Mazandaran Province

Mazandaran Province

About MazandaranProvince

استان مازندران


Mazandaran is in the north of the country, the Caspian Sea is in the north; Tehran, Semnan, Alborz and Qazvin are in the south, Gilan is in the west and Golestan is in the east of this beautiful province.

The weather in Mazandaran is mild and wet; having Alborz Mountain in the south, being near to the sea and the vegetation are the reasons of the mild weather in this area.

People in Mazandaran speak Farsi and Mazandarani. Mazandarani dialect, the remaining from the old languages of Iran, is spoken all over the province.

Its natural geographical situation is the reason of it being distinctive. The Caspian Sea and its beautiful beaches, wooded park and mountainous parks, the summit of Damavand with 5670 meters height also known as the roof of Iran, caves, waterfalls, rivers, cold and hot mineral water, springs, natural ponds especially Miankaleh peninsula in Behshahr, changed this area of Iran to a diversified series for living and for tourists.

We can divide this province’s weather according to temperature and rainfall, into mild sea and mountainous wet (mild and cold).

Bridges, castles, towers, hills, old houses such as Nima Yushij’s are the historical places of this area.


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