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  • Exquisite Persian art of metal working

    Exquisite Persian art of metal working

    Toreutics is an Iranian field of art which is considered as handicrafts and artistic metalworking. There is no clear history on its background; however, according to some archaeologists and art historians it dates back to the period of Scythians or Sakas who were of nomadic Iranians living in pre-Achaemenid era.

  • Noble city of Yazd; Iran's Dar al-ibada

    Noble city of Yazd; Iran's Dar al-ibada

    Yazd, also spelled Yezd, city, capital of Yazd province, central Iran. The city dates from the 5th century and was described as the “noble city of Yazd” by Marco Polo.

  • 6,317 new COVID-19 cases reported

    6,317 new COVID-19 cases reported

    Iran reported 6,317 new coronavirus cases during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed infections to 1, 305,339, Iranian Health Ministry Spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari announced Wednesday.

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  • Iran's spectacular port city

    Iran's spectacular port city

    Strategically positioned overlooking the Strait of Hormoz and the entrance to the Persian Gulf, Bandar Abbas, known to most Iranians simply as ‘Bandar’, is the capital of Hormozgan province and home to Iran’s busiest port.

  • Exquisite Persian art of metal working

    Exquisite Persian art of metal working

    Toreutics is an Iranian field of art which is considered as handicrafts and artistic metalworking. There is no clear history on its background; however, according to some archaeologists and art historians it dates back to the period of Scythians or Sakas who were of nomadic Iranians living in pre-Achaemenid era.

  • Noble city of Yazd; Iran's Dar al-ibada

    Noble city of Yazd; Iran's Dar al-ibada

    Yazd, also spelled Yezd, city, capital of Yazd province, central Iran. The city dates from the 5th century and was described as the “noble city of Yazd” by Marco Polo.

  • 6,317 new COVID-19 cases reported

    6,317 new COVID-19 cases reported

    Iran reported 6,317 new coronavirus cases during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed infections to 1, 305,339, Iranian Health Ministry Spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari announced Wednesday.

  • COVID-19 claimed 56,360 lives so far

    Iran Coronavirus:

    COVID-19 claimed 56,360 lives so far

    The spokeswoman of Iran's health ministry reported on Tuesday 6408 additional Coronavirus cases and 98 more deaths, bringing the official number of cases to 1,299,022 and the death toll to 56,360.

  • Achievements of "Citizen Diplomat" project

    Achievements of "Citizen Diplomat" project

    Through the instrumentality of citizen diplomacy, the municipality of Isfahan intends to build a platform for the development of urban diplomacy in order to make cities the main lever in resolving urban issues, including poverty, air and environmental pollution, migration, infectious diseases, injustice, organized crimes and economic crises.

  • 6,208 new COVID-19 cases reported

    Coronavisus in Iran;

    6,208 new COVID-19 cases reported

    Iran’s COVID-19 caseload rose to 1,292,614 with 6,021 infections being reported in a day.

  • Kilim of Qazvin

    Kilim of Qazvin

    Hand woven products are one of crafts that can be traced back to many years ago. They were first created as a means of survive but they are also symbols of artistic taste of their creators.

  • Enhancing public transport infrastructure to reduce air pollution

    Enhancing public transport infrastructure to reduce air pollution

    The director of Urban Motor Vehicle Services Organization of the municipality of Isfahan said, “Renovation of municipal services equipment has been a step towards reducing air pollution that realized with the efforts of the mayor and the city council members.”

  • Iran reports 5,968 new COVID-19 cases

    Iran reports 5,968 new COVID-19 cases

    The situation of the pandemic has not changed significantly and it is far from over; the goal for all countries is to stay safe with no new cases of coronavirus.