Several Iranian libraries and research centers have gained online access to digital copies of the rare manuscripts persevered at the Astan-e Qods Razavi Organization for Libraries, Museums and Archives Centers in Mashhad.
Biglar Beigi Tekyeh is a treasured building in the historical neighborhood of the ancient and beautiful city of Kermanshah in western Iran.
It was built during the Qajar era by Abdollah Khan, who went by the name of Biglar Beigi, is known for its dazzling ...
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.
Iranian museums preserve three million historical and cultural objects, the director of museums and historical properties at Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) said.
A collection of paintings by Nasser Ovissi, a pioneer of the Saqqakhaneh School, a neo-traditional style of art that derives inspiration from Iranian folk art and culture, is on display in an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in the Sadabad Cultural-Historical Complex.
The idea of launching a unique museum has been formed in the minds of the Sarabi brothers since 25 years ago. The eyes of the two, in the old houses of the old villages of Azerbaijan, in the historic market of Tabriz.
The province of West Azarbayjan has two Natural History Museums. One in the University of Orumieh and the other in the Environmental Directorate (regional office of the Department of The Environment). Exhibits of different animals, mammals, birds, reptiles, ...
This palace was constructed by the order of Darius (Dariush) the Achaemenian on the top of Elamite hillocks and is knwon as Dariush (Apadana) palace. The walls of the palace are made of sun baked bricks with a brick worked facade, and the pillars are ...
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