The Castle of Ali Baig in northwestern Iran and the beautiful landscapes surrounding the historical building are among popular tourist attractions of East Azarbaijan province.
A closer look at Iran’s Khuzestan Province, widely known for its oil reserves, reveals oil is not the only resource of the province.
It is time for Iranian farmers to get to the white fields and pick the newly-grown cotton.
Iran’s Lut Desert, which has lately been named as a world heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is home to Pleske's ground jay or Persian ground jay as an endemic bird of Iran, an official said.
Qom Salt Rock, located 15 kilometres from the city of Qom in the southwest of the Iranian capital, Tehran, is one of the most beautiful natural attractions of Qom province.
A number of Iranian researchers are trying to reproduce the endangered species Asiatic cheetah using a substitute womb.
Located in northwest of Iran, Qazvin Province is home to beautiful forests and picturesque gardens. Qazvin’s trees are worth seeing in autumn.
Baharestan is a village in northern Iranian province of Guilan. The province is next to the Caspian Sea and enjoys attractive natural sites.
Many tourists annually visit the beautiful salt dome and ponds located near the city of Qom in central Iran.
The number of Asiatic cheetahs in Iran is projected to stand at 70.