Masouleh Village, Masuleh
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Originally established in 1006 CE, Masouleh Village contains houses built into the mountains, with roofs that double up as pedestrian streets. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the village, which prohibits vehicles due to its unique layout, winding walkways, and many staircases. You'll notice many of the houses boasts a yellow clay exterior, which makes them more noticeable in the thick fog common in this area throughout the year. Use our Gilan Province travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Masouleh Village and other attractions in Gilan Province.
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Een leuke plaats om te overnachten. Veel villa's worden te huur aangeboden ( ook voor 1 nacht) en dat is beter dan het plaatselijke hotel. De restaurantjes waar voornamelijk 'sticks' worden verkocht v... read more »A nice place to stay the night. Many villas are offered for rent (also for 1 night) and that is better than the local hotel. The restaurants where mainly ' sticks ' are sold I found less.show original
This village is so cute and charming. It's located in the north part of Iran, it's green and beautiful. It has a nice bazar that has so many small cute restaurants owned by the locals. You better off ... read more »
Massouleh is een zeer toeristisch dorpje, schuin tegen een vrij steile berghelling opgebouwd zodat het dak van het ene huis de stoep is van het huis erboven. Zeer populaire dagtocht vanuit Tehran op h... read more »Massouleh is a very touristic village, built up against a fairly steep mountain slope at an angle so that the roof of one house the pavement of the House above it. Very popular day trip from Tehran on their free Friday. The village is constantly in the clouds and the fog over goes smoothly in rain. Nothing doesn't bother the day trippers. They allow themselves the pleasure not meeting all through rain or cold while they dressed on the prevailing temperature in Tehran! The very many Iranian tourists are like everywhere lured to all "tourist traps" out there as possible. Of the many souvenir shops to the dress up party for a photo in the local costume. But outside the weekend it might be nicer.show original
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