Mazandaran Province is one of the most densely populated provinces in Iran and has diverse natural resources, notably large reservoirs of oil and natural gas. The province’s four largest counties are Sari, Amol, Nur, and Tonekabon It was founded in 1937.
The diverse nature of the province features plains, prairies, forests and rainforest  stretching from the sandy beaches of the Caspian Sea to the rugged and snowcapped Alborz sierra, including Mount Damavand, one of the highest peaks and volcanoes in Asia which at the narrowest point Nowshahr County narrows to 5 miles.
Mazandaran is a major producer of farmed fish, and aquaculture provides an important economic addition to traditional dominance of agriculture. Another important contributor to the economy is the tourism industry, as people from all of Iran enjoy visiting the area. Mazandaran is also a fast-growing centre for biotechnology and civil Engineering.
Tourism and Attractions:
Ramsar is a small coastal city in north of Iran beside the Caspian Sea which has the mountain neighboring it. The image of mountain and the sea, and laying in have astonished many people. This city was once one of the most favorable places for shah and his family in its time.
Which is an important tourist attraction in Ramsar county. It offers beautiful scenery of seemingly infinite green fields, snow-capped mountains, vast dense woods, rolling green hills and picturesque north-Iranian farms and villages. The houses in this area of Iran has unlike many other areas of Iran roofs that are tilted rather than flat.