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North Khorasan To Attract Pakistani Nationals

November 29, 2023

The provincial director, Ali Mostofian, greeted pilgrims and travellers from Pakistan on Wednesday, saying, “North Khorasan province has provided the necessary ground to provide services to international travellers.”

According to the official, North Khorasan, which is located in northeastern Iran, has a rich cultural tapestry, a variety of pristine natural landscapes, and pleasant weather. “We also have an interest in cultural exchanges.”

During a meeting with Muhammad Shahryar, the consul-general of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mostofian stated that among the most important tourism topics in North Khorasan that we can use to take steps towards tourism development are folklore, anthropology, ethnic rituals, local music, and pure Turkmen horses.

For his part, Shahryar stated that Pakistani tourists and Imam Reza (AS) pilgrims will be drawn to North Khorasan by making use of the region’s current resources, building the required infrastructure, and offering favorable conditions.

In other parts of his speech, Mostofian declared that he was prepared to work with Pakistan on a memorandum of understanding for cooperative archaeological excavations.

According to the official, North Khorasan is one of the top provinces for archaeology and worldwide excavations; it has collaborated with the Louvre Museum, the German and Chinese archaeological institutes, and many more.

When traveling between Mashhad and Gorgan, most foreign visitors usually pass through North Khorasan in one direction. However, if you have time to explore, it’s worthwhile to detour south from the capital, Bojnurd, towards Esfarayen, which is known for its wrestling tournaments, the impressive Belqays citadel, and the partially preserved stepped village of Roein, which is located about 20 km north. Considered Khorasan’s equivalent of the well-known Masuleh, Roein is a viable starting point for hikes to lesser-known mountain villages, although many new buildings distort the village’s atmosphere in some areas.

The history of the Khorasan region dates back to ancient times. It spans the Amu Darya (Oxus River) in the north, which runs westward to the Caspian Sea, and the margins of the central Iranian deserts in the south, which runs eastward to the mountains in northern Afghanistan.

The Khorasan region was a part of two empires: the Parthian Empire, which ruled from the 3rd century BC to the 3rd century CE, and the Achaemenian Empire, which ruled from 6th to 4th century BC, according to Britannica.

Due to its turbulent past, Khorasan is home to many ethnic groups. These days, most Khorasan in Iran is used for agriculture, with fruits, grains, cotton, tobacco, oil plants, saffron, and some silk produced there. Livestock is abundant; poultry is also raised, and wool, lambskins, and goat hair are exported.

Among the mineral products are Turquoise, salt, iron, copper, lead, zinc, chromium, magnesite, and coal. Manufactured goods include textiles, processed foods, ginned cotton, carded wool, sugar, medications, and animal feed. Jewellery, carpets & rugs, furs, toys, glassware, and cloth loomed by hand are examples of handicrafts.

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