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Sep
2018
Exclusive Interview: IranbyBit’s Bitcoin-Powered Tourism Fueling Iranian Economy
Posted by: IranbyBit /1380

You can read our new interview with BitcoinNews.com A brief section of this interview: An Iranian travel startup is tackling the country’s economic sanctions and consequent financial exclusion by offering visitors to the country an opportunity to pay for their travel experience with Bitcoin. Speaking to Bitcoin News, IranbyBit ‘s founder Setare Shabanipour discussed the importance of having the […]

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Jul
2018
Basile biking iran

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Jun
2018
Why Iranians Are So Kind?
Posted by: IranbyBit /1440

From Basile’s Travel Blog About Basile :I’m twenty-six years old, from France and Switzerland. After I finished my studies in Robotics in Zürich, and after having worked a few months in a tech start-up, I decided to listen to my inner voice. So instead of taking the plane, I decided to bike from Paris, my […]

turkman-people

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May
2018
Ethnic Groups in Iran
Posted by: IranbyBit /2010

Ethnic groups in Iran[1] Ethnic groups Percent Persians (incl. Gilaks and Mazandaranis) 61% Azerbaijanis 16% Kurds 10% Lurs (incl. Bakhtiari people) 6% Turkmens (and other tribal Turks in Iran) 2% Arabs 2% Baloch 2% Others 1%   Reference: Wikipedia

parvin palace

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May
2018
Korsi: Iranian Traditional Heating System
Posted by: IranbyBit /3650

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09

May
2018
Bakhtiari Ethnicity
Posted by: IranbyBit /3300

  The Bakhtiari (Persian: بختیاری‎) are a southwestern Iranian tribe, and a subgroup of the Lurs. They speak the Bakhtiari dialect, a southwestern Iranian dialect, belonging to the Lurish language. Bakhtiaris primarily inhabit Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari and eastern Khuzestan, Lorestan, Bushehr, and Isfahan provinces. In Khuzestan, Bakhtiari tribes are concentrated primarily in the eastern part […]

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May
2018
Dress Code in Iran
Posted by: IranbyBit /700

What to Wear in Iran Women in Iran must always wear a long coat/tunic over their regular clothes and are required to cover their heads with a scarf. It’s the law, and not only for women. Men should wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts too. Unless you’re told that you can remove your scarf, don’t do […]