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Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
This National Museum also known as "Iran Bastan Museum" (Museum of Ancient Iran), covers an area of 2,744 sq. m. and is the first scientific museum of Iran which exhibits relics from the 6th millennium BC till the Islamic era. It was constructed in ...
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
It's a treasure in the heart of Tehran's old city center and the building itself is worth visiting. Located in a pedestrian area, it can be a part of a day trip full of fun and new discoveries. The museum itself can be very interesting for art and history lovers, and anyone who cares about the cultural heritage of Iran and Persian Empire.
Tourist Attraction in Shiraz (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shiraz (city)
Atigh Jameh mosque (Atiq Mosque) the oldest mosque of Shiraz was built in celebration of the conquest of Shiraz by Saffarid Amroleiss in the year 276 AH and was completed in 281 AH. It has been restored many times. The height of the building and its ...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
The Fire Temple of Isfahan (Atashgah-e Esfahan) is a Sassanid era archaeological complex located on a hill of the same name (Atashgaah) about 8km west of city center of Isfahan.
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Yalda Night (Shab-e Chelleh) means "Night of Birth" is Persian winter event which is commemorated on or around December 20 or 21 each year.
Nowruz, the celebration of Iranian New Year, starts on March 20 and is considered the most important holiday in Iran.
Sizdah bedar or Sizdah Be-Dar (also known as Nature’s Day) literally means to spend the thirteen outdoor, is the thirteenth day of New Year which is also the last day of Persian New Year holiday.
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
One of the elegant and magnificent monuments that has remained from Qajar period in Kermanshah. This building is famous for its unique tiles. The Tekyeh Moaven al-Molk ordered by Hussain Khan, known as Moin al-Roaya and three brothers helped build the building.
News (November 17, 2021 | 13:54:02)
News (November 17, 2021 | 13:54:02)
In southwest Iran is situated Susa, a captivating UNESCO-listed archaeological site occupying the whole southern flank of modern Shush. Originally similar in scale to the UNESCO-designated Persepolis, the city saw countless invasions and sackings during its history which spans almost 6000 years.
News (September 17, 2021 | 20:19:22)
News (September 17, 2021 | 20:19:22)
History on the usage of copper is best understood when studied under the three stages of its use throughout human life namely, the Chalcolithic or Copper Age, Bronze Age, and the ancient times. And some anthropologists believe copper to be the first ...
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