Zanjan Tourism Guide

Zanjan Travel Guide; Visit Zanjan ; Iran

Zanjan Travel Guide; Visit Zanjan ; Iran

Zanjan Tourism Guide

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Though tensions between Iran and the United States have escalated since President Trump took office, the appeal of Iran for adventurous travelers is obvious: the monumental ruins of ancient Persia, the spectacular, centuries-old mosques of Shiraz and Isfahan, the Grand Bazaar and Golestan Palace in the bustling metropolis of Tehran. One additional reason to visit in 2019 is a major exhibition scheduled to open at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, a popular hangout for young Iranians. “Portrait, Still-life, Landscape” (Feb. 21 to April 20) will take over the entire museum, with a selection of about 500 works, including pieces by Andy Warhol, Mark Rothko and Marcel Duchamp, as well as about 40 Picassos recently discovered in the museum’s storage facilities (much of the collection has been kept under wraps in the decades since the 1979 revolution). The United States State Departmentdiscourages, but does not prohibit, travel to Iran by American citizens, and Americans can travel to Iran only as part of an organized tour. Some options for 2019 include three expeditions from Intrepid Travel, including the company’s first-ever all-female tour as well as guided tours by the high-end British travel operator Cox & Kings

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No. 1: Puerto Rico

No. 2: Hampi, INDIA

No. 3: Santa Barbara, CALIF

No. 4: Panama

No. 5: Munich, GERMANY

No. 6: Eilat, ISRAEL

No. 7: Setouchi Islands, JAPAN

No. 8: Aalborg, DENMARK

No. 9: The Azores, PORTUGAL

No. 10: Ontario Ice Caves, CANADA

No. 11: Zadar AND NEARBY ISLANDS, CROATIA

No. 12: Williamsburg VA.

No. 13: Las Vegas

No. 14: Salvador, BRAZIL

No. 15: Danang, VIETNAM

No. 16: Costalegre, MEXICO

No. 17: Paparoa Track, NEW ZEALAND

No. 18: Puglia, ITALY

No. 19: Tatra Mountains, SLOVAKIA

No. 20: Calgary, CANADA

No. 21: Olkhon Island LAKE BAIKAL, RUSSIA

No. 22: Huntsville, ALA.

No. 23: Falkland Islands, Argentina

No. 24: Aberdeen, SCOTLAND

No. 25: Golfo Paradiso, ITALY

No. 26: Dessau, GERMANY

No. 27: Tunis

No. 28: Gambia

No. 29: Northern Rivers NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA

No. 30: Frisian Islands NETHERLANDS/GERMANY/DENMARK

No. 31: New York City

No. 32: Chongli, CHINA

No. 33: Orcas Island, WASHINGTON

No. 34: Uzbekistan

No. 35: Vestlandet, NORWAY

No. 36: Lyon, FRANCE

No. 37: Doha, QATAR

No. 38: Batumi, GEORGIA

No. 39: Marseille, FRANCE

No. 40: Wyoming

No. 41: Los Angeles

No. 42: Dakar, SENEGAL

No. 43: Perth, AUSTRALIA

No. 44: Hong Kong

No. 45: Iran: Tourism cautiously returns to this Middle East jewel

No. 46: Houston

No. 47: Columbus, OHIO

No. 48: Plovdiv, BULGARIA

No. 49: Vevey, SWITZERLAND

No. 50: Cádiz, SPAIN

No. 51: The Elqui Valley, CHILE

No. 52: The Islands of Tahiti

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/travel/places-to-visit.html

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Photo Date: Dec 26 2018

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Photo Date: Dec 30 2018

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Photo Date: Dec 24 2018

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Australia’s largest engineered timber commercial building has opened in Brisbane, designed by Bates Smart. At 10 stories, and 45 meters in height, the “25 King” open plan office complex is the tallest timber structure in Australia, and “establishes new frontiers in the design of commercial buildings.

The scheme’s aesthetic is centered on the goal of “bringing a clear expression of its exposed timber structure to the building’s transparent envelope and promoting a warmer, more natural workplace environment of the future.”

The structure features a hybrid of Glulam (glued laminated timber) and CLT (cross laminated timber) elements, reflecting Bates Smart’s research into engineered timber technology to meet modern-day and future demands for function and sustainability. The departure from steel and concrete as primary structural elements results in a significantly lower carbon footprint, with sequestered carbon locked within the timber structure.

 

"Each time an engineered timber project completes, architects learn more about CLT’s potential as a new building material and how we can work and innovate with it on all types of buildings. This building marks a genuine commitment to CLT from the industry. It’s exciting to see the ideas take hold and evolve across the globe, and we’re happy to contribute with the lessons we’ve learned on 25 King."

-Philip Vivian, Director, Bates Smart

 

The structure is raised on massive exposed timber v-columns, with a south façade verandah of engineered timber. Nine levels of open-plan office space are serviced via a north-facing core, above a ground floor timber colonnade of public cafes and restaurants. The form of the scheme draws inspiration from the wooden vernacular “Queensander” building type, and historic pavilions in the surrounding Showgrounds district.

The use of exposed CLT slabs internally has eradicated the need for suspended ceiling systems, opening the floorplates to a larger ceiling height, softer surfaces and acoustics, and a warmer atmosphere. Set along a 6 x 8 meter grid determined by the span of the Glulam ceiling beams, the scheme’s columns are arranged to offer an intimate open-plan scale without hampering flexibility.

The scheme’s adherence to sustainable principles has produced dramatic savings, with a 74% reduction in embodied carbon, 46% reduction in energy, 20% weight saving compared to concrete, and a construction period of just 15 months aided by offsite prefabrication.

News via: Bates Smart

Source: https://www.archdaily.com/906495/the-tallest-timber-tower-in-australia-opens-in-brisbane

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Iran is as safe as the UK when it comes to security, according to a new interactive map showing the risk level around the world.

The 2019 Travel Risk Map, launched by global risk experts International SOS in collaboration with Control Risks, shows the danger level in each country and territory based on the current threat posed to travellers by political violence (including terrorism, insurgency, politically motivated unrest and war), social unrest (including sectarian, communal and ethnic violence) and violent and petty crime. 

Factors such as the robustness of the transport infrastructure, the state of industrial relations, the effectiveness of the security and emergency services and the country’s susceptibility to natural disasters are also taken into consideration.

The map lists five categories of risk: insignificant, low, medium, high and extreme.

Very few countries manage to make it into the “insignificant” bracket; in Europe, only Luxembourg, Denmark, Slovenia, Switzerland, Norway, Finland, Iceland and Greenland are put in this category.

The majority of European countries are deemed low risk, including the UK; as are Iran, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, the UAE, Kuwait, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Uzbekistan in the Middle East.

Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand are all low risk too.

“Extreme” risk countries are almost exclusively in Africa and the Middle East, including Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Libya, South Sudan and Somalia.

The map was released in conjunction with the Ipsos MORI Business Resilience Trends Watch 2019 report. The latter shows that a significant number of business decision-makers – 43 per cent – expect travel risks to rise in 2019. 

Although some 47 per cent think risks have increased over the past year, this represents a 16 per cent decrease from 2017, when 63 per cent said risk had increased. 

Alongside the Travel Risk Map, a Medical Risk Map and Road Safety Risk Mapfor 2019 have been launched.

The medical ratings are given by assessing a range of health risks and mitigating factors, including: infectious diseases, environmental factors, the standard and availability of local emergency medical and dental care, access to quality pharmaceutical supplies, the requirement for medical evacuation and cultural, language or administrative barriers.

The UK, along with most of Western and Central Europe, is designated “low” risk status.

Highest security risk countries

  • Syria
  • Yemen
  • Afghanistan
  • Iraq
  • Libya
  • Mali
  • Central African Republic
  • South Sudan
  • Somalia
  • The Gaza Strip
  • Part of Egypt
  • Part of eastern Nigeria
  • Part of eastern Ukraine

Lowest security risk countries

  • Luxembourg 
  • Switzerland
  • Slovenia
  • Norway (including Svalbard)
  • Denmark (including the Faroe Islands)
  • Finland
  • Greenland
  • Iceland
  • Seychelles
  • Cape Verde

Source:

https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/travel-risk-map-2019-worlds-safest-dangerous-countries-to-visit-iran-uk-slovenia-denmark-a8644646.html

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The Qajar-era building called the Zolfaghari Mansion (Emarat Zolfaghari) is seen in this March 5, 2018, photo in the Province of Zanjan in northwestern Iran.

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