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Iran’s Architecture in Panorama
Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Architecture in Greater Iran has a continuous history from at least 5000 BCE to the present, with characteristic examples distributed over a vast area from Syria to North India and the borders of China, from the Caucasus to Zanzibar.

Foreign Tourists in Iran
Monday, September 1, 2014

Iran, Persia, Pars, you have heard them all, a country as old as the history itself and as beautiful as eyes can perceive. Here you can visit glorious ancient structures like Persepolis, you can visit most amazing natural beauties like Harra mangroves, you can climb high mountains like Alborz, or just have a cup of tea in Hāfiz Garden, you can swim in the Caspian Sea, or if you want to swim in winter season why not do that in Kish Island, where you can do your shopping too. In Iran you will experience different cultures and religions, with a hospitability you have never seen before.

Iranian Hand-Woven Carpet Exhibition 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014

The 23rd edition of Iranian Hand-woven Carpet Exhibition has been mounted during an opening ceremony held in the capital city of Tehran.

Iranian Antiques in British Museum
Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The British Museum in London is one of the most famous museums of the world housing Persian artifacts. In fact, many Persian relics are kept in international museums. Most of these were looted from Iran due to the negligence of past rulers, reported.

Tirgan: The Festival of Rain
Friday, July 4, 2014

Tiregan also known as Jashn-e Tiregan (The feast of Tiregan) is an ancient Iranian festival coinciding with the mid summer festivals.

Āmeri House: First Five Stars Hotel in Kashan
Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Firouzeh Mirrazavi
After 15 years of revival and restoration Āmeri Mansion in Kashan, Iran, has been converted  into a hotel, restaurant and cafeteria for tourists from Iran and all over the world.

Photo Exhibit Highlights Iranian Victims of Chemical Warfare
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

A collection of photos displaying the civilian victims of the Iraqi chemical attack on the Iranian town of Sardasht during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war was put on display in an exhibition at Qom’s Eshraq Cultural Center in Iran on Sunday 22nd June 2014.

UNESCO World Heritage Registers Iran’s Burnt City
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has registered Iran’s Burnt city as a new Iranian entry on its World Heritage List.

Shahnameh Centre for Persian Studies
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

On Saturday, May 24th, Global philanthropist Bita Daryabari and speakers from around the globe gathered to celebrate the official opening of the Shahnama Centre for Persian Studies at Pembroke College in Cambridge, England.  (Pembroke College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, England.)

Most Amazing Iranian Feats of Architecture
Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The third day of the Iranian calendar month of Ordibehesht (April 23, 2014), has been designated as the national Architect’s Day. Throughout their history, Iranians have combined their art and creativity with architecture and through long years, they have built edifices which are currently considered as feats of architecture in the world. Iranian architects have designed such magnificent buildings that even now, after the lapse of hundreds of years, they are still amazing and beautiful and have not lost the luster that they had at the beginning of their construction.

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