Qazvin is the capital of Qazvin province and is one of the industrial cities in the west side of Tehran. documents show that the construction of this city is attributed to Shapur I. Archeological excavations in the region indicate that the beginning of the sedentary in Qazvin reaches the seventh millennium BC. Temples, sculptures, cereal caches and industrial garages, as well as residential residences, show this ancient civilization. The city of Qazvin has been specially positioned as a crossroads of Tabarestan and the Caspian Sea. Qazvin has long been the place of calligraphers such as Mir Emad Qazvini, which has therefore named Qazvin as the capital of Iran's calligraphy. Qazvin is considered to be the Iran largest industrial poles. Qazvin was the capital of Iran during the reign of Safavid, which accounts for 21% of the country's national historical monuments with a large number of historic sites and museums. Qazvin is attracting tourists every year due to its historic attractions and surrounding gardens, its transit location and its proximity to one of the most exclusive attractions of the Qazvin province called Alamut Castle. Qazvin Due to its location on the slopes of Alborz, the winters of this city are relatively cold and snowy. Qazvin is moderate and relatively cool in summer. But the best season for traveling to this area is the spring season and the months of May, when the plains and hills of this province are so green that you will have an amazing view in front of your eyes. Farsi is a common language among the general population of Qazvin. People of this city are originally Persian. After Persian, the Azari and Tati languages are native to Qazvin and have many speakers and most of the villages of Ghazvin plain are Azari. Since the city is one of the most resilient cities like Tehran and Karaj, some residents of the city who have emigrated to Qazvin speak different languages. Here we get you familiar with the attractions of Qazvin and its beauties.