The Takieh of Mo’aven ol-Molk in western Iranian city of Kermanshah is the country's finest Hosseinieh, a distinctively Shiite shrine where plays are acted out during the Islamic month of Muharram to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the third Shiite Imam.
Official figures indicate that the number of foreign tourists visiting Iran has witnessed a remarkable increase during President Hassan Rouhani’s four-year term, reaching its peak after the implementation of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers in 2016.
30th TirStreet is among the oldest and original historical places in Tehran which has recently attracted greater attention to itself as a tourist attraction due to a number of changes and renovations it has undergone.
A top Iranian cultural heritage official has blamed the cultural conflict in modern Iran on mismanagement, and urged that it should turn into cultural reconciliation.
Moscow has issued a list of 18 countries, including Iran, the nationals of which are permitted entry into Russia’s Far East without a visa.
Iran’s first cruise ship after the 1979 Islamic Revolution has reportedly completed its maiden voyage and docked in the Persian Gulf resort island of Qeshm, according to Iranian officials.
Sunny, the first-ever cruise ship to dock at Kish Island in nearly 40 years, is scheduled to make its maiden voyage today.
The clock of Shamsolemareh, the finest edifice on the eastern wing of Golestan Palace and the first high rise in Tehran, started to run after a 90-year slumber.
Hamadan, or Hamedan, in central west of Iran is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities and one of the oldest ones in the world.
The Grand Mosque of Urmia in northwestern Iran, which is the city’s congregational mosque (Jāme), is considered an architectural masterpiece dating back to hundreds of years ago.