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Beautiful Iran-Gilan Province (Pictures)

Posted by Parsin on October 31, 2008

15 Responses to “Beautiful Iran-Gilan Province (Pictures)”

  1. salaam,

    hi brother, may i know, are you know any institution that i can study persian in iran? actually i had a discussion with hamid dabashi (may be you are familiar this name), and he proposed to me for better study persian first before doing phd about ali shariati.

    hopefully i’ll get some information from you.

    nice to keep in with you.

    aqil fithri

    kuala lumpur


    I also think it would be great for you to learn Persian. The best way is to contact the Iranian Embassy In Malaysia. They will give you all information you need.
    I also found this link in google, you may try to see if it helps.
    Please let me know if you need any further assistance.


  2. salaam,

    thanks so much! your infomation and link was given is very useful to me. thanks again.


    Salaam, I will let you know if I get any new information.
    Good Luck!

  3. Yogi said


    I have always loved camping, but have never found a place in my country more beautiful that this province.

    When I come to see you (hopefully this spring when my debts are eliminated), we need to camp there.

  4. Parsin:

    Just for the record, Yogi is my nickname for obvious reasons. But I will use Glenn in the future to keep it simple.

  5. Parsin:

    I hate to keep bothering you. My website is still there: I just made a mistake that I have cleared up.

  6. Parsin said

    I have been checking your blog. I thought you have quited blogging once again since I didn’t see any new post. I hope you continue writing posts.
    By the way, I have done a lots of camping in the Rockey Mountains. They are beautiful. And I sure things will be in order and you will be able to visit Iran.

  7. Kim Wimmington said

    Youre country is lovely . I hope in the future to vist Iran . How come there are no companys offering packages to vist lovely Iran .

  8. Parsin said

    Thanks, I am sure there are travel agencies for Iran in many countries. You can make a search in google to find some of these tourist agencies. Otherwise, ask Iranian Embassy in your country. Hopefully they will help you.

  9. salam,

    man az gilan hastam.

    gilan hameshe zibah .

    tah sane 22 salegi dar iran dar rasht boodam.

    bad az on sarnavasht man rah az kshawaram,az diyaram az gilan hameshe zibah jouda kard .

    khoday khodam me khaham be man Oomre tolani be dahad tah yekbar digar dar kshwaram dar shar khodam beraiy chand saly zandegy konam .

    INsha Allah

  10. Parsin said

    I also wish the same for you and hope that one day Iranians all around the world could freely visit their home.

  11. Kafiya said

    Iran is so beautiful………………. 🙂

  12. jamshid said

    gillan is so vere beautiful

  13. Syed Arshad alam said

    this is Syed Arshad Alam Gilani from Pakistan,”Gilani”From where my ancesstors came to India formed “Gilani” Basti village there in India.

  14. Fuad said

    The Holy Land that saves Our Hero SHAH İSMAEL HATAİ Bakidan Salamlar

  15. syed zafar shah gilani said

    Asalamo alakum. My ancestor .syed Abdul Qadir Gilani R.A belongs to Gillan(Amol) province. Which to visit this beautiful place. Zafaf shah Gilani

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