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1,200-Year-Old Nain Jame Mosque, Iran’s Third Oldest

From Tehran to the country's third oldest mosque is about five hours’ drive. A mosque with a single brick-made minaret and a 700-year-old wood carving marquetry pulpit, all built without the use a single nail.

A Look at the World’s Pink Mosques

Mosques are common places of worship among Muslims all around the world. Regardless of whether they are Shi’a or Sunni, they all pray there. This is a building which, in people’s minds, is usually blue as a symbol of peace, and built with a specific architectural style.

Germany, Iran cooperate in building environment-friendly homes

Iran and Germany have signed a memorandum of understanding on training and promotion of construction of environment-friendly homes as a pilot study case in Iran's Hashtgerd and Isfahan cities.

Iran eyeing joint food exports with Italy

Iran said on Tuesday that it sees a huge potential in cooperating with Italy over exports of food products to not only the markets of the region but also to Russia.

Mid-East’s second largest shopping mall shines in Isfahan

On the outskirts of Iran’s historic city of Isfahan, one of the largest shopping malls in the Middle East has taken shape.
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Tileworks of Moaven al-Malek Tekyeh (PHOTOS)

The tiles feature images of battles led by the Prophet Muhammad and Ali ibn Abi Talib, the first Shiite Imam, the battle of Karbala and ancient Persian kings.
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Chair exhibition (PHOTOS)

The chair exhibition which opened on September 25 runs for two weeks.
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Fahraj Mosque in central Iran (PHOTOS)

Photos of a 14-century-old mosque in Yazd Province.
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Iranian architecture makes a splash

Magnificent images of historic Iranian architecture shot by foreign photographers visiting Iran
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A bridge with an interesting function in northern Iran (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery of a bridge with an interesting function: preventing rainwater from going to waste.

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