توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی

پایگاه اینترنتی توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی مکانی برای فعالان صنعت گردشگری و اصناف وابسته

توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی

پایگاه اینترنتی توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی مکانی برای فعالان صنعت گردشگری و اصناف وابسته

توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی
پایگاه اینترنتی توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی مکانی برای فعالان صنعت گردشگری و مدیران کارآمد می باشد، جایی که به شما کاربران گرامی اطلاع رسانی شود در بخش های هتلداری، ایرانگردی، جهانگردی، مدیریت و صنایع وابسته از جمله آشپزی، قنادی و مهارت های زندگی که شما را یاری دهد.
پایگاه اینترنتی توسعه گردشگری ایرانگردی و جهانگردی که متعلق به گروه مهرشادگلابچی می باشد برای یاری دانشجویان گردشگری و هتلداری و اصناف وابسته در بخش تحقیقات دانشجویی دانشجویان این مرز و بوم را یاری می دهد، از جمله خدمات دیگری که این گروه ارائه می دهد طراحی وب سایت برای ارگان ها، شرکت های دولتی و خصوصی می باشد و پشتیبانی سایت، محتوا سازی، سئو، بازاریابی اینترنتی، تبلیغات اینترنتی، کمپین تبلیغاتی از فعالیت های این مجموعه می باشد.
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Welcome To Istanbul

This magical meeting place of East and West has more top-drawer attractions than it has minarets (and that's a lot).

Why I Love İstanbul

By Virginia Maxwell, Writer

Why do I love this city? Let me count the ways. I love the locals, who have an endless supply of hospitality and good humour at their disposal. I love the fact that when I walk down a city street, layers of history unfold before me. I love listening to the sound of the müezzins duelling from their minarets and I love seeing the sun set over the world's most beautiful skyline. I love the restaurants, the bars and the tea gardens. But most of all, I love that an extraordinary cultural experience lies around every corner.

Culinary Heritage

'But what about the food?' we hear you say. We're happy to report that the city's cuisine is as diverse as its heritage, and delicious to boot. Locals take their eating and drinking seriously – the restaurants here are the best in the country. You can eat aromatic Asian dishes or Italian classics if you so choose, but most visitors prefer to sample the succulent kebaps, flavoursome mezes and freshly caught fish that are the city's signature dishes, washing them down with the national drink, rakı (aniseed brandy), or a glass or two of locally produced wine.

Art & Architecture

The conquering armies of ancient times tended to ransack the city rather than endow it with artistic treasures, but all that changed with the Byzantines, who adorned their churches and palaces with mosaics and frescoes. Miraculously, many of these remain. Their successors, the Ottomans, were quick to launch an ambitious building program and the magnificently decorated imperial mosques that resulted are architectural triumphs that together form one of the world's great skylines. In recent years, local banks and business dynasties have reprised the Ottomans' grand ambitions and endowed an impressive array of galleries, museums and festivals for all to enjoy.

Living History

İstanbul's strategic location has attracted many marauding armies over the centuries. The Greeks, Romans and Venetians took turns ruling before the Ottomans stormed into town and decided to stay – physical reminders of their various tenures are found across the city. The fact that the city straddles two continents wasn't its only drawcard – it was the final stage on the legendary Silk Road linking Asia with Europe, and many merchants who came here liked it so much that they, too, decided to stay. In so doing, they gave the city a cultural diversity that it retains to this day.

Local Life

Some ancient cities are the sum of their monuments, but İstanbul factors a lot more into the equation. Chief among its manifold attractions are the locals, who have an infectious love of life and generosity of spirit. This vibrant, inclusive and expanding community is full of people who work and party hard, treasure family and friendships, and have no problem melding tradition and modernity in their everyday lives. Joining them in their favourite haunts – çay bahçesis (tea gardens), kahvehans (coffeehouses), meyhanes(Turkish taverns) and kebapçıs (kebap restaurants) – will be a highlight of your visit.

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Welcome to Tallinn

No longer the plaything of greater powers – Danish, Swedish, Polish, German and Soviet – Tallinn is now a proud European capital with an allure all its own. It's lively yet peaceful, absurdly photogenic and bursting with wonderful sights – ancient churches, medieval streetscapes and noble merchants' houses. Throw in delightful food and vibrant modern culture and it's no wonder Tallinn seems in danger of being loved to death, especially after a few cruise ships dock. But it's one of those blessed places that seems to cope with all the attention.

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Welcome to Iran

In the Footsteps of Empire

If you're drawn to places where echoes of ancient civilisations resonate down through the ages, Iran could be your thing. Some of history's biggest names – Cyrus and Darius, Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan – all left their mark here and the cities they conquered or over which they ruled are among the finest in a region rich with such storied ruins. Walking around the awesome power and beauty of Persepolis, experiencing the remote power of Susa (Shush), and taking in the wonderfully immense Elamite ziggurat at Choqa Zanbil will carry you all the way back to the glory days of Ancient Persia.

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Iran (Persian: ایران) is a large country in the Middle East and West Asia, between the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea. It is bordered by Iraq to the west, Turkey, Azerbaijan's Naxcivan enclave, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to the northwest,Turkmenistan to the northeast, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the southeast.

People

Humans have inhabited the area that makes up modern Iran since the Stone Age. The ancient Persians arrived about 1500 BC, one branch of the great movement of people that also brought northern India and most of Europe their modern populations. The name Iran is from the same root as "Aryan" which, until Hitler perverted it, was just an ancient name for those arriving peoples. Persian (natively known as Farsi) is an Indo-European language; ancient Persian was related to Sanskrit, ancient Greek, and all the others in that family. Persians are ethnically and linguistically unrelated to their neighbours on the west, the Arabs and Turks.

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Area: 1,648,195 sq km (636,371 sq miles).

Population: 80.8 million (2014).

Population density: 49 per sq km.

Capital: Tehran.

Government: Islamic Republic.

Head of state: Supreme Leader Grand Ayatollah Ali Hosseini Khameni since 1989.

Head of government: President Hassan Rouhani since 2013.

Electricity: 230 volts AC, 50Hz. European-style plugs with two round pins are used.

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