Also known as Bakhtaran and Kermanshahan, is located 525 km …

from Tehran in the western part of Iran. Kermanshah has a moderate and mountainous climate due to its location near mount Dalekhani. As the largest Kurdish-speaking city in Iran, this city is the capital of Kermanshah province.

Kermanshah is considered as one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures due to its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture and Neolithic era. The primary construction of this city is attributed to Tahmuras, the third king of Pishdadian dynasty. However according to many historian the Sassanids have constructed Kermanshah and it was a glorious city in during Sassanid dynasty about 4th century A.D.

Places to visit:

Jame Mosque Bazaar of Yazd Lari House Lari House Lari House