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UNESCO on Friday designated Iran’s vast Hyrcanian Forest as a World Heritage site, making it the second such Iranian natural site after Lut Desert, which was granted the tag in 2016.
News (June 26, 2019 | 10:35:11)
News (June 26, 2019 | 10:35:11)
For millennia, Iranian gardens have combined the beauty of nature with the aesthetic qualities of art and architecture to create a symbolic representation of paradise on Earth.
The mesmerizing Safavid architecture and world heritage sites have made Isfahan province a popular destination for both Iranian and international holidaymakers.
Historic bazaar of Tabriz in Iran’s East Azarbaijan province could sustain a blaze, which erupted around 10 p.m. on Wednesday, a fortune that provincial tourism chief attributes to rounds of previous restoration work on the UNESCO-tagged marketplace.
The University of Birjand in South Khorasan Province is hosting the first international conference on tourism in Lut Desert in eastern Iran, which is a UNESCO-inscribed and the world's 27th-largest desert.
Tehran’s Vali-e Asr Street has been registered on UNESCO’s temporary list of global heritage, according to Tehran mayor.
News (August 8, 2018 | 10:02:35)
News (August 8, 2018 | 10:02:35)
A refurbishment project has been recently completed on the World Heritage base of Iran’s UNESCO-registered Lut Desert in a bid to encourage tourism
UNESCO on Saturday added eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to its World Heritage List, the UN agency announced at a meeting in the Bahraini capital.
Tourist Attraction in Varamin (city)
Tourist Attraction in Varamin (city)
This castle is located to the north-east of Varamin and near Ja'far Abad village. This rectangular structure is made of mud and sun baked bricks. The height of walls are 12 m. Around this village there are trenches with 100 m. intervals. Its an ...
Tourist Attraction in Abadeh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Abadeh (city)
the ruins of Izadkhast ancient castle are at a distance of 141 km from Esfahan. In this castle small houses and narrow alleys dating back to the Sassanian period can still be distinguished. The sqaure building which in the Sassanian era was supposed ...
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