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The ruined Gabri fort, which is said to date from Sassanid era, will be turned into an outdoor museum, an official with the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization said on Tuesday.
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.
Si-e Tir, a historical stone-paved one-way street in downtown Tehran, has been designated as an accessible tourism destination for all people.
Bastam and Kharghan are two famous towns on the rim of the desert where celebrated Iranian mystics are born. The desert area of Iran combines nature with mysticism. Throughout history, prominent mystics and scholars were born in the desert and arid regions of Iran. Each of the mystics played an important role in disseminating and developing mysticism in Iran and across the world.
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 (October 14, 2018 | 10:00:24)
News (October 14, 2018 | 10:00:24)
Maymand is a very ancient village which is located near Shahr-e Babak city in Kerman Province.
Yazd fire temple (Atashkadeh), also known as Bahram fire temple, is a sacred site among Iranian Zoroastrians (followers of Prophet Zoroaster) located in Yazd.
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.
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
The said building is near the mausoleum of Khak Faraj. In the midst of this structure is a well with a hillock on it. There are two theories related to this vicinity. The first is that the Hajar-ol-Asvad (or the black stone) in Mecca, was transferred ...
Tourist Attraction in Arak (city)
Tourist Attraction in Arak (city)
This cave is 35 km. to the south west of Arak. From ancient times this cave was a sacred and pilgrimage site for the Zoroastrians and annually many Zoroastrians from all over the country as well as India visit this cave for pilgrimage. On the walls of ...
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