The British Museum is to open an exhibition at the National Iranian Museum to showcase its artefacts.
Iranian archaeologists have discovered the remnants of the body of a 10-year-old child dating back to 2,800 years ago in the central province of Hamadan.
Gohar Tappeh, an ancient hill near Sari-Behshahr Road in Iran’s Mazandaran Province, is one of the prehistoric sites of northern Iran.
Archaeologists have found a medieval grave in Plovdiv in southern Bulgaria where one warrior was incredibly discovered with an arrow still in its chest.
A collection of India’s historic works are on show in Golestan Palace downtown Tehran. The works include exquisite Indian offerings to monarchs and courtiers of Qajar era [1785 to 1925].
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has selected the north-western Iranian city of Tabriz as a centre of tourism and cultural heritage studies along the Silk Road.
The 1,750-year-old Academy of Gondishapur, also known as Jondishapur University,in the southern Iranian city of Dezful has been registered as a World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
UNESCO is to officially register an Iranian sport and a traditional Persian musical instrument on its list of intangible cultural heritage in a month’s time.
Arg Gate, located in the city of Semnan east of Iranian capital of Tehran, annually attracts thousands of tourists as one of the major attractions of the city.
The tomb of the Iranian poet Mohammad Ali ibn Mirza Abdul Rahim Tabrizi, known as Saib Tabrizi, in the central city of Isfahan has turned into a major tourist attraction.