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Interesting Penalties Introduced for Illegal Hunts in Iran

Interesting Penalties Introduced for Illegal Hunts in Iran

Judges in Iran have recently started giving hunters interestingly unconventional sentences over illegal hunts.
Tourists Amazed by Lotus Lagoons in Northern Iran

Tourists Amazed by Lotus Lagoons in Northern Iran

The northern Iranian province of Mazandaran is home to beautiful lagoons, the surface of which is decorated with a large number of lotuses. They provide visitors with spectacular scenery during summer.

Chamomile Season in Northwestern Iran

Fandoghlou tourist region is a beautiful steppe forest of mostly hazelnut and wild apple trees. Spring is the season of chamomile in the forest.

Ali Baig Castle, Surrounding Nature in NW Iran

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.
Japan to Make a Fortune from Newly-Born Panda

Japan to Make a Fortune from Newly-Born Panda

A giant panda cub recently born at a zoo in central Tokyo is expected to bring a 26.7 billion yen (242 million US dollars) economic effect to the city, local media reported.

Traces of Shining Stars over Iran’s Mount Damavand

Mount Damavand, a potentially active volcano, is the highest peak in Iran and the Middle East, and the highest volcano in Asia.
Killer Whale

Should Iranians Worry about Killer Whale Spotted in Persian Gulf?

An Iranian environment official confirmed reports that orcas or killer whales have been sighted off the coasts of Bushehr Province, but stressed that these whales pose no threat to humans.

Paradise on Earth: Asalem-Khalkhal Road in Northern Iran

Asalem-Khalkhal Road is one of the most alluring roads of Iran to travel on. If you travel once along the road, you will never forget its unique beauty.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Spring in Neyshabur

Neyshabur or Nishapur is a city in Khorasan Razavi province, east of Iran. The region, situated in a fertile plain at the foot of the Binalud Mountains, is quite pleasing to tourists in spring.
Thousands of Flamingos Delay Migration from Lake Urmia

Thousands of Flamingos Delay Migration from Lake Urmia

Some 10,000 flamingos that migrated to Urmia Lake months ago have delayed flying off to their next destination due to favorable weather and environmental conditions around the lake, as well as adequate food supply.

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