East Azerbaijan Province (Persian: استان آذربایجان شرقی, [Āzarbāijān-e Sharqi]) is located in Iranian Azerbaijan, bordering with Armenia, the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ardabil Province, West Azerbaijan Province, and Zanjan Province. The center of this province is Tabriz.
The Nature has graced Eastern Āzarbāijān with thick vegetation, cool and pleasant summers, colorful autumns and white winters.
Most of the souvenirs of this province are local sweets: Nougat, Qarabiyeh, Carrot Halva, Esco Walnut Halva, Baklava, and Basluq.
Carpet, rug, kilim, traditional print, embroidery, knitting, painting, textile weaving, and silversmithing are the most important handicrafts of this province.
You will understand the joys and pains of these people as you listen to their local Āzarī music. You can also discover the depth of their art when you observe the designs of the region’s hand-woven carpets.
Travel to East Āzarbāijān to be a guest to its friendly residents. They would entertain you with fresh milk and bread. You will also find an opportunity to forget the hectic city life in wonderful forests of Arasbārān, Lake Urumia, and Kandovān and Eshtebīn villages.