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Kermanshah is capital of Kermanshah Province in the west of Iran and 525 kilometers (326 miles) distance from Tehran. Located in the western part of Iran with a population of 851,405 people according to the 2011 census, renamed Bakhtaran in the 1980s.The city enjoys a temperate climate and regular seasons. The city has lots of delicious breads and unique souvenirs like: Bzhy Bread, Klaneh, Brass bread, Kak bread and brown bread.
Important places to visit are Taq-e Bostan, Bisutun, Anahita Temple, Tekieh Moaven-ol-Molk.

Taq-e Bostan:
Taq-e Bostan located in 4km north of Kermanshah, the gardens of Taq-e Bostan have a 2,000 year history. According to archaeological evidence it was first constructed…                   Read more


Bisotun inscription is considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located in Harsin County and has 42Km distance from Kermanshah. The Bisotun Inscription  is a ….                       Read more

Anahita Temple:
Is the name of one of the two archaeological sites in Iran popularly thought to have been attributed to the ancient deity Anahita. The larger and more widely known of the two …                  Read more

Tekieh Moaven-ol-Molk:
was built on the orders of Hossein Khan Moeen al-Roa’aya, who was a successful businessman in Kermanshah bazaar. It was meant to be a husseiniya when built in 1897…                      Read more