

ماهنشان زنجان

سازند قرمز بالایى، بیشتر از نوع ماسه‎سنگ، مارن، کنگلومرا و تبخیرى‎هاست که در شرایط مولاسى تشکیل شده و فرونشینى تدریجى بستر، ضخامت آن را به شدت افزایش داده است. با وجود شرایط یکسان رسوبى، سنگ‎شناسى این سازند تغییرات زیادى دارد، به گونه‎اى که هم‎ارزى دقیق رخنمون‎ها دشوار است و هیچ برشى نمى‎تواند الگوى این سازند باشد. یکى از ویژگى‎هاى سازند قرمز بالایى سیماى ظاهرى آن است که به جز حاشیه ارتفاعات، به طور عموم نواحى کم‎ارتفاع دشت گونه را زیر پوشش دارد. گستره‎هاى وسیعى از فرونشست‎هاى زمین‎ساختى جوان مانندکویر بزرگ، فرونشست میانه – زنجان، گودى قم – ساوه، گودال بلورد – بافت – سیرجان با نهشته‎هاى این سازند پُر شده‎اند. در این گونه نواحى، بسیارى از تپه ماهورهاى سُرخ‎رنگى که با رسوبات تبخیرى آغشته‎اند، جزو سازند قرمز بالایى هستند.

سازند قرمز بالایى در شرایط رسوبى یکسان انباشته نشده است. موج نقش‎هاى جریانى موجود در ماسه‎سنگ‎ها، ته‎نشست آنها را در آب تأیید مى‎کند. از سوى دیگر، تنه درختان فسیل شده، اثر قطره‎هاى باران، ترک‎هاى گلى فسیل شده، نشانگر وجود حوضه‎هاى رسوبى خشکى در زمان ته‎نشست سازند سُرخ بالایى است. در یک نگاه کلى، خروج گسترده زمین در میوسن میانى موجب افزایش آهنگ فرسایش و آزاد شدن حجم زیادى از فرآورده‎هاى تخریبى شده که به شکل رسوبات آبرفتى در مخروط‎افکنه‎ها و یا رسوبات تبخیرى – تخریبى ریزدانه در حوضه‎هاى کولابى نهشته شده‎اند. بدین‎سان، سازند قرمز بالایى دو رخساره متفاوت دارد. یکى رخساره تخریبى که در حاشیه حوضه قرار داشته و دیگرى رخساره کولابى که در داخل حوضه و دور از منشأ بوده است. رخساره‎هاى کولابى این سازند در کویر بزرگ گسترش وسیعى دارد. حوضه‎هاى کوچک‎تر کولابى نیز در جنوب میانه و اطراف کبودرآهنگ (شمال همدان) وجود داشته‎اند.

آلا داغ لار

طبیعت آذربایجان

کوه رنگی


جاده اهر

coloured mountains


خلیل غلامی

برخلاف اثرات سوء زیست‎محیطى، داشتن نهشته‎هاى اقتصادى یکى از ویژگى‎هاى بارز سازند قرمز بالایى است. نهشته‎هاى گچ و نمک این سازند در بسیارى نقاط کاربرد صنعتى و خوراکى دارند. در منطقه میانه، ردیف‎هاى این سازند حجم‎هاى زیاد ژیپس و نمک پتاس‎دار دارد که در حدود 50 متر ضخامت دارد. افزون بر کلریدسدیم و کلریدپتاسیم (سیلویت) سُرخ‎رنگ، کارنالیت و سولفات جدیدى از کلسیم، منیزیم و پتاسیم به نام «مامانیت» (اقتباس شده از نام روستاى مامان میانه) گزارش شده است (لادام، 1942) این سولفات در حقیقت یک گرهک چند نمکى است که در قاعده نمک دیده مى‎شود. درگنبدهاى نمکى ایلجاق، میزان پتاس اکتشاف شده حدود دو میلیون تن برآورد شده است.

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نویسنده : تبریز قارتال
تاریخ : یکشنبه 28 شهریور 1395
زمان : 08:08 ب.ظ
Tabriz - Top Ten Halal Destinations
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با توجه به اینکه تبریز و مشهد از ایران بعنوان 10 شهر برتر غذاهای حلال انتخاب شده اند بهمراه شهرهای از جمله استانبول و آنتالیا ترکیه ، شارجه و دبی و ابوظبی امارات ، امان اردن ، کوالالامپور مالزی، جده عربستان تبریک میگوییم. 

این چندمین عنوان تبریز در طول یکسال اخیر 94 - 95 است که بدست آورده، مانند عنوان شهر جهانی فرش دستبافت و صنایع دستی ، تبریز شهر نمونه گردشگری در سال 2018 جهان اسلام ، تبریز بعنوان پایتخت اطلس گردشگری و برگزار کننده نمایشگاه نگارگری کشورهای آسیایی و حالا هم شهر غذاهای حلال در سطح دنیا و جهان اسلام انتخاب شده است.
این افتخارات فقط گوشه ای از تاریخ و پیشینه درخشان تبریز است که کم کم بعد از قرن ها جنگ و زلزله و گذر زمان و بی مهری! به آنها در حال دست یافتن هستیم که هنوز راه و تلاش بسیاری میطلبد تا به دوران عظمت تبریز قدیم که 400 سال پایتخت ایران و پنجمین شهر بزرگ جهان در دوره صفویان بوده است دست یابیم چه در حوزه فرهنگی هنری چه گردشگری و توریسم و چه علمی و صنعتی ، اقتصادی و سیاسی و...

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عنوان خوراکهای حلال و گردشگری حلال هم بحق به تبریز از ایران رسیده زیرا همشهریان و آذربایجانیها و نیز هموطنان ایرانی بخوبی واقف و میدانند تبریز صاحب چه خوراک و سوغات و غذاهای لذیذ و معروف اسلامی حلال است و نیز قطب شیرینی و شکلات و آجیل خشکبار کشور است و این تازه فقط توانستیم شیرینی اهری و کباب بناب را ثبت کنیم در حالیکه بیش از دهها نوع شیرینی و دسر بومی در آذربایجان، دلمه و انواع آش و کوکو و کباب ، خورشتهای خوشمزه مثل هویج و کنگر، کوفته تبریزی ، انواع نان از جمله سنگک تبریزی و لواش اسکو ، بهترین لبنیات و فرآورده های لبنی منطقه کوهستانی آذربایجان ، مرغوبترین عسل و غیره داریم که البته اینها بجز غذاهای بومی فراوان محلی هر شهرستان خطه و استانهای آذربایجان که چندان آشنایی و تسلط نداریم محسوب میشوند. میتوان از این ظرفیت عالی برای کل ایران با ثبت آنها بهره برد.

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تبریز جزو 10 شهر برتر گردشگری حلال دنیا

به گزارش فارس نیوز، رضا خلیلی در جلسه ستاد اجرایی خدمات سفر آذربایجان شرقی از انتخاب تبریز به عنوان 10 شهر برتر گردشگری حلال دنیا خبر داد و اظهار کرد: کسب این ‌عنوان نشان می‌دهد که شهر تبریز شاخصه‌های یک شهر گردشگری برای مسلمانان را دارد و پایتخت گردشگری شهرهای اسلامی شایسته نام تبریز است.

منبع:   http://islamictravel.com/travel_blog/top-ten

در مقاله زیر نیز بخاطر انتخاب شهر تبریز بعنوان شهر حلال به معرفی انگلیسی این شهر ایران و سپس چند غذاخوری آن پرداخته است که ما هم چند تا در پایان به این لیست اضافه و لینک دادیم.


The city of Tabriz is the capital of East Azerbaijan province and is one of the most important economic and political centres of modern Iran. Until the 1970s it was also Iran’s second largest city after Tehran. Modern Tabriz is known for being particularly welcoming to foreign travellers and its younger generation have a good a command of English. Tabriz is situated north of the beautiful Mt. Sahand at an altitude of 1340m on a plain surrounded on three sides by mountains

The plain slopes gently down to the northern part of lake Orumieh which is approximately 60km to the West. A pleasantly mild summer climate makes it a popular getaway for Iranians living in the sun-baked interior and snowy winters bring large numbers of winter sports enthusiasts


The city has a long and turbulent history although the early history of Tabriz is shrouded in legend and mystery, the town’s origin is believed to date back to distant antiquity, perhaps even before the Sassanian era (224 – 651 A.D.). The oldest stone tablet with a reference to Tabriz is that of Sargon the second, the Assyrian King. The tablet refers to a place called Tauri Castle and Tarmkis. The historians believe this castle was situated on the site of the present day Tabriz. It was the capital of Azarbaijan in the 3rd century A.D. and again under the Mongol Ilkhanid dynasty (1256 – 1353), although for some time Maragheh supplanted it
During the reign of Aqa Khan of the Ilkhanids, as well as under the reign of Ghazan Khan, Tabriz reached the peak of glory and importance. Many great artists and philosophers from all over the world traveled to Tabriz. In 1392, after the end of Mongol rule, the town was sacked by Tamerlane. It was soon restored under the Turkman tribe of the Qara Qoyunlu, who established a short-lived local dynasty. Under the Safavids it rose from regional to national capital for a short period, but the second of the Safavid kings, Shah Tahmasb, moved the capital to Qazvin because of the vulnerability of Tabriz to Ottoman attacks. The town then went into a period of decline, fought over by the Iranians, Ottomans and Russians and struck by earthquake

Tabriz Jame Mosque in Bazaar - 900 years old

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Tabriz was the residence of the crown prince under the Qajar kings, but the town did not return to prosperity until the second half of the 19th century. The greatest boost to Tabriz came with the opening up of Iran to the West at the turn of this century, when it became the main staging post between the interior of Iran and the Black Sea and,for a short time, the economic capital. In 1908 it was the center of a revolt against Mohammad Ali Shah, which was only put down with the brutal intervention of the Russians. In the second Irano-Russian War the city was occupied by the Czar troops. However, it was returned to Iran following the signing of Turkmanchai Treaty, a peace and trade settlement that ended the Irano-Russian War of 1826-1828

The Iranian Constitutional Revolution originated in Tabriz and culminated during the reign of Mohammad Ali Shah of Qajar dynasty (1779-1925). Sattar Khan and Baqer Khan were the two most prominent leading figures behind the movement. Tabriz was occupied by Russians several times in the first half of 20th century, including most of both world wars. A railway line to the border at Jolfa, built by the expansionist Russians, was of little importance until recently, but it has increased in significance in the ’90s as a result of Iran’s friendlier relations with its northern neighbors


With a very rich history, Tabriz used to house many historical monuments. Unfortunately, many of them were destroyed in repeated invasions and attacks of foreign forces, negligence of the ruling governments, as well natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. What remains now mostly dates back to the Ilkhanids, the Safavids, and the Qajars. Some of the monuments are unrivaled masterpieces of architecture

Tabriz Carpet and Rug bazaar

Tabriz today
It is a modern industrialized Iranian city with signs of old civilization of 3,500 - 4000 years old. Having some of most famous museums, holding some of the cultural events, and harboring couple of most prestigious Iranian universities, the city is considered a major hub for science and culture in Iran. Known as the “city of firsts”, Tabriz is the capital of Iranian northern province of East Azerbaijan and hometown of many of the country’s pioneers. At about 1350 meters above sea level, Tabriz is usually cold in winter and cool-ish in summer, although when I went, just last May, the weather was already quite, and unexpectedly, hot


Its moniker, city of firsts, was not just given randomly, but it’s been wholly deserved after a stormy past and a glorious, revolutionary history. Severe weather conditions, harsh geographical features and, last but far from being least, proneness to seismic events may have as well influenced the residents’ personality, tough, proud and creative

Time Square , Tabriz

tabriz today

    Masjed-e Kabud (Blue Mosque)
Despite being heavily damaged by an earthquake in 1776, the Masjed-e Kabud (completed in 1465) remains one of Iran’s most celebrated mosques. The plan, unique in Iran, consists of a square central chamber topped with a dome and framed on three sides by nine domed bays making it more akin to the Ottoman mosques of Turkey than traditional Iranian constructions
Extensive reconstruction in the 1950s and 1960s has restored the mosque in form but it is the fragments of original tile work that really evoke its former grandeur. The deep blue colour of the tiles which gives the mosque its name was achieved with generous use of cobalt. On this lustrous background were painted delicate arabesques and calligraphic designs in gold and white. These tiles once covered the dome and all the interior walls

islamic mosque

Scenic hamlet less than an hour drive from Tabriz, Kandovan slightly reminds of Turkey’s Cappadocia both for its geographical conformation and laid-back vibe, and just like Cappadocia, here houses are carved into the mountain, rather than built on it. I booked my hotel in Tabriz, but visitors who wish to have a little relax in a truly secluded space can book a fully furnished, all-comfort-included room right here. While external facades might mislead you to think you are going to find inadequate services and facilities, I managed to peep at a private interior when a tiny chador-clad woman was opening the door and all I could detect was no less than a spotless, gleaming, modern luxury. Narrow and winding stone staircases complete the magical scene, but if I were to make a suggestion to the local council, would be to try to hide the ever-present electrical wires and replace the shiny steel rooftops with something a little more traditional-looking


    Tabriz Grand Bazaar

Tabriz has long been a trading centre and the first constructions of the bazaar begun over 1000 years ago. It is one of the oldest and largest in the Middle East. Of what you can see today much is from the 15th century. The bazaar is a labyrinth of passages and covers an area of 1 square km and has about 7000 shops. Besides shops there are caravanserais, mosques, schools, warehouses and workshops
It is pleasant to walk around under the high vaulted brick ceilings and visit the different sections for carpets, spices, household goods, copperware etc. If you don’t know where the road is leading just take it and find out

tabriz bazaar

    El Goli Park
Last but not least, El Goli park (El-Gölü, formerly known as Shah Goli), pool and palace are definitely worth a stop, be it for lunch, dinner, afternoon tea or just a stroll. One of the country’s largest outdoor pools, the park is a cherished weekend leisure spot for Tabriz residents who love to walk along the water streams or simply chill out at one of the many cafes and restaurants lined up along its edge. Previously used as summer residence by the Qajar rulers, el-Goli palace hosts now a restaurant and on the slopes of the park is even possible to spend the night in tents equipped with electricity and comfortable camping beds. While I didn’t stay there overnight, I did have the chance to enjoy a delicious Ash-e Dough, thick yogurt soup, at a quaint and colorful restaurant cafe

el goli

Where To Eat

    Haj Ali Chelo Kebab
After a morning of exploring the Tabriz bazaar – a beautiful, largely 15th-century covered market featuring brick vaulting, caravanserais, and domed halls – locals will doubtless point you in the direction of Haj Ali Chelo Kebab restaurant. Tabriz is famed for some of the finest chelo kebab in Iran, and the historic but simply furnished Haj Ali is celebrated citywide for living up to this reputation. Tabrizis ascribe the succulence of its kebabs to a special, locally produced butter
Price: Budget
Watch out for: the chelo kebab


A nautical theme runs through this high-end restaurant, where fish is the meal of the day, every day. With aquariums, aquamarine lighting, and furnishings constructed from wood and logs, the décor is quite unlike anything else you’re likely to experience in Iran. Baliq serves many varieties of fish, professionally prepared in a variety of ways, usually combined with delicious herb rice
Price: Mid-range
Watch out for: the fish cutlets
Address: Bolvare-e Fakuri,Elgoli, Tabriz


    Rahnama Dairy Café
Rahnama Dairy café is quite simply the place to have breakfast in Tabriz. Tucked away in the bazaar, this no-nonsense, unpretentious establishment is known throughout Iranian Azerbaijan as the serving the tastiest dairy products known to man. You will be in and out in 15 minutes, but your stomach will be full and our body energised. Yoghurt and honey is the most popular dish, but their bowl of clotted cream and honeycomb takes the biscuit
Price: Budget
Watch out for: the clotted cream and honeycomb surprise
Address: Tabriz Bazaar, Tabriz

Bonab Kebab Local Food in East Azerbaijan province , Near Tabriz

Light and airy (if a little cramped) Reyhan restaurant serves up some of the best kebabs in Tabriz – although you will pay a premium for the pleasure. Koobideh (mince meat lamb),barg (barbecued lamb fillet), jujeh (grilled chicken), and the other staples from the Iranian kebab hall of fame are available in their most exemplary form here. Served with rice, or if you’re not in the mood – freshly made nan-e sangak (Iranian leavened flatbreak)
Price: Mid-range
Watch out for: the exemplary range of kebabs
Address: 29 Bahman Boulevard,Southern Valiasr, Tabriz

Azerbaijani Dolma , Tabriz


    Talar Bozorg Elgoli
In centre of the lake in the beautifully verdant Elgoli park is the Talar Bozorg restaurant. Viewed from a distance, the restaurant seemingly floats on the water beneath it. Popular with local families as well as tourists, the building displays some traditional features of Iranian Azeri architecture (although it is in fact a modern construction). A cosy spot with scenic surrounds, and tasty local fare
Price: Mid-range
Watch out for: the scenic surrounds
Address: Elgoli Park, Tabriz


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