Qom

19 Dec 2018 - 20 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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Art & Design Lovers
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Adventure Travellers
5.5
Spiritual Seekers
5.5
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Member reviews (11)
Harold
HaroldBrooklyn
09/05/2014

Some locals refer to this as the "city of ants" because of the larger number of women in chadors. Iran's second holiest city is a but gritty but the Hazrat-r Masumeh is a fascinating place to visit and see a living religious site. Be sure to visit the foreign pilgrims desk to arrange a guide. Busy on Thursdays and Fridays.

Mostafa Safaei
Mostafa SafaeiEsfahan
06/01/2017

Qom is counted as one of the focal centers of the Shi'a both in Iran and around the globe. The city's climate is hot and dry. However, many travelers are visiting the city and its immigrant population is very high. This city has grown rapidly in recent years and its population is just over one million people.

omid Nejati
omid NejatiTehran
06/01/2017

The cities of Qom in central Iran. Qom is the center of Qom, Qom, and the city center. Saskatchewan became a province in 1375 and solar to smallest province in Iran. Dry and arid region located in Qom Grdydhast However, due to the importance of communication, the city is central to the migration of people from different cities and countries. North to the south of Tehran and Qom, Kashan University of the West and Saveh is limited.

Syed Haider
Syed HaiderKarachi
06/01/2017

such a nice place for religious students

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