Mazandaran Province is located along the southern coast of the Caspian Sea and in the adjacent Central Alborz mountain range, in central-northern Iran.
Mazandaran Province is one of the most densely populated provinces in Iran and has diverse natural resources, notably large reservoirs of oil and natural gas. The province’s four largest counties are Sari, Amol, Nur, and Tonekabon. It was founded in 1937.
Ramsar is the last city in west of Mazandaran. It is also called the bride of Northern cities of Iran because of it’s beautiful nature and the development it had during Pahlavi dynasty. Ramsar hotel, Caspian watch museum and the highest natural background radiation on Earth are some of the reasons that makes this city the most popular city of northern Iran.
Kandelous is a small village in Zanus, located in Mazandaran province. Bearing 4 thousand years of history, the village is one of the first and most ancient settlements of man in the north of Iran. You can find 8500 known species of plants in this small village.