The Carpet Museum of Iran has unveiled a rug depicting the portrait of Mirza Koochak Khan, an early twentieth century revolutionary and nationalist.
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.
The longest Qanat in Iran and the world is the Qanat of Zarch which is located in Central Yazd province.
Nehchir Citadel is a historical building located near the city of Mobarakeh in Isfahan Province, central Iran. The magnificent structure dates back to the Safavid era, and has been restored during the Qajar period.
The mansion of Amir Nezam Garousi is one of the most attractive historical buildings in the city of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan province, northwestern Iran.
The historic House of Teymourtash, which is now open to visitors as the Museum of War, dates back to the late Qajar period, and has been registered on the National Heritage List in 2004.
A collection of films belonging to the Qajar era found at Tehran's Golestan Palace are going to be sent to France for refurbishment, an Iranian official announced.
A number of historical items put up for sale on an Iranian advertising website have been confiscated by the country’s cultural heritage authorities.
A mummified body found in Shahr-e Rey in southern Tehran is assumed to be the body of the ex-king of Iran Reza Shah Pahlavi.
A construction worker from a village in Iran’s Semnan Province hosts tourists from all over the country at his local home which he himself has turned into a hotel museum.