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News (April 23, 2019 | 13:01:34)
News (April 23, 2019 | 13:01:34)
About 7.8 million tourists traveled to Iran during the last Iranian year, ended on March 20, 2019, to register a 52.5 percent growth compared with last year’s corresponding period which was 5.1 million tourists, said the deputy head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization.
News (March 26, 2019 | 14:18:47)
News (March 26, 2019 | 14:18:47)
The countries celebrating Norouz in a different act held a food festival in the United Nations.
Registered as a national heritage, Shapouri House is an early 20th-century house in Shiraz, southern Iran, built in the early years of Pahlavi dynasty (1925-1979). Designed and built by Abol Qasem Mohandesi between 1930 and 1935, its owner was Abdol Shahab Shapouri, a wealthy Iranian merchant.
Official: Over six million foreign tourists visited Iran in nine months
Persian miniature was registered on the National Intangible Cultural Heritage list as several artists, including miniature master Mahmud Farshchian, were added to the list as Living Human Treasures, the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization announced on Wednesday.
News (January 23, 2019 | 11:04:07)
News (January 23, 2019 | 11:04:07)
One needs to explore the cultural-natural landscape of Ramsar in northern Iran to discover the richness of this city.
The discovery of columns with acrography, plaster floor with brick carpeting, triplet brick columns, the pulpit of the mosque and so on are part of the archeological findings in the research plan in the historical Sangbast site in Fariman, Khorasan Razavi ...
Tehran’s Vali-e Asr Street has been registered on UNESCO’s temporary list of global heritage, according to Tehran mayor.
News (December 21, 2018 | 10:21:48)
News (December 21, 2018 | 10:21:48)
On the eve of the first day of winter, the winter solstice, sometime between December 21 and 22, a Persian nocturnal celebration will be celebrated in Iran. It is commonly known as 'Yalda' (Night of Birth), or 'Shab-e Chelle', for 'chelle' meaning 40, and Yalda celebration takes place 40 days prior to the Zoroastrian fire festival of Sadeh, according to the Circle of Ancient Iranian Studies.
News (December 9, 2018 | 18:55:48)
News (December 9, 2018 | 18:55:48)
Damghan is one of the ancient cities of Iran which is still standing and inhabited. Here we introduce the ancient part and historical texture of Damghan and its highlights
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