After the wave of migration of Afghans in the mid-60s in 1373, “Guesthouse” was established near the border between Iran and Afghanistan and in the Torbat Jam city. The first immigrant houses were the Red Crescent tents until the host city changed in 1378. The “guest house” of Torbat is a camp near the city, where more than 4,000 Afghan refugees live. Senior seniors of the hospitable city say: “Imam (ra) said that Islam has no borders, and we fled the war and came to Iran,” the officials said. The camp consists of 928 houses measuring 26 and 44 meters, built between 1999 and 1380. It has a capacity to accommodate 15,000 refugees. The hostel is home to its residents, and two sewing and manufacturing workshops for young girls and boys have created employment in this camp. The city’s guest is receiving a monthly subsidy from the High Commissioner Refugees in Iran and receiving food packages do not care much about livelihoods. That’s why those who are less motivated to succeed stay in the city for many years to come. Nevertheless, many families can be found in a guesthouse where several sons or daughters have left the camp and live in other cities of Iran or even other countries. Children have their own city, school, playground and everyday activities. Less childhood can be found inside the house, and not seen in the children’s hands at the camp of the tablet and mobile phones. The city is a small camp that has its own world, a camp that was not supposed to be a permanent place of living, but the Afghan people have changed with this small town. .