Huge crowds of people and numerous officials continued to visit the 31st Tehran International Book Fair on Wednesday and Thursday regardless of the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.
A mobile café and library has provided the citizens of Tehran with a unique opportunity to spend several hours of their free time reading books along with friends.
The 31st Tehran International Book Fair has drawn more publishers and authors from around the world this year compared to previous years.
The author of the pictorial book ‘Persian Gulf’ says his book will be translated into 50 languages and distributed to the national libraries of 90 states.
The Serbian minister of culture and information says he would like the people of his country to get more familiar with Iranian works of art.
The 31st edition of the Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) opened in the Iranian capital on Tuesday with publishers from Iran and foreign countries in attendance.
Enqelab Avenue in downtown Tehran is the “book” hub of Tehran, a place where publishers have sales outlets and major bookshops are located. Street book vendors are also an integral part of the neighbourhood.
You can now download and read ebooks for free when taking a ride on the Tehran subway. Startup and major ebook publisher Fidibo has launched a new service, providing commuters with free but limited access to an extended collection of ebooks.
The Science and Technology Department of the Iranian President's Office has released a book to review Iran’s achievements in various fields of science and technology during the past year.
The Tajik capital of Dushanbe is to host the fourth meeting of directors of national libraries of the ECO in late November, 2017.