Commemorating the International Day of Tourism 2 : "come enjoy visiting miyaneh"

Commemorating the International Day of Tourism 2 : "come enjoy visiting miyaneh" Miyaneh city lovers on the world tourism day on the 27 September 2014 with cyclists holding that silk road project aims to support the development of local communities neighboring villages with the silk road along the motto of the WTO celebrated this day proudly. Silk road cycling project starting from Torkamanchay city in the west of Miyaneh to the entrance of Miyaneh was held in a rainy condition, by cooperation and team work of fans of cultural heritage, handcrafs and tourism ; and also related governmental organizations in Miyaneh . However, in 2015 by recognition of ' fans of cultural heritage, handcrafs and tourism NGO ' by the Islamic republic of Iran government in Miyaneh city; activities of this NGO for celebration of September 27th will be done every year. NGO for cultural heritage, handcrafs and tourism of Miyaneh congrats world tourism day and is ready to celebrate this important day About miyaneh Miyaneh is situated in a valley, approximately 439 kilometres (273 mi) northwest of Tehran and approximately 187 kilometres (116 mi) southeast of East Azerbaijan's largest city and capital, Tabriz. The original name of the city was Miyana that after the Arab invasion to Iran, it was called Miyanej, and was often referred to as Garmrood. Miyaneh is one of the region's oldest cities and its foundations date back to the pre-Islamic era of Iran and the emergence of the kingdom of Media. The city has been an economic and cultural crossroads for many years History of miyaneh During ancient times, Miyaneh passed through the hands of several dynasties and kingdoms, such as Media, the Achaemenid Empire, and Atropatene, and was home to a tribe called the Sagartians. With the Islamic conquest of Persia in the 7th century, the Median residents were converted and the city of Meyaneh became Muslim. After the arrival of the Seljuk Turks in the 11th century the city became Turkified over several centuries and the language of the city's residents eventually became Turkic. Much of the architecture in the vicinity of Meyaneh was built during the reign of the Mongols (13th-14th centuries), who at one point destroyed the entire city. Many of the residents in Meyaneh fought the Mongols during their invasion of northern Iran. Historical monuments in Meyaneh include the Imamzadeh Esmail tomb, The Maiden Fort, and Tark stone Mosque. Another monument of Meyaneh, Qiz Bridge (Qız Körpüsü), was partly destroyed in December 1946 by communist separatists of the "Democrat Party of Azerbaijan" in a futile attempt to halt the advance of the Imperial Iranian Army. Human Heritage's: Kizil Hauzen Bridg daughterCastle Unknown underground city Stone Mosque crafts: miyaneh's rugs, carpet and sumac Ornamental stones Natural Legacy: qaflankooh bozqoosh aladaqlar A unique crop in miyaneh is apple ( there are 23 type of apple in miyaneh)