Golestan (IP) - Jahan Nama Protected Area is the second-largest protected area in Golestan Province in northeastern Iran. Jahan Nama Protected Area covers an area of almost 4,000 hectares and contains archeological sites, traditional summer villages, as well as a wide range of wildlife and habitats.

Iran PressIran News:  Jahan Nama is home to various species such as panther, wolf, wild goat, wild sheep, bear, owl, porcupine, and weasel. 

While the coronavirus pandemic has forced most of the tourist places around the world, including Iran, to shut down, you can experience a virtual tour of the place by following the Iran Press.


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