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A number of Iranian startups are offering free interactive virtual tours across the country as its tourism, like many other countries, has gone into partial or complete lock down over the Covid-19 pandemic.
An online campaign has been launched in Iran to protect handicrafts as fears of corona virus outbreak have left shops and stores empty countrywide.
Natives of Qeshm Island, clad in traditional attire, stage a regional performance to celebrate their new fishery year, called Noruz-e Sayyad, July 19, 2019
News (July 2, 2019 | 14:10:55)
News (July 2, 2019 | 14:10:55)
Tirgan (Jashn-e Tirgan) is a time-honored Iranian festival usually observed as a rain festival. Tiragan, along with Nowruz, Yalda Night and Mehregan are amongst feasts widely celebrated in the ancient land.
A Spanish couple, who entered Iran 45 days ago on a cycling tour, say they are eager to transfer old and rich Iranian culture and civilization to their country.
A collection of documents related to the Naqarekhaneh of the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS) will be showcased at the Astan-e Qods Razavi Museum and Library in Mashhad on Tuesday.
Tehran Municipality’s Beautification Organization will decorate 10 different neighborhoods across the capital with a collection of colorful egg-shaped statues to enrich the Nowruz celebration.
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kermanshah (city)
The Niloofar Sarab (wetland) also known as Lake Niloufar (Water Lily) is located about 15 km. northwest of Kermanshah and in THE Kermanshah - Kouzran road at the foot of Mount Komijar. This wetland has a large pool covered with lotus flowers. The same ...
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
Tourist Attraction in Meshgin Shahr (city)
About 100 meters to the east of the main square in Meshkin Shahr (Meshginshahr), this inscription is located in a valley named Dareh Baq Nowruz. On one of the slopes there is an inscription belonging to the Shapour II, the Sassanian. Kohneh-Qaleh inscription ...
The Festival of Fire: An Iranian ancient festival celebrated on the eve of the last Wednesday of the year, before Nowruz Contents, back at least 1700 BCE. Jumping over the fire, Spoon-banging, Fireworks and more.
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