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25th Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electrophysiology Of Iran
1-4 May 2018
(11-14  Ordibehesht 1397)
Olympic Hotel, Tehran, Iran

 

  

Dear Colleagues and Friends, 

It is my pleasure to invite all of the great scientists, academicians and researchers from all over the world to attend the 25th Iranian Congress of Neurology, from May 1-4, 2018 in Tehran, Iran. we will discuss the major breakthroughs and developments in the field of neurology from basic and research to the clinical practice. In addition to a top-rate scientific program, there will be many opportunities for hands-on learning workshop as well as exciting social events.

25th Iranian Congress of Neurology is unique in its approach of encouraging a dialogue between the basic and clinical scientists. Our remarkable program will engage and inspire colleagues from around the world. It will be particularly educational and inspiring for young scientists who will get an opportunity to interact with leading experts.

We take immense pride to welcome you to this exciting international congress and hope you will have satisfying academic and social interaction in Tehran, the beautiful and dynamic capitalof Iran.

Sincerely Yours,

Ali Amini Harandi

Chair Person of 25th Iranian Congress of Neurology

 

 President of Iranian Neurological Association: H.Pakdaman


  Beladimoghadam  

President of Congress : N.Beladimoghadam

Harandi

Congress Chair Person : A.Amini Harandi


 



 

  

Dear colleagues,
On behalf of the board of the Iranian neurological association .it is our pleasure to welcome all of you to the
 XXIV  International Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electrophysiology of Iran ( I.I.N.C)

Taking place in exciting Tehran, Iran.

Indeed, it is the ultimate goal of our Association to share the overwhelming amount of New developments in not only the understanding of the etiology and Pathophysiology of the multitude of neurologic disorders, But also the therapeutic strategies, essential to further increase quality Of life of world-wide patients suffering those debilitating diseases.

The Congress includes plenary lectures, cutting edge scientific c symposia, Interactive forum discussions and educational workshops, and offers numerous slots for oral presentation of ongoing research and ‘selected Topics.’

We cordially invite all neurologist and related specialists from all over the world to participate in this event and see our beautiful city Tehran and IRAN.

Sincerely, 
A. Habibi
Congress Chairperson
Tehran, Iran

REGISTRATION DESK

The Registration Desk will be situated on the first floor of the ------- and will be open for registration and information according to the following time schedule:

Tuesday, May 2-         08:00-19.00

Wednesday, May 3-    08:00-15.30

Thursday, May 4                     08:00-15.30

Please collect the conference kit at the Secretariat Desk and wear your personal name badge during the scientific sessions and social activities.

FREE WI-FI

Free wi-fi Internet connection is available in all meeting rooms and common spaces.

MOBILE PHONES

The use of mobile phones is not allowed during all scientific sessions. Mobile phones must be switched off or muted.

SMOKING POLICY

Smoking is strictly prohibited during all meetings and sessions and in exhibition halls at all times. Your compliance is appreciated.

CLIMATE

The weather in Tehran in May is fresh with an average daytime temperature of 24-28°C, with normally no rain or snow. 

Scientific Information

One of the most interesting aspects of the XXIV international Iranian neurology congress (IINC) is the diversity of approaches presented. This allows for original solutions to be discussed for a wide range of problems, both on research and clinical management.

Needless to say, the contact between neurologists working in different countries is vital for such an exchange to take place.

Presentations are geared to various levels of skills, so that participants from a variety of backgrounds will have the chance to enrich their knowledge and enjoy the networking opportunities.

Delegates will find that there is an exciting range of subjects in main lectures, parallel sessions, forum, symposia and poster sessions.

We now look forward to the involvement of all participants, be it in open forums during all the sessions, or at a more personal “one to one” level.

THE XXIV IINC CONGRESS – HIGHLIGHTS

The wide range of topics included in the Program will be presented by international experts. Lectures, symposia, session summaries, and discussions will be led by experienced moderators while educational sessions and updates will summarize on the newest aspects. As customary, a considerable amount of platform time will be given over to discussion. A further opportunity is the Technical Exhibition, where novelties may be explored and where delegates will have the chance to liaise with industry representatives.

The Congress will address all aspects of Neurological disorders including basic science, genetics, differential diagnosis and therapeutic interventions.

PLENARY SESSIONS

There will be Plenary Sessions, covering the main topics of the Congress, delivered by leading clinical experts, basic scientists and other health care professionals.

INTERACTIVE SESSIONS

They are planned on   Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday and Friday programs. Debates will offer a lively and hopefully fruitful discussion on controversial issues.

EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS

They will cover all aspects of neurologic disease, and will serve the educational mission of the IINC.

ORAL POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  Selected posters have been given the opportunity to present a 6-minutes short oral presentation of their abstract. During the lunch time

POSTERS

Authors are required to attach their posters to the appropriate poster board. Posters will be displayed with a daily rotation on, Wednesday 3 MAY and Thursday 4 May. Poster boards will be duly numbered and set up material will be provided by the Organizing Secretariat.

Dates and times of Poster Session discussions are indicated within the scientific program. Authors are expected to be present at their poster board during discussion.

Speakers are kindly requested to use “PowerPoint” (Windows or Macintosh/Apple) for their presentations.

 Please report to the Slide Centre at least 2 hours before your presentation or the day before, if scheduled in the morning.

This timing will allow your presentation to be downloaded onto the main computer.

 Target Audience

XXIV IINC  2017 is the global meeting place for physicians, researchers, scientists, clinicians and allied health experts with a wide range of expertise in the field of  Neurological disease Because of the diverse, clinically focused educational offering, participants are able to tailor the curriculum to meet the needs of international clinicians of all levels of experience

 



 

22th Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electrophysiology Of Iran
10-13 May 2016
(21-24 Ordibehesht 1395))
IRIB Center, Tehran, Iran/p>

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Dear colleagues,
Following the great success of the 22th Iranian Congress of Neurology & Electrophysiology held with more than 1000 participants in Tehran last year, we are pleased to invite you to join the 23th International Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electerophisiology of Iran in spring 2016 (10-13 May).
We deem that the congress would bring you world- class content and latest developments in all areas of clinical Neurology. We are looking forward to seeing you in IRIB Center.
Sincerely, 
 A. Azimi
Congress Chairperson
Tehran, Iran

 

 President of Iranian Neurological Association: H.Pakdaman


  President of Congress : Sh.Nafissi  

    Congress Chair Person : A.Azimi

 




 

22th Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electrophysiology Of Iran
12-15 May 2015
(22-25 Ordibehesht 1394)
Olympic Hotel, Tehran, Iran

  

Dear colleagues,
Following the great success of the 21th Iranian Congress of Neurology & Electrophysiology held with more than 1000 participants in Tehran last year, we are pleased to invite you to join the 22th International Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electerophisiology of Iran in spring  2015 (12-15 May).
We deem that the congress would bring you world- class content and latest developments in all areas of clinical Neurology.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Olympic Hotel.
Sincerely, 
 S.M. Nabavi
Congress Chairperson
Tehran, Iran

 

 President of Iranian Neurological Association: H.Pakdaman


  President of Congress : M.Ghaffarpour  

    Congress Chair Person : S.M.Nabavi

 Congress Vice Chair Person : H.Paknejad 

 




 

  

Dear colleagues,
Following the great success of the 20th Iranian Congress of Neurology & Electrophysiology held with more than 1000 participants in Tehran last year, we are pleased to invite you to join the 21th International Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electerophisiology of Iran in spring  2014 (10-13 June).
We deem that the congress would bring you world- class content and latest developments in all areas of clinical Neurology.
For more information, please visit the congress website at www.iraneurologycongress.com
We are looking forward to seeing you in Olympic Hotel.
Sincerely, 
Dr. F. Ashrafi
Congress Chairperson
Tehran, Iran

 

21th Congress of Neurology & Electrophysiology Of Iran
10-13 June 2014
(20-23 Khordad 1393)
Olympic Hotel, Tehran, Iran

 

 

 Congress President: Professor H.Pakdaman


 Congress Scientific Chairperson: Dr  F.Ashrafi

 

 Congress Executive Secretary : Mr. H.Ghasemi

 






Teaching Courses

Tuesday (10 June 2014, 20 Khordad1393)

 

  Coordinator: Dr. Babak Zamani

Time

International Hall

Hegmataneh Hall

08:00-10:00

Stroke

 

MS

11:00-13:00

Headache

Epilepsy

14:00-16:00

Movement

EEG

16:30-18:00

Neuromuscular Disorders

Dementia

08:30-10:30

Neuroradiology

(12 June, 21 Khordad)

Rehabilitation

(12 June, 21 Khordad)

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Stroke 08:00-10:00

 Coordinator: Dr. Amiri

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:30

New anticoagulant

Dr. Gheini

08:30-09:00

Small vessels disease

Dr. Amiri

09:00-09:30

Angiography in Neurologic diseases

Dr. Mehrpour

09:30-10:00

Intervention in AVM

Dr. Ghorbani

10:00-10:30

Panel discussion

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

Opening Program

10:30-11:00

Quran recitation, National Anthem, Congress President’s Speech (Dr. Pakdaman), Congress chairman’s welcoming message (Dr. Ashrafi)

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

MS 08:00-10:00

  Coordinator: Dr. Sahraian

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:30

Atypical Manifestations of MS

Dr. Etemadi Far

08:30-09:00

Monitoring of patients receiving disease modifying therapies

Dr. Sahraian

09:00-09:30

The roles of pregnancy in the management of MS

Dr. Nabavi

09:30-10:00

Escalation versus induction therapy in MS

Dr. Nikseresht

10:00-10:30

Panel discussion

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

Opening Program

10:30-11:00

Quran recitation, National Anthem, Congress President’s Speech (Dr Pakdaman), Congress Chair person’s welcoming message (Dr Ashrafi)

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Headache 11:00-13:00

 

Coordinator: Dr. Togha

Time

Title

Speaker

11:00-11:25

Chronic migraine: case approach presentation

Dr. Togha

11:25-11:50

Management of idiopathic intracranial hypertension: case approach presentation

Dr. Ghorbani

11:50-12:15

Approach to chronic cluster headache

Dr. Froughipour

12:15-12:40

Neuroradiological findings in headache

Dr. Mohamadiani Nejad

12:40-13:00

Panel discussion

 

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

Epilepsy 11:00-13:00

  Coordinator: Dr. Motamedi

Time

Title

Speaker

11:00-11:25

Non convulsive status epilepticus

Dr. Ahmadi

11:25-11:50

Treatment of non convulsive status epilepticus

Dr. Asadi poya

11:50-12:15

Myoclonous status epilepticus

Dr. Fesharaki

12:15-12:40

Epilepsia partialis continua

Dr. Motamedi

12:40-13:00

Panel discussion

 

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Movement 14:00-16:00

Coordinator: Dr. Shahidi

Time

Title

Speaker

14:00-14:25

DBS in PD

Dr. Speelman

14:25-14:50

Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation (NBIA)

Dr. Rohani

14:50-15:15

Treatment of advanced Parkinson's disease

Dr. Petramfar

15:15-15:40

Update on dystonia

Dr. Soltanzadeh

15:40-16:00

Panel discussion

 

16:00-16:30

Break

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

EEG 14:00-16:00

  Coordinator: Dr. Mehvari

Time

Title

Speaker

14:00-14:25

EEG technique

Dr. Ghafarpour

14:25-14:50

EEG report

Dr. Beladi Moghadam

14:50-15:15

Diagnostic value of EEG

Dr. Mehvari

15:15-15:40

EEG in brain death

Dr. Bahrami

15:40-16:00

Panel discussion

 

16:00-16:30

Break

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Neuromuscular 16:30-18:00

  Coordinator: Dr. Nafissi

Time

Title

Speaker

16:30-16:45

Polymyositis and dermatomyositis

Dr. Ayramlou

16:45-17:00

Inclusion body myositis

Dr. Salajegheh

17:00-17:15

Necrotizing autoimmune myopathy

Dr. Basiri

17:15-17:30

Other types of myositis

Dr. Ghoreishi

17:30-17:45

Pathology in inflammatory polymyopathy

Dr. Nilipour

17:45-18:00

Panel discussion

 

 


 

Tuesday (10 June 2014) - (20 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

Dementia 16:30-18:00

Coordinator: Dr. Zamani

Time

Title

Speaker

16:30-16:50

Update on Alzheimer's disease

Dr. Amini

16:50-17:10

Acute and subacute dementia

Dr. Zamani

17:10-17:30

FTD

Dr. Shahidi

17:30-17:50

PDD & DLB

Dr. Ashrafi

17:50-18:00

Panel discussion

 

 


 

Wednesday (11June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Neuroradiology 08:00-10:30

Coordinator: Dr. Adybeig

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:30

Neuroradiology in movement disorders

Dr. A. Zamani

08:30-09:00

Neuroradiology in epilepsy

Dr. Rahimian

09:00-09:30

Neuroradiology in dementia

Dr. Bakhshandehpour

09:30-10:00

Neuroradiology in hydrocephalia

Dr. Firouznia

10:00-10:30

Panel discussion

 

10:30-11:00

Break

 

 


 

Wednesday (11June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

Rehabilitation in Neurologic Disease 08:00-10:30

 Coordinator: Dr. Forogh

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:30

Rehabilitation in neuromuscular disorders

Dr. Rayegani

08:30-09:00

Post-stroke rehabilitation

Dr. Forogh

09:00-09:30

Rehabilitation In PD

Dr. Ashraf

09:30-10:00

Rehabilitation in spinal disorders

Dr. Raissi

10:00-10:30

Panel discussion

 

10:30-11:00

Break

 

 


 

Main Lectures

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

(International Hall)

Stroke 11:00-13:00

Chairperson: Dr. Azimian, Dr. Ghabaee, Dr. Ghazvinian, Dr. Khamseh, Dr. Salarian  

Time

Title

Speaker

11:00-11:25

Neuroprotective drug in stroke management

Dr. Chen

11:25-11:50

Acute stroke management

Dr. Mansouri

11:50-12:15

The ABCD2 score is highly predictive of stroke in ischemic stroke patients, not for TIA

Dr. Ghandehari

12:15-12:40

Neurosonology in acute stroke

Dr. Adybeig

12:40-13:00

Panel discussion

Dr. Amiri

Dr. Jalali

Dr. Termehchi

Dr. Mehrpour

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

 


 

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

11:00-13:00

 

Chairmen: Dr. Adybeig, Dr. Kalani, Dr. Rohani, Dr. Sadeghi, Dr. Najlrahim

Time

Title

Speaker

11:00-11:35

Neurovestibular examination

Dr. Herma Kingma

11:35-12:05

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) in Parkinson’s disease

Dr. Hans Speelman

12:05-12:35

Progressive Parkinson with focus on role of apomorphine

Dr. Fabrizio Stocchi

12:35-13:00

New approach for treatment of relapsing MS

Dr. Bassem Yamout

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

 


 

Main Lectures

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Headache 14:00-16:00

  Chairmen: Dr. Akbarian, Dr. Ebrahimi, Dr. Hemati, Dr. PourAkbar, Dr. Pourmahmoudian

Time

Title

Speaker

14:00-14:30

A review on CADASIL syndrome

Dr. Federico

14:30-14:45

Reliability and validity of the migraine disability assessment scale (MIDAS) and Headache Impact Test (HIT-6) among migraine and tension type headache in Iranian patients

Dr. Saadatnia

14:45-15:00

Update on management of idiopathic intracranial hypertension

Dr. Assarzadegan

15:00-15:15

Updates on management of chronic cluster headache

Dr. Rahmat

15:15-15:30

Cerebral reversible vasoconstriction syndrome: Key to diagnosis and management 

Dr. Hesami

15:30-16:00

Panel on intractable Headache

Dr. Ghafarpoor

Dr. Mohammadianinejad

Dr. Togha

Dr. Momenzadeh

Dr. Reisi

(psychiatrist)

Dr. Kafian

(psychiatrist)

16:00-16:30

Break

 

 


 

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

Poster Round 14:00-15:00

 

Time

Title

Management

14:00-15:00

Poster Presentation

 

 


 

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

Work shop

14:00-16:00

 

   Coordinator: Dr. Amiri

Time

Title

Speaker

14:00-14:45

Clinical assessment of immune modularly therapies in MS

Dr. Minagar

14:45-15:45

Botulinum toxin for treatment of dystonia

Dr. Rohani

15:45-16:30

TCCD in office practice

Dr. Zamani

16:30-17:15

Abortive therapy in acute migraine

Dr. Paknejad

 

17:15-18:00

Red flag symptoms and signs in neurometabolic syndromes

Dr. Shalbafan

 


 

Wednesday (11 June 2014) - (21 Khordad1393)

International Hall

16:30-18:00

 

  Chairmen: Dr. Pashapour, Dr. Samaee, Dr. Tabasi, Dr. Tavakol, Dr. Zamanian

Time

Title

Speaker

16:30-16:50

Dementia in treatable inborn errors of metabolism

Dr. Sabania

16:50-17:10

The role of intravenous immune globulin (IVIG) in neuromuscular diseases

Dr. Sarraf

17:10-17:30

Assessment of vasomotor system function in type II diabetic patients compared to healthy individuals

Dr. Maghbooli

17:30-17:50

Post traumatic brain venous  sinus thrombosis

Dr. Asadolahi

17:50-18:10

Genetic testing in Stroke

Dr. Kasmaei

 


 

Main Lectures

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

International Hall

MS 8:30-10:30

 

Chairperson: Dr. Beladi Moghadam, Dr. Shaygannejad, Dr. Nourian, Dr. Sahraian

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:25

Diagnosis of MS: A historical review

Dr. Khoshnam

08:25-08:40

Updates on diagnosis and management of NMO

Dr. Harirchian

08:40-09:00

First line therapies and long term efficacy in MS

Dr. Minagar

09 :00-09:20

MS: defining goals and patients expectations

Dr. Kieseier

09:20-10:30

Panel discussion (Ethical issues in MS)

Dr. Pakdaman

Dr. Kieseier

Dr. Sahraian

Dr. Etemadifar

Dr. Nabavi

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

 

 


 

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

Hegmataneh Hall

Neuromuscular Disorders

8:30-10:30

 

Chairmen: Dr. Abedini, Dr. Sadradini, Dr. Seifi, Dr. Shafa, Dr. Yousefipour

Time

Title

Speaker

08:00-08:25

Rituximab application in neuromuscular disorder

Dr. Nafissi

08:25-08:50

Toxic myopathies

Dr. Salajegheh

08:50-09:15

The application of muscle MRI in inflammatory myopathies

Dr. Fatehi

09 :15-09:40

Insight in mitochondrial myopathy

Dr. Boostani

09:40-10:30

Panel discussion

Dr. Nafissi

Dr. Salajegheh

Dr. Fatehi

Dr. Boostani

Dr. Ayramlo

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

 

 


 

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

International Hall

11:00-13:00

Iranian Neurology Society Election

 


 

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

International Hall

14:00-16:00

 

Chairperson: Dr.Farhoudi, Dr.AlHashemi, Dr.Hatamian, Dr.Negahi

Time

Title

Speaker

14:00-14:20

HLA-DRB1* 11/15 is the predominant genotype in Iranian patients with multiple sclerosis

Dr. Abolfazli

14:20-14:40

Autoimmune encephalitis may mimic multiple sclerosis

Dr. Majdinasab

14:40-15:00

Association between retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) thickness and cognitive impairment in patients with multiple sclerosis

Dr. Ashtari

15:00-15:20

Brain death and organ transplant aspect in Isfahan

Dr. Ziaei

15:20-15:40

Vasomotor reactivity comparison in Multiple Sclerosis patients with white matter lesions and non-multiple sclerosis subjects with white matter lesions in brain MRI

Dr. Khorvash

15:40-16:00

Sleep disorder in medical student based on polysomnographic finding in Mashhad

Dr. Asadpour

16:00-16:30

Break

 

 


 

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

Poster Round 14:00-15:00

 

Time

Title

 

Coordinator

 

14:00-15:00

Poster presentation

 

 

 


 

Thursday (12 June 2014) - (22 Khordad1393)

International Hall

Epilepsy 16:30-18:00

 

Chairperson: Dr. Hamzei, Dr. Koucheki, Dr. Namakian, Dr. Nikkhah,  Dr. Roodbari

Time

Title

Speaker

16:30-16:50

Benefit of early versus deferred treatment of first unprovoked seizure: A randomized clinical trial

Dr. Najafi

16:50-17:10

Electroencephalogram in non epileptic neurological conditions

Dr. Zare

17:10-17:30

Adding Anterior Callostomy to Frontal Lesionectomy:A New Surgical Strategy to Enhance Seizure Control

Dr. Guive Sharifi

17:30-17:50

Seizure outcome in epileptic patients after resective epilepsy surgery: a prospective follow up study in Iranian Population

Dr. Mehvari

17:50-18:00

Panel

 

 


 

Friday (13 June 2014) - (23 Khordad1393)

International Hall

08:30-10:30

 

Chairperson:Dr. Alaei, Dr. Etemadi, Dr. Ilkhani, Dr. Moghadasi, Dr.Akbarian

Time

Title

 

Speaker

08:30-09:00

Combination drug therapy in epilepsy

 

Dr. Gharagozli

09:00-09:30

Brain Mapping: from basic to clinical practice

 

Dr. Zarei

09:30-10:00

PET scan in neurologic disorders

 

Dr. Arsalan Zamani

10:00-10:30

Flow augmentation in acute ischemic stroke

 

Dr. Borhan

10:30-11:00

Break

   

 


 

Main Lectures

Friday (13 June 2014) - (23 Khordad1393)

International Hall

11:00-13:00

Chairperson: Dr. Abbasioun, Dr. Torabi, Dr. Shamsaee, Dr. Tabatabaee, Dr.Panahi

Time

Title

Speaker

11:00-11:30

Evidence that mitochondrial dysfunction contributes to neurological deficits arising from neuroinflammation in a model of multiple sclerosis

Dr. Sadeghian

11:30-12:00

Autoimmune encephalitis

Dr. Etemadifar

12:00-12:15

The most common stressors in Iranian patients that can exacerbate multiple sclerosis relapses

Dr. Sedighi

12:15-12:45

Role of gamma knife in neurological disorders

Dr. Ashrafian

12:45-13:00

Iranian Journal of Neurology: a brief report

Dr. Fatehi

13:00-14:00

Closing Ceremony

 

 

 

 

 



 

IRAN

Iran is an ancient country with a history of civilization and artistic creation of over 3000 years. Cyrus (the king of Iran) wrote the first charter of the human rights some 2500 years ago. Since then Iran has been the land of peace, friendship, art and culture. It is a big country with a diverse climate. From the mountains blanketed with snow to the beautiful deserts and from the blue seas to broad pastures and green forests, it's all full of ancient works and Iranian civilization. Iran is a land of hospitality and warmness, with a rich, glorious and grand cultural heritage. 

The country covers 1,600,000 square kilometers. It borders the beautiful Caspian Sea from the north and the warm Persian Gulf from the south. Iran today is both modern and ancient. It is the most populous and the second-largest country in the Middle East. 
 

Iran has something to offer to everyone. From culture lovers to the adventurous. There are many sightseeing choices to choose from; mountain climbing, skiing, shopping at many magnificent shops and bazaars, great resturants, splendid parks, and of course historical and archaeological places of interest with over 5,000 years of history. Tehran, the capital of Iran, with a population of over 10 million rests by the side of the Alborz mountains and the lofty snow-covered mount Damavand.

The cities included in the list of the world cultural heritage and civilization are Isfahan, the former capital of Iran and the legendary city of architecture and Shiraz, also a former Iranian capital, with its historical and magnificent Persepolis and the birthplace of the greatest Iranian poets, Hafez and Sa'di.

Iran is a very safe country to travel in regardless of your race, religion, or gender. The crime rate in Iran is low.

TEHRAN: A MODERN CITY IN THE HEART OF ANCIENT IRAN 

Tehran, the capital of the Islamic Republic of Iran is one of the largest metropolitans of the world, and it is the country's largest economic center and the base for its large and small modern technological and industrial establishments. Located on the slopes of the mountains and at the foot of the magnificent Mount Damavand, it has been the country's capital city for over 200 years now. Nearly 10 Million people live in Tehran in contrast to two hundred thousand in 1920.

Tehran is pleasant, it derives its originality from its dry climate, always cool in the evening, the nearness of the mountains, its numerous parks and gardens where flowers blossom throughout the year, the alleys of trees in the avenues or even smaller streets, the water which runs down from the upper city along deep and wide gutters which look like small rivers during spring. 

Despite spectacular development, Tehran has preserved its old charm and magic. It is a city where the pleasing harmony of different architectural styles and superb structures, combined with legendary hospitality blend into an unforgettable experience for visitors. 

Tehran is the biggest and most important educational center of Iran. Today There are nearly 50 major colleges and universities in total in Greater Tehran. 

Since the establishment of Darolfonoon in the mid 1800s, Tehran has amassed a large number of institutions of higher education. Tehran is also a city of parks and possesses more than 800 well-kept parks.Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, warm friendly people.

MILAD TOWER : The Fourth high world 's tower is located in Tehran

Tehran's climate has four seasons. The city is located at 35°40N - 51025E For more information 

 



 

 

 

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