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Ancient Artefacts, Antiquities Discovered in Northern Iran

Ancient Artefacts, Antiquities Discovered in Northern Iran  

An Iranian official announced that a number of antiquities and artefacts belonging to the Sassanid (224-651 AD) and Parthian (247 BC-224 AD) empires have been discovered and reclaimed in northern Iran in an anti-drug operation.

Two-Millennia-Old Underground City Unearthed in Iran

After more than a decade of excavations, archaeologists unearthed a two-millennia-old subterranean city in Iran’s Samen, Hamedan Province.
Sand Storm in Southern Iran Unearths Ancient City (6)

Sand Storm in Southern Iran Unearths Ancient City

A strong sand storm in Kerman province in southern Iran has led to the discovery of a lost ancient city full of historical relics.
MP Warns against Construction Projects Endangering Historical Sites

MP Warns against Construction Projects Endangering Historical Sites

An Iranian lawmaker warned against the construction projects that endanger historical sites, particularly those in central Iranian city of Yazd which threaten an old structure due to be registered as a world heritage site.
Old Iranian Painting Repaired, Displayed in Tehran

Old Iranian Painting Repaired, Displayed in Tehran

An important artwork of the early 19th century has been put on display in a museum in Tehran after a difficult repair process.
8000-Year-Old Stone

8000-Year-Old Stone Works Discovered in Iran

40 stone works dating back to 8,000 years ago have been discovered in Chaldoran, northwestern Iran.
Historic Water Supply Network _Isfahan

Historic Water Supply Network Discovered under City of Isfahan

A large, complicated underground water network has been discovered in an old neighbourhood of Isfahan, central Iran.
Laft Port

Ancient Laft Port in Persian Gulf Island of Qeshm

Laft Port with its ancient waterfront is situated on Qeshm Island in Persian Gulf. The port village is also known for its wells and wind-catchers.
Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions

One Single Step Left to Retrieval of Achaemenid Inscriptions from US

The process of retrieving Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions, which belongs to Iran, is reaching its end. It is now an irreversible process with only one single vote necessary for the arrival of these historical artefacts from the United States.
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Iran’s Black Friday: Massacre of Thousands in 1978

Black Friday is the name given to September 8, 1978, and the shootings in Jaleh Square in Tehran, Iran. The deaths and the reaction to them have been described as a pivotal event in...

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