Turkmen people of Iran, most of whom live in northeastern province of Golestan, observe special traditions in their wedding ceremonies.
In messages to Muslim nations on the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hoped for the establishment of peace and stability in the Islamic world through unity and rapport among Muslims.
There are some strange pseudo jobs in Iran that you may have never heard about.
Shahindokht Molaverdi, the Iranian Vice President for Women and Family Affairs, has recently talked about the government’s plans to facilitate the life and work of Iranian women.
Zizi is a village lying 50 kilometres west of the city of Yasuj, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, in southwest of Iran where most people are farmers and sheep farmers.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) inscribed Iran’s lavash (flatbread) in the list of its intangible cultural heritage.
An Iranian man living in the Western city of Saqqez is reportedly the second oldest living person in the world.
A young Iranian cleric, who once became famous for donating his kidney to a kid, is also member of an animal protection group who feeds and rescues stray animals.
Sara Abdolmaleki, a former champion in women’s rugby, was seriously injured in a car crash in early 2016, but she wants to rejoin professional sports in the near future.
Having travelled to 13 countries, a Japanese woman and an Indian man refer to Iran as the best tourist destination and the paradise of earth.