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Millennium-old Tis Mosque in southeastern Iran (PHOTOS)

The interior of this mosque which was built 1,000 years ago is similar to Pakistani and Indian mosques.

Germany’s Leipzig String Concert in Shiraz’s Vakil Historical Bath

Germany’s Leipzig String Quartet performed in the Vakil Bath cultural-historical complex in Shiraz on Sunday evening.
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Prehistoric Archaeological Discoveries in Shiraz

The archaeologists seen in these photos are exploring Postchi Hill in the southern city of Shiraz. New artefacts found in recent explorations of the...
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Book, Paper Conservation-Restoration Center at parliament’s library

A photo gallery that depicts efforts by Iranian experts to restore books and documents at the Book and Paper Conservation-Restoration Center of parliament’s library.
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8000-Year-Old Stone Works Discovered in Iran

40 stone works dating back to 8,000 years ago have been discovered in Chaldoran, northwestern Iran.
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4 New Countries to Join UNESCO’s Nowruz Dossier

China, Mongolia, Tanzania and Kenya has voiced their interest in joining the Persian New Year (Nowruz) dossier, a multi-national Intangible Cultural Heritage registered in the UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation.

Babak Fort in northwestern Iran (PHOTOS)

Images of Babak Fort, a classic example of Iranian architecture.
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Takht-e Soleyman, a mystery historical site in northwestern Iran (PHOTOS)

Since Takht-e Soleyman was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List, efforts have been made to unravel its mysteries.
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Varkaneh Village in western Iran (PHOTOS)

Varkaneh is a touristy village in Hamedan Province and has been registered as a national heritage site.
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Zand Historical House, a museum of anthropology (PHOTOS)

Although the house has been restored a few times, its original structure has remained intact.

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