Shiraz is one of the Iran's five largest cities located in Fars province.
Shiraz used to be the Capital of Iran during Safarian, Buyids, and Zandieh dynasties.
Shiraz is the city of sophistication that has been celebrated as the heartland of Persian culture for more than 2000 years. Known as the Dar-ol-Elm (House of Learning), the City of Roses, City of Love and City of Gardens, Shiraz has become synonymous with education, nightingales, and poetry.
This city is situated at the southeast of Iran and is the capital city of Fars province, with a population of about 2/500/000. Shiraz is mild in spring and hot in the summer. The autumns in Shiraz are not too cold; however, the winters tend to be quite cold.