Transportation in Iran
Transport in Iran is inexpensive because of the government's subsidization of the price of gasoline. The downside is a huge draw on government coffers, economic inefficiency because of highly wasteful...
Transportation in Iran - Wikipedia
Traveling Iran by train | DW Documentary
Iran is opening its doors to foreigners and a train ride from the Persian Gulf to the Caspian Sea is a great way to get to know the country and its people. The travel restrictions that are now being ...
BBC Travel - The hidden side of the Silk Road
Behind the preserved mosques and madrassas of the Silk Road lies another Uzbekistan – one that’s brash, messy and filled with gleeful anarchy.
BBC Travel - The Silk Road that no one sees
The pools beneath the pristine madrassa in Bukhara’s blue-tiled Lyab-i Hauz square were still. Men in long tunics hawked tea from silver pots in the cafes across the way. And narrow streets rolled int...
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Ministry of Roads and Transportation (Iran)
Ministry of Roads and Transportation of Iran (Persian: وزارت راه و ترابری‎), was the main organ of Iranian Government responsible for administration of roadway, railway, airway and seaway transp...
Ministry of Roads and Transportation (Iran) - Wikipedia
Government of Iran
The politics of Iran take place in a framework of presidential democracy and theocracy in a format of Syncretic politics that is guided by an Islamist ideology. The December 1979 constitution, and its...
Government of Iran - Wikipedia
Islamic Republic of Iran Railways
The Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (abbreviated IRIR or sometimes RAI) (Persian: شركت راه آهن جمهوری اسلامی ایران) is the national state-owned railway system of Iran. The Raja Passenger Train Comp...
Islamic Republic of Iran Railways - Wikipedia
Iranian railway industry
The Iranian railway equipment industry started its activity with wagon production.It was formed by the inauguration of train-manufacturing company Wagon Pars in 1985. The railway is being developed wi...
Iranian railway industry - Wikipedia
Railway stations in Iran

There are about 300 railway stations in Iran from 1938.the names of some of these stations are as follows:
Tehran Bus Rapid Transit
Tehran Bus Rapid Transit was officially inaugurated in 2008 in order to facilitate the motor traffic in Tehran. As at 2011 the bus rapid transit (BRT) system had a network of 100 kilometers which tran...
Tehran Bus Rapid Transit - Wikipedia
Iranian automobile industry
Iran’s automotive industry is the second most active industry of the country, after its oil and gas industry, accounting for 10% of Iran's GDP and 4% of the workforce (700,000 persons).Iran developed ...
Iranian automobile industry - Wikipedia
Geography of Iran
Geographically, Iran is located in West Asia and borders the Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf, and Gulf of Oman.Its mountains have helped to shape both the political and the economic history of the country ...
Geography of Iran - Wikipedia
Ministry of Petroleum of Iran
The Ministry of Petroleum (MoP) (Persian: وزارت نفت‎ Vezârat-e Naft) manages the oil industry, the producer of oil and petrochemical products. MoP is in charge of all issues pertaining to explor...
Ministry of Petroleum of Iran - Wikipedia
Iran Shipping Lines
The maritime fleet of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL Group) comprises 115 ocean-going vessels, with the total capacity of 3.3 million  tons deadweight (DWT). The ownership str...
Iran Shipping Lines - Wikipedia
National Iranian Tanker Company
National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) is a subsidiary of the National Iranian Oil Company, which was privatized in 2009. As of 2011, NITC was owned by funds managing pensions for 5 million Iranians. ...
Industry of Iran
According to a report by the Economist, Iran has been ranked 39th for producing $23 billion of industrial products in 2008. From 2008 to 2009 Iran has leaped to 28th place from 69th place in annual in...
Industry of Iran - Wikipedia
List of airports in Iran
This is a list of airports in Iran, grouped by type and sorted by location.As of 2013, Iran had 319 airports which made Iran the 22nd country in the world with most airports. Iran, officially the Isla...
List of airports in Iran - Wikipedia
Labor and tax laws in Iran
The fiscal year begins on March 21 and ends on March 20 of the next year. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs is the government agency authorized to levy and collect taxes. In 2008, about 55%...
Labor and tax laws in Iran - Wikipedia
Tourism in Iran
The landscape of Iran is diverse, providing a range of activities from hiking and skiing in the Alborz mountains, to beach holidays by the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea. Over the next five years a ...
Tourism in Iran - Wikipedia
North-South Transport Corridor
The International North–South Transport Corridor is the ship, rail, and road route for moving freight from India to Europe through Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Russia. The route primarily involves ...
Silk Road
The Silk Road, or Silk Route, is a network of trade and cultural transmission routes that were central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting the West and East by li...
Silk Road - Wikipedia
Bazaar
A bazaar is a market: a permanent enclosed merchandising area, marketplace, or street of shops where goods and services are exchanged or sold. The term originates from the Persian word bāzār, from Mi...
Bazaar - Wikipedia
Gaap
Gaap (also Tap, Coap, Taob, Goap) is a goetic demon described in the Lesser Key of Solomon, the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, the Dictionnaire Infernal, and the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic, as a Prince...
BBC Travel - The hidden side of the Silk Road
Behind the preserved mosques and madrassas of the Silk Road lies another Uzbekistan – one that’s brash, messy and filled with gleeful anarchy.
Transport in Iran
Transport in Iran is inexpensive because of the government's subsidization of the price of gasoline. The downside is a huge draw on government coffers, economic inefficiency because of highly wasteful...
Transport in Iran - Wikipedia
Taxation in Iran
The fiscal year begins on March 21 and ends on March 20 of the next year. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs is the government agency authorized to levy and collect taxes. In 2008, about 55%...
Taxation in Iran - Wikipedia
History of the Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), founded by the peasant rebel leader Liu Bang (known posthumously as Emperor Gaozu), was the second imperial dynasty of China. It followed the Qin dynasty (221–...
History of the Han Dynasty - Wikipedia