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As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, the question of whether to travel, and where it’s safe to go, has become increasingly complicated. Experts say you need to stay informed. Here, their advice on some of the most pressing questions facing people who might be considering traveling.
An online campaign has been launched in Iran to protect handicrafts as fears of corona virus outbreak have left shops and stores empty countrywide.
The UNESCO-listed Mausoleum of Oljaytu, which is commonly known as “Dome of Soltaniyeh” (Soltaniyeh Cupola), is one of Iran’s must-visit destinations for those interested in traditional Persian and genuine Islamic architecture.
China’s ambassador to Iran has censured U.S. President Donald Trump for threatening to launch attacks on Iran’s cultural sites, saying the Iranian cultural heritage belongs to the entire global community.
News (October 17, 2019 | 10:36:40)
News (October 17, 2019 | 10:36:40)
When you think about Iran, chances are the things that come to mind are negative. However, once you open your mind to experiences and go to the country, you’ll realize it’s not what it seems.
Earlier in September the World Economic Forum (WEF) ranked Iran first in the world as a pocket-friendly destination.
Dar ul-Funun has partly been restored with the aim of making it into a museum on education. Its courtyard houses an atmospheric garden that is hemmed by walls featuring Persian poetry inscribed on decorative tiles.
Persian architecture has a long and complex history. The Elamite, Achaemenian, Hellenistic, and other pre-Islamic dynasties left striking stone testaments to their greatness, such as Choqa Zanbil and Persepolis both designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1979.
Gilan province is to hold a summer festival, which turns the spotlight on rural heritage, traditions, arts and architecture in the northern province.
An Iranian troupe of high school students took a tragedy on the U.S. nuclear attack on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on stage in Tehran on Sunday. Ahmad Beigi is the director of the play “Japanese Fishermen” written by German writer Wolfgang Weyrauch ...
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