Discovery Channel introduces Iran tourism’s capacities

Ankara, Nov 19, IRNA – The Discovery Channel Magazine has released an article penned by Turk researcher and writer Ismail Güzelsoy on his observations of Iran.
  The Turk researcher had attended the 81st Advanced Persian-language courses, held in Iran by the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization and the Foundation of Saadi. The classes were attended by 240 Persian-language and literature students and professors from all over the world.

The advanced courses are held every summer in Iran. The 2014 edition was held in Qazvin’s Imam Khomeini International University in August, the cultural attaché of Iran consulate in Istanbul reported on Tuesday.

The sessions were attended by students and professors of different countries namely Turkey, Germany, India, Egypt, Armenia, Georgia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Korea and etc.

Ismail Güzelsoy, a student of Persian-language courses in Istanbul, published a pictorial-analytic report of his memories and observations of Iran on his return back home after attending the advanced courses. The work was released in the Discovery Channel Magazine.

Güzelsoy, a Turk researcher and writer, has been a tourist guide for almost 16 years. His report on Iran tells of his experiences as a guide, documentarian and writer.

The report is released in 12 pages in the magazine which is one the most credible works in the field of tourism.



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