Khalid Nabi Cemetery: Sex Organ Tombstones August 6th 2017 In Golestan Province, located in northeastern Iran close to the border of Turkmenistan, an intriguing cemetery exists called Khalid Nabi where tombstones are made to look like male and female sex organs. This area is dated prior to the arrival of Islam and has survived nearly untouched due to being in a remote area.
From the city of Gorgan in Golestan province, the route to Khalid Nabi is ver ... read more
Middle East » Iran » North Known as Persia until 1935, Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979 after the ruling monarchy was overthrown and the shah was forced into exile. Conservative clerical forces established a theocratic system of government with ultimate political author... ... read more
Although I'm new to blogging, I've been a world traveler since I was born. My parents left Iran right before the Islamic Revolution and settled in the US. I've only visited my parents native homeland on 4 occasions and I'm beginning to document my exploration. They call me the Persian Marco Polo. My trips are usually off the beaten path to remote places. I look for hidden gems and then share my travel blog for the world to see. ... full info