Located near Alborz and Tehran provinces, Qazvin province is mainly identified with Alamut Castle, Chehel Sotoun, and Caravanserai of Sa'd al-Saltaneh.
Qom province located in the south of the capital Tehran, almost in the center of Iran is mainly known as a religious and pilgrimage destination because of the holy shrine of Fatima Masumeh.
Semnan province situated near the capital city of Tehran, in the central region of Iran is identified mainly with Hesar historical site, Kavir national park, and Bastam Complex.
The province embraces both cultural and natural attractions such as Shahr-e Sukhteh, Lut Desert, Martian Mountain, Mud Bubbles, and Taftan Summit.
Tehran has been the capital of Iran since the Qajar Dynasty (1796-1925), which embraces a large number of museums, palaces, and natural resources.
However, what makes the province more attractive are architectural styles of its clay buildings, introducing it as the second largest clay city in the world according to UNESCO.
Located in the western part of Iran, Zanjan province is mainly identified with Soltaniyeh Dome, Saltmen Museum, Chalabioghlou Mausoleum, and Dashkasan Temple.