Kermanshah Province is a mountainous region that lies between the Iranian plateau and the Mesopotamia plain and is surrounded by peaks and highlands of the Zagros Mountains. Within the Kermanshah province, it emerged as a series of parallel mountains, with highlands formed among them, and the bedrock Has created important Zagros crossings. Kermanshah is one of the oldest cities in Iran. Today is a popular destination for tourists. The ancient and historic city of Kermanshah is the most populous city in the central region of western Iran. Kermanshah is also the largest Kurdish city in Iran and has a high rank in history, culture and art in the country. Kermanshah is the city that welcomes all tourists and they all love this city and they all claim that they enjoy the sightseeing in this city, especially walking in its streets. Kermanshah province is exposed to Mediterranean wetlands, which, in contact with the Zagros heights, causes snow and rain and creates several types of weather. The land of Kermanshah contains some of the most important and most valuable inscriptions in Iran, and the history of this land goes back to centuries before history. However, the antiquity of Kermanshah goes to the fourth century AD (200 years before Islam came to Iran). Kermanshah was once chosen as the capital of Sassanid during the subsequent years and was always one of the most important cities of Iran, especially in controlling the western borders of the country. What is still going on is considered one of the most important border towns in Iran. Next to this, Kermanshah is famous for local and traditional music, unique souvenirs and specialties, great cuisine, religious diversity and warmth, and the innumerable hospitality of its people. Here you can find out about Kermanshah famous attractions and all useful information you may need for visiting this city and its attractions and also Kermanshah people and culture.