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Find out more about what daily life is really like in modern Iran. This section looks at the diversity and breadth of everything going on in the country, from food and fashion to celebrities and celebrations.

Iranian Rural Population Is Decreasing

The undesirable living conditions in Iranian villages, including drought, have forced villagers to gradually abandon rural areas, and this has resulted in a sharp decrease in population of villages, an Iranian official said.

Iranian People Preparing to Celebrate Longest Night of the Year

The winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year or the longest night of the year, is known as ‘Yalda Night’ and is annually celebrated by Iranian people across the world based on an ancient tradition.
Turkmens

Wedding Ceremonies of Iranian Turkmens

Turkmen people of Iran, most of whom live in northeastern province of Golestan, observe special traditions in their wedding ceremonies.

Iran’s President Hopes for Peace, Stability in Muslim World

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.

Oddest Pseudo-Jobs in Iran

There are some strange pseudo jobs in Iran that you may have never heard about.

Iranian VP Resolved to Change Culture of Housework Division

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.

Village Life in Southwestern Iran[:es]La vida rural en el suroeste de Irán

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.[:es]Zizi es un pueblo situado a 50 kilómetros al oeste de la ciudad de Iasuy, en la provincia de Kohguiluyeh y Boyer-Ahmad, al suroeste de Irán, donde la mayoría de la gente es campesina y ganadera.
Lavash Bread

Iran’s Lavash Bread Inscribed at UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) inscribed Iran’s lavash (flatbread) in the list of its intangible cultural heritage.

World’s Second Oldest Living Man Is a 135-Year-Old Iranian

An Iranian man living in the Western city of Saqqez is reportedly the second oldest living person in the world.

Young Cleric Saves Animals’ Lives

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.

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