Buali Hotel

Address: Buali St., City Center, Hamadan, 65156, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Buali St., City Center, Hamadan.
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    Travel Blogs from Hamadan

    Where the Journey Began...

    A travel blog entry by thiswim on May 26, 2014

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    I have always been a behind the scenes person, ever since I can remember. I grew up in Ecbatane. My parents told me in order to have a good life I needed three things: strong religion, a good husband, and my own opinions. My name is Coral. My mom named me Coral because she wanted my name to remind me how precious I was. This makes sense because coral is a precious stone in the Middle East. When I was 16 I was married off to ...

    Echoes of Medes, Achaemenids, Iskander, Avicenna..

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 13, 2013

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    A day to explore Hamadan. Perfect weather.
    Two tombs of important early C11 figures. First the much loved Sufi poet Baba Taher who wrote simple straight forward poems in the Lor language. Inside the tomb an old man was reciting Baba T's verse, Naser translating.....
    Later in the morning we visited the mausoleum of the great BuAli Sinna, known as Avicenna in the West. The great man died here ...

    A Hosseinieh, a Water Temple & Ali Sadr caves

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 12, 2013

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    Yet another perfect day for traveling in the Zagros mountains, following one of the major strands of the Silk Road.
    But before leaving town we visited a Hosseinieh. These are a creation special to the Shia branch of Islam and memorialize the martyrdom of the 3rd Imam, Hossein, at Karbala (now in SE Iraq) in 680 AD. Each year in the Islamic month of Moharram passion plays are held here retelling the story of the slaying & beheading of H & ...

    Fire Temple & Mountains

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 09, 2013

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    Today took me high into the borderlands of Kordestan visiting the Zoroastrian Fire Temple of Takht-e Soleiman en route. 5 1/2 hrs of mountain driving to cover less than 300 km. Grand country, much of it covered by undulating wheat fields & most well over 2000m above sea level. It can get cold up here - down to minus 30C. So cold that the power station has to work on both diesel & gas (gas can't be pumped at such temps ...

    Tehran to Hamadan - So Dizi My Head is Spinning...

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Apr 20, 2011

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    The Grand Ferdosi Hotel, located in central Tehran, was very popular. It is a short walk to the museums and Golestan Palace, and just a block away from Imam Khomeini Square. The hotel was swarming with guests. Breakfast in the restaurant was frenetic with waiters literally running trying to keep up the food supplies to the buffet breakfast. You had to queue for the bread but it was definitely worth the wait as it was baked to order. Freshly baked flat breads in ...