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Iran-Pigeon Houses

Pigeon Houses, Iranian architectural elegance

Pigeon houses represent a perfect example of humans and nature working together for mutual benefits.
Pre-World War II ammunition unearthed in Tehran

Pre-World War II ammunition unearthed in Tehran

Up to 180 artillery and mortar rounds dating back to pre-WWII era have been found in a neighborhood in the Iranian capital.
Saint Thaddeus Monastery or Ghara Kelisa – in West Azerbaijan, Iran

Christians mark 60 years of pilgrimage visits to Saint Thaddeus Monastery

Up to 7,000 Christians get together for the 60th anniversary of regular yearly visits to Ghara Kelisa in northwestern Iran.
Iran-Burnt City in World Heritage List of UNESCO

Burnt City, Iran’s 17th entry on World Heritage List of UNESCO

Iran’s Burnt City finally makes it to the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
Iran's ancient citadel Throne of Solomon

‘Throne of Solomon’ manifests Persian glorious civilization

Iranian ancient citadel Throne of Solomon (Takht-e Soleyman), known as Zoroastrian fire temple, manifests Persian glorious civilization.
Iran-Tehran Freedom Tower

Campaign to Save Freedom Tower Launched

Cultural heritage advocates launch a campaign to save Tehran’s Freedom Tower.
Pasargad Bank Museum at Saba Museum

A tour of the largest private arts museum in Iran

Saba Museum owned by Pasargad Bank is home to precious works of arts.
Iran tourism Yazd Tabriz

ICHHTO introduces Tabriz and Yazd as Iranian creative cities to OIC

Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) has introduced Tabriz in northwest Iran and Yazd in central Iran as iranian creative cities to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), said a senior official of ICHHTO.
Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz - IRAN

In picture: Discover gorgeously colorful secrets in Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

From the outside, the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran, seems like a fairly traditional house of worship -- but it's hiding a gorgeously colorful secret.
UN Preserving unique Shiraz historical texture necessary

UN official: Preserving unique Shiraz historical texture necessary

The UN Human Settlements Program (UNHSP) representative to Iran referring to unique historical texture of Shiraz said here Wednesday that preserving that historical heritage is necessary for boosting the cityˈs tourism industry.

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