A brief look at Shirvan city
Shirvandan during the time of the Parthians is among their territories, and the presence of Zoroastrian graves and historical works in different parts of the Shirvan area not only helps to recognize the historical events of Shirvan in prehistoric history, but also reveals the importance of the city at that time. The most important handicrafts of the Shirvan people are carpets, horseshoes, rug, gliam, jajim weaving, fringe, duvet covers, knitted gloves, socks, shallengron, hats, lapels, chokha, chokha, bath bags, korgjin and jullah. Weaving carpets, and Baffi carpets and Khershk are also popular among the people of this city. Woven garments are offered more with Mashhad carpet designs and bergamot roles. Hats or skulls are hemispherical, and rocks are arranged with silk on an occasional and interesting look. Swords, pins, dwarfs and woolen flowers are offered. Glim is also said in Shirvan Plagay that its texture is flowing through horizontal workshops and on the ground, due to the boom of the carpet weaving. In Shirvan, professional musicians are part of the band. These local musicians usually sit at the top of the parliament, and as a prelude they should read a poem written by the famous Turkish language poet (Nawai). Gourmouth and Promenade are two famous local food in Shirvan
Famous and Historic Places
The historical and spectacular places of Shirvan city are the tomb of Babi Hanifeh, the Timurid monastery in 6 km Shirvan, the shrine of Imam Yahya Imam Zadeh Hamzeh in 6 km northwest Shirvan, Imamzadeh Mohammad Reza, Taymuri Tower and Barrage, Southwest of the present city Shirvan, the hill (castle) Secrets, Ziart hill, Masurra Shirvan hill, Hassan Haj Akhond, Shahrepishin, Potein Daoz Cave, Kafir Cave, Ghezelzarqla Zaydar, Ghezelrghlahe Zavar, Ghezelrghala Oghar, Ghezelrgholeh Tafazan, Customs Tape and Gebharkhan.