NayshaburIslamic Republic of Iran

Member of the LHC since 2015

Located on the Silk-Road, Nayshabur is one of the most ancient cities in Iran. Recent archaeological discoveries have shown that Nayshabur participated in trade with the Indus River Valley in Pakistan and part of Mesopotamia in the 3rd millennium BC. The tomb of Omar Khayyám, who was born in Nayshabur in 1048 and is a well-known Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet, is located within Nayshabur.

Nayshabur Municipality