The annual flower harvesting season in Meymand paints a picturesque scene, where locals gather to reap the rewards of a year's labor in the enchanting flower fields.

Iran (IMNA) - As the Golabgiri (making Rosewater) season kicked off on April 27th, marking "Meymand Day" in the national events calendar, the city has come alive with the vibrant celebration of the Flower and Golabgiri festival. This month-long event showcases the rich cultural heritage and the essence of community spirit that defines Meymand's identity.

During this festive period, visitors are treated to a sensory feast as they witness the meticulous process of rose water production, a tradition deeply rooted in the city's history. The festival offers a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the sights, sounds, and aromas of Meymand's flourishing rose fields, where the air is filled with the sweet fragrance of freshly harvested roses.

As Meymand opens its doors to visitors from near and far, the city's rich cultural tapestry and the legacy of rose water production take center stage, inviting all to partake in the beauty and splendor of this annual celebration. The Meymand Flower and Golabgiri festival not only honors the city's heritage but also serves as a testament to the enduring spirit of community and tradition that defines Meymand as a beacon of cultural significance in Iran.

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