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  • Iran's Rasht never fails to impress

    Iran's Rasht never fails to impress

    Enchanting, lovely, and captivating are just a few words to describe Rasht. The diverse city is saturated with picturesque landscapes and rich history. It’s easy to fall in love with this charming city!

  • Demonstration of pure love to Imam Hussein in pictures

    Demonstration of pure love to Imam Hussein in pictures

    Millions of Iranian Shia pilgrims made a religious trek from the southern borders of the country to the holy city of Karbala to mark the end of a 40-day mourning period that commemorates the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

  • "Avaye Doost", Complete Iranian Radif Album Performed by Maestro Yaghoub Anoush

    "Avaye Doost", Complete Iranian Radif Album Performed by Maestro Yaghoub Anoush

    The upcoming album "Avaye Doost" (Sound of the Friend) is a comprehensive collection of authentic Iranian radif music performed by maestro violinist Yaghoub Anoush, in seven dastgahs, and it is produced by Kourosh Anoosh, the Iranian and international singer of the Swiss National Orchestra.

  • Isfahan's mayor becomes Secretary of World Handicrafts City office

    Isfahan's mayor becomes Secretary of World Handicrafts City office

    The Mayor of Isfahan has been appointed as the Secretary of the "World Handicrafts City" office by Isfahan's Supreme Council of the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicraft Organization.

  • Arbaeen walk; symbol of devotion to Imam Hussein

    Arbaeen walk; symbol of devotion to Imam Hussein

    At Iran's multiple border crossings with Iraq, a terrific number of pilgrims surge forward to one of the biggest religious pilgrimages on the planet.

  • Hamed Soleimanzadeh Joins 2023 Golden Globe Awards Jury

    Hamed Soleimanzadeh Joins 2023 Golden Globe Awards Jury

    Hamed Soleimanzadeh, an Iranian critic, researcher, instructor, and filmmaker, has been appointed as a jury member of 2023 Golden Globe Awards.

  • Swing of art on gravestones

    Swing of art on gravestones

    Pine trees are the only living creatures that dance in the breeze among the headstones of the historical Armenian cemetery in Isfahan. Across the graveyard, granite and slate tablets inscribed with names and dates mark the last home of some hundred interred and memorialize the resting places of loved ones.