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Iran Unveils Handmade Carpets Woven for FIFA World Cup

Seven exquisite hand-knotted Persian carpets commemorating the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in Russia have been put on display during a ceremony in the northwestern Iranian city of Tabriz.

Khusf; Pre-Islamic Iranian City Immune to Earthquake

The city of Khusf, located 36 km west of the capital of South Khorasan Province in eastern Iran, is one of the oldest cities of the province.

Iran’s Lovely Beaches in Photos

Iran has the Caspian Sea on its northern boundaries and the Persian Gulf on its southern boundaries, and each of these coastlines has its own beauties.

Vintage Cars Go on Parade in Tehran

Fifty old cars, some as old as 60, held a rally from Saadabad Palace to Niavaran Palace in Tehran on Wednesday.

Iran Unveils 110-Year-Old Rug with Portrait of National Hero

The Carpet Museum of Iran has unveiled a rug depicting the portrait of Mirza Koochak Khan, an early twentieth century revolutionary and nationalist.

Free Entry Draws Huge Crowd to Tehran Museums

Museums run by Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization charged no admission on Thursday to commemorate World Museum Day, prompting thousands of people to pay a visit to the city’s numerous museums.

Strawberry Festival; Rural Party to Celebrate Good Harvest

The sixth edition of the Strawberry Festival was recently held in Golestan province in northeastern Iran, giving the farmers and their families an opportunity to celebrate their spring harvest and pray for a more fruitful year.

Kalat: Ancient, Scenic Iranian City with Royal History

Kalat is a beautiful city in the heart of mountains in the northeastern Iranian province of Khorasan Razavi.

Rageh Canyon; Paradise at Heart of Desert

Rageh Valley is one of the unique natural phenomena of the city of Rafsanjan in Kerman Province, southern Iran, and also one of the most famous tourist attractions of the province.

Iran Limits Foreign Currency Allocated to Those Travelling Abroad

As part of its plans to control the ongoing crisis in the country’s forex market, the Iranian government has restricted the amount of foreign currency allocated to Iranian tourists travelling abroad.

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