Iran Persian Gulf island of Qeshm in the Strait of Hormuz stands as one of the pillars of Iran's shrimp production.
The various Persian patterns and motifs have been used from the earliest Islamic period to decorate architecture and objects. The Persian carpet stands out by the variety and elaborateness of its multiple designs.
Pastries, cookies, and sweets have always been an essential part of the Iranian culture so much that hosting guests without them seems next to impossible.
Wood carving, or in Persian “Monabbat” is one of the ancient Persian arts with figures carved in impressive fashions.
Tea is one of the most important cornerstones of Iranian culture which is served in various parts of the day. The first drink which is offered in Iranian reception is usually tea with Persian pronunciation of “Chai”, or “Cha-ee”.