Thursday, 14 December, 2017

Tourism and Attractions

  • The New Persian Kitchen: A Journey to Iran

    “I LAHV YOU too mahch,” said the glamorous woman with the clinking bangles. She was my dad’s sister, my Aunt Mansoureh—known to all as Mali—and...

  • Egyptian tourists visit Iran for first time since 1979

    For the first time since Islamic revolution in 1979, a group of Egyptian tourists has arrived in Iran to visit the country’s ancient monuments The...

  • Hasht Behesht Isfahan

    Hasht Behesht means 8 paradises in Farsi. Built in the 1660s and once the most luxuriously decorated in Isfahan, the interior of the small Hasht...

  • Choobin (wooden) village in Khorasan Razavi province

    Choobin village is the local name of Neishabour villages in Razavi Khorasan province in northeastern Iran, is made.  The small village of wooden and unique...

  • How Many Asiatic Cheetahs Roam across Iran?

    How many Asiatic cheetahs still prowl on the planet earth? Compared to their African cousins, the Asiatic cheetah is more imperiled and known to be...

  • The Pearl of the Orient – Iran’s Path

    Iran’s almost 7,000-year old history is characterized by various highs and lows. These don’t only take place within the country’s borders, but also reach beyond...

  • Photos From the Iran You Don’t See on TV

    By Christopher Thornton The version of Iran that Americans see in the media can certainly seem like a frightening, hostile place: stern mullahs, clandestine nuclear...

  • Iran’s Beauties through the Eyes of American Photographer

    Brandon Stanton is an American photographer. In December 2012, he spent two weeks collecting street portraits in Iran. With the help of an interpreter, Stanton...

  • The Achaemenid dynasty of Iran

            ABSTRACT: The Achaemenid dynasty of Iran was the first and the largest empire that the ancient world had seen, extending from...

  • Persepolis

    Persepolis (Greek, “City of the Persians”), one of the ancient capitals of Persia, established by Darius I in the late 6th century bc. Its ruins...