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  • Historical Armenian Cemetery in Isfahan

    Historical Armenian Cemetery in Isfahan

    The Armenian cemetery in Isfahan, lying to the south of the city between the Armenian suburb of New Julfa and the high hill known as Sofe Mountain, was granted to the minority community of Armenians by Shah Abbas the Great.

  • Australia’s Bushfire; Wildlife Killer

    Australia’s Bushfire; Wildlife Killer

    Months of massive drought and record- breaking temperatures causing a series of huge wildfires across Australia. This bushfire which sparked in September 2019 has become as a major threat for wildlife.

  • Happy Chinese New Year

    Happy Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year is celebrated by more than 20% of the world; It’s the most important holiday in China and to Chinese people all over the world.

  • Iran, Turkey to strength economic ties

    Iran, Turkey to strength economic ties

    Speaking at a conference organized by the International Interaction Centre of the Iranian Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology , Sorena Sattari  said, "Turkey is the gateway for Iranian companies performing exports. The close relations and numerous meetings of Turkish and Iranian presidents, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hassan Rouhani, throughout the year indicate high levels of political participation. However, economic relation with Turkey has not reached the desired level and it is away from the object of carrying 30 billion dollars trade volume." 

  • Steel wetland home to migratory birds

    Steel wetland home to migratory birds

    Steel Wetland is one of the natural attractions in Guilan province, located 2 kilometers away from Astara County, near the village of Abbas Abad and along the road of Rasht to Astara.

  • Palace of Ardashir-e Babakan

    Palace of Ardashir-e Babakan

    The palace of the founder of the Sassanian Empire, Ardashir-e Babakan also known as Atash-Kadeh was constructed in Fars Province, in 224 AD by Ardashir I.

  • Isfahan breathes new life into flood wrecked Sistan

    Isfahan breathes new life into flood wrecked Sistan

    "Flash floods in Sistan and Baluchistan have caused extensive damage and destruction to the local farms and garden lands. The torrential flood has wiped out roads and destroyed infrastructure, livestock, agriculture and livelihoods; fortunately, death tolls was not high." Qodratollah Norouzi said as he toured flood stricken areas in Iran's Sistan and Baluchistan province