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  • Valuable Hebrew inscriptions discovered

    Valuable Hebrew inscriptions discovered

    The head of the cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts department of Falavarjan County, announced the discovery of historical stone inscriptions dating back more than a thousand years that were stolen from the tomb of Serach bat Asher who was the daughter of Asher, the son of Jacob.

  • Isfahan member of 9 international networks

    Isfahan member of 9 international networks

    Referring to the interaction of the municipality with the subordinate departments to beat the coronavirus, the mayor of Isfahan said, "cooperation of all municipal districts and subdivisions has been remarkable in curtailing the spread of the coronavirus, and certainly if sweepers and green space workers were not involved, we would not have witnessed the pandemic getting improved."

  • Face mask paintings depict Shahnameh character fighting corona monster

    Face mask paintings depict Shahnameh character fighting corona monster

    Ferdowsi’s masterpiece Shahnameh and its seven adventures have been the source of inspiration for Iranian graphic designer Yazdan Saadi’s new collection of paintings on face masks, which depict the mythical Iranian hero Rustam fighting coronavirus monsters.

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  • Hand-woven Persian carpets to be sold online

    Hand-woven Persian carpets to be sold online

    Referring to the rapid and unprecedented escalation in unemployment rate of many carpet weavers during the coronavirus pandemic, the general director of Iran’s national union for handmade carpet weavers’ cooperatives said "By launching a comprehensive online system for handmade carpets, it is possible to sell them through internet while providing educational and insurance services as well as required licenses.

  • Timcheh Mozaffariyeh; Jewel of Tabriz Grand Bazaar

    Timcheh Mozaffariyeh; Jewel of Tabriz Grand Bazaar

    The Grand Bazaar of Tabriz is recognized as the largest roofed bazaar in the world. In 2010, the UNESCO declared Tabriz Bazaar as a World Heritage Site.

  • Top photographers of the week

    Top photographers of the week

    From touring Acropolis during the pandemic to rescue survivors of Friday's plane crash in the Pakistani city of Karachi‌‌‌‌‌‌‌, lets see what happened this week. ‌‌‌‌‌

  • Iranian oil tanker berthed at Venezuela's port ignoring US warnings

    Iranian oil tanker berthed at Venezuela's port ignoring US warnings

    First Iranian oil tanker berthed at Venezuela's El Palito port, TankerTrackers.com- an online service which tracks shipments in different geographical areas- reported on Monday.

  • Happy Eid al-Fitr

    Happy Eid al-Fitr

    For Muslims across the world, who follow the lunar calendar, the fasting month of Ramadan ends at the beginning of Shawwal with sighting of the crescent moon in the sky. The Iranians are celebrating the Eid Al-Fitr today as the new moon has been sighted in the country.

  • Things to Know Before Travelling to Iran

    Things to Know Before Travelling to Iran

    Traveling to Iran for the first time can be a combination of excitement (because you’ve seen amazing things on social media) and nerves (because you just can’t shake those old headlines or news videos).

  • Optimization of energy fully realized in Isfahan municipality

    Optimization of energy fully realized in Isfahan municipality

    Isfahan's deputy mayor for urban services said that 171 projects pertaining to energy efficiency are being implemented in 15 municipal districts, adding that the optimal, effective and efficient use of all capacities, resources and manpower will increase productivity in the assigned tasks.