What does the word Kalutin mean

Great tour of Persia

Iran is not only of great interest to culture lovers. The country is huge, five times larger than Germany, and offers an incredible variety of landscape scenarios. The main attractions are in the central high plateau, which is at an average altitude of 1,100 m, with a continental climate. Two large mountain ranges shape Iran, the Zagros Mountains, west and south of the highlands, and the Elburs Mountains in the north. At the Caspian Sea in the north there is a moist, fertile lowland with lush, green forests, where tea, rice and cotton are grown. In southern Iran, on the Persian Gulf, there is a dry, hot lowland, the country's oil region. Much of the land in the northeast / east is made up of the Kavir and Lut Deserts, with salt lakes, rubble desert, dunes and rock formations. In Iran you can find original villages as well as modern cities. Since ancient times travelers, historians, geographers and also conquerors have been drawn here, e.g. Herodotus, Marco Polo or Alexander the Great. During the Safavid period (16th-18th centuries), many European scientists, artists and traders visited the country, attracted by the knowledge and achievements of the Persians. Iran is still one of the most important countries on earth in terms of art history and offers a real treasure trove of ancient and Islamic sights. Different epochs have left their traces here, from the Elamite period to the Achaemenids (559 BC), Sassanids, Safavids, Qadjars to today's, often very modern Iranians, who welcome us with openness and hospitality.