International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

Today:Friday, 19 January 2018

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

IFMAF

International Federation of Martial Arts Festival

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Kish Island

Kish Island
Kish is a 91.5-square-kilometre (35.3 sq mi) resort island in the Persian Gulf. It is part of the Hormozgan Province of Iran. Due to its free trade zone status it is touted as a consumer's paradise, with numerous malls, shopping centers, tourist attractions, and resort hotels. It has an estimated population of 20,000 residents and about 1 million people who visit the island annually. Kish Island was ranked among the world’s 10 most beautiful islands by The New York Times in 2010. Foreign nationals wishing to enter Kish Free Zone from legal ports are not required to obtain visas prior to travel. Valid travel permits are stamped for 14 days by airport and Kish port police officials. Though being a very small island, there are many attractions around the island that make it a tourist-oriented place. One of the spot that draws many visitors is the Greek Ship stranded near to its shores. To this day, it is not clear how the ship got stranded. It is said by the locals that the sailors who boarded the ship have tried many unsuccessful attempts to re-float it, but eventually had to abandon it. They burned down the ship while they left and all what is left is the steel structure. Another attraction is the underground ancient aqueduct also called the 'Underground City' which is partially open for tourists. The underground aqueduct was built around 1000 years ago for transportation and water supply across the different parts of the island. ( Website : www.kish.ir )