Bangladeshi envoy calls Zanjan sights “extraordinarily beautiful”



TEHRAN – Bangladeshi Ambassador to Tehran Gousal Azam Sarker visited the northwestern province of Zanjan on Thursday, praising the province for its sights of extraordinary beauty.

He viewed tourist attractions as one of the most important capabilities and benefits of the region’s tourism industry.

The official made visits to the Rakhtshooy Khaneh Building Museum and the Zolfaqari Archaeological Museum.

During the visits, the ambassador proposed joint ventures in the field of tourism and handicraft exports, CHTN said on Friday, citing provincial tourism chief Amir Arjomand.

Zanjan is one of the cities founded by Sassanid King Ardashir I (180-242 CE). The province provides a base for wider explorations with the architectural wonder of Soltaniyeh, the underground delights of the Katale-Khor caves, the colorful mountains and the UNESCO-listed ruins of Takht-e Soleiman are found near.

At the end of January, Zanjan was named a “World City of Watermark” by the World Crafts Council after WCC assessors visited various craft workshops, stores, exhibitions and bazaars in the city during a tour of the city. two days last December.

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