There are many traditional bazaars in Iran. Vakil Bazaar is one of them which has a rich history of more than 2000 years and it is located in the center of Shiraz, Iran. During the Zandyeh dynasty (AD 1747–79), Shiraz was the capital and so many beautiful mosques and buildings were built and renovated.
Vegetables and rice along with meat, lamb, chicken or fish are the most prepared ingredients of Iran foods. Agriculture has a long history in Iran so they use fresh ingredients in their foods. Most meals are eaten only with a spoon and fork. Iran foods are also popular in London, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Vancouver, and Toronto, which have significant Iranian populations.
Let us give you some information about the way that Iranian dressed. Accordingly, following information can help you to pick up your outfits easier when you want to travel to Iran.
Iran is a Muslim country and Hijab or Islamic dress code is obligatory. In addition, all people and also tourists and foreigners must obey this Islamic rule.