Persia once was a land with great unity over the world’s most multi‐national, multi‐lingual, multi‐cultural, multi‐religious, and multi‐ethnic region. Iran is the pilgrimage destination for those who worship Christ, Allah, Moses, or those who are fascinated by rich ancient culture, history, and art. Let’s become the pilgrim and visit the numerous holy sites of ancient Iran for the next 13 days. The tour starts in capital by seeing Tehran’s Christian churches. Fly to Shiraz, the city that raised the greatest Persian poets such as Hafez and Sa’adi and today their mausoleum is the Promised Land for literature lovers. We will visit gorgeous reliefs, impressive gateways, and massive columns of Persepolis (UNESCO heritage) the great Achaemenid legacy and tomb of Cyrus the great the king who was the author of first human rights 20 centuries ago. Then we will go to Yazd the birthplace of Zoroastrianism to visit fire temples and Towers of Silence and Isfahan the masterpiece of Safavid monuments, mosques, churches, and bridges. Then we head to Churches of St. Mary in Lorestan province and then Kurdistan province. We will continue the journey toward the northwestern Iran to visit Takht e Soleiman in Takab and Church of St. Thaddeus both UNESCO heritage sites.