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|Bushehr is a port city and the capital of Bushehr province located in the southwest of Iran. This port is located at an altitude of 18 meters above sea level and in the coastal area of the Persian Gulf. Most people in Bushehr speak Persian with a local accent. Today’s port of Bushehr was revived by Nader Shah Afshar in 1736. The place was formerly known as Rishahr. The port of Bushehr has flourished economically due to factors such as fishing, nuclear powerhouse, shipbuilding, and exports from this port.
Bushehr’s name has been registered in books and historical documents under different names such as “Ram Ardeshir“, “Aboshahr“, “Bokht Ardeshir“, “Lian” and “Rishahr“.
Bushehr’s name is attributed to Ardeshir, the Sassanid king. It is said that “Ram Ardeshir” became “Rishahr” over time and it again changed to “Bushehr” during time. In the Achaemenid era, one of the great civilizations in Iran was the Lian civilization, which some mistakenly consider the civilization to be the present city of Bushehr. According to the artifacts discovered in the ancient region of Halileh and Rishahr, the name of this land was Germansica. This port is also mentioned in the ancient monuments of Susa.
Bushehr is a port city along the shores of the Persian Gulf and the capital of Bushehr province. This city is thousands of years old and dates back to the Sassanid era. Beautiful beaches, lush groves and monuments make it a popular destination for tourists to visit. In addition to the sights and beautiful nature of the city, the culture of life and delicious foods are also part of Bushehr’s attractions.
Jashk salt dome is located near the village of Gankhak, 144 km Southeast of Bushehr province, and is one of the largest and most beautiful salt mountains in Iran and the Middle East. The salt waterfalls, salt springs and cauliflower valley is the most amazing part of Jashk dome.
The dome is located in the middle of Jashk mountains, in the Zagros mountain chain. The area of the dome is about 3666 hectares and its height is 1350 meters above sea level.
You can find one or more bazaars in every city of Iran, bazaar is an important element in Iranian cities and also a perfect place to buy all kinds of handicrafts and souvenir from.
Safa bazaar also known as the old bazaar of Bushehr, it was built during Qajar dynasty and the embellishments and architecture is beautiful and spectacular. Safa bazaar is Bushehr’s beating heart of business and economy and you can find all kinds of food, souvenirs and copper accessories in it.
Bushehr’s old bazaar has good lighting and ventilation, and it is built in a way that prevents snow and rain from entering to the bazaar in the cold season, and prevents direct sunlight from entering and warms the shop and the people who come to buy stuff in Summer. There are a total of 250 shops in the old bazaar of Bushehr that are engaged in business. In addition to Muslim businesses, there are several Christian and Jewish businessmen in the market.
Bushehr is one of the country’s port cities, and the presence of a market dedicated to seafood will certainly be quite obvious, visit this bazaar if you were looking for such a place to prepare seafood while visiting this city . Bushehr’s Fish bazaar is a good place to buy all kinds of southern fish and fresh and tasty shrimp, which happens to be very popular. The market is over 50 years old and you can see the crowd of people who are looking for fresh seafood in it from morning till 10 P.M .
Green palm groves are like a jewel on the ring of this province. Dashtestan city and Ab Pakhsh have the largest number of palms in the province. The lush, towering groves at the entrance to the cities have given a very spectacular view to the area, not all the tourists can easily pass this place without stopping for some hours. The presence of water-filled canals on both sides of the entrance to the city of Ab Pakhsh has given a special freshness and vitality to this area so that the travelers can enjoy water and nature together. In addition to their special beauty, these groves have a high variety of dates. In addition to dates, citrus fruits, lemons and pomegranates grow in these groves, they are the most beautiful in Spring.
As Bushehr is a port city, sea food is one of the main ingredients of most local foods you can find in the city. Lakhlakh, Ghalye Meygoo(Shrimp), Sugar and rice, Shrimp and rice, Kobe and Bushehri Gheymeh are the most popular foods you can eat in Bushehr.
The word “Lakhlakh”, comes from the Arabic word “Lakhlakheh, means: good scent. This food originally comes from the Western cities of Persian Gulf and is usually cooked with Sangsar, Hamour and Sorkhou fishes and a mix of rice, onion, garlic, butter and dill comes on the side.
As you know fish and shrimp are the main ingredients of the Southern Bushehri foods, Ghalyeh Meygoo is one of delicious and popular dishes in South of Iran. You cook Shrimp, which is the main ingredient of this dish,with onion, garlic, flour, coriander, spices and tamarind.
Kobe is actually an Arabic food that is cooked in very different ways in Iran. The main ingredient of this food is bulgur. The other ingredients of this dish are: cooked meat, minced wheat, onion, onion, coriander, red lentils, cinnamon, black pepper, lemon juice, chopped walnuts, chopped peanuts, barberry and raisins.
You can eat Kobe with rice or potato, it’s your choice!
Gheymeh is one of the most popular dishes among Iranian foods but the Gheymeh you can find in Bushehr is so different than the ones you eat in other cities of Iran. It tastes sour and salty and the appearance is like soup! You have to squish the meat after you cooked it and add it to other ingredients such as: onion, tomato paste, cobs, potato and other spices.
Sugarc and rice is one of the popular dishes that is served in Bushehr and some other Southern cities in Iran, This dish is served in gatherings, funerals and different ceremonies.This food may not taste nice to everyone because of it’s sweet taste, but along with the Bushehri Gheymeh, which tastes sour and, comes as a suitable combination.