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Italian Photographer Portrays Use of Science and Math in Persian Architecture

Italian photographer Massimo Rumi spent a month travelling around the breathtaking ancient mosques and bazaars of Iran, and took stunning photos of Islamic buildings, which show how Persian architects used science and math in their works.

Places in Iran You Should Visit before You Die

In Iran, there are several natural attractions with exotic views that you should visit before you leave this world.

Malaysian Journalist Says Iran Is a Must-See Destination

A female Malaysian journalist has talked about his experience of visiting Iran, describing it as a country you should visit before you die.

Foreign Tourists in Iranian Traditional Medicine Centres

Iran intends to present its traditional medicine to the world by founding specialized health centres.
Kashan

Foreign Tourists Visiting Iran’s Kashan

Kashan is a city in Isfahan Province, central Iran. With an approximate population of 300,000, the small city attracts thousands of Iranian and foreign tourists each year.

Iran Has a High Capacity to Develop Halal Tourism

An Iranian official says the infrastructures of tourism in Iran are consonant with halal tourism, and thus the country should develop its marketing to see this industry flourish.
Health Tourism

Iran Has High Potential in Health Tourism: Minister

Iran’s Health Ministry says the country is a well-known medical tourism destination in the Middle East, but its great potentials have yet to be exploited.
Blind People

Special Tour of Tehran for Blind People

A programme is underway in Iran’s capital in which people can share their experiences of visiting Tehran’s tourist attractions with the blind through voice messages.
First Russian Tourist Train Arrives in Iran

First Russian Tourist Train Arrives in Iran

The first tourist train, departed from the Russian capital of Moscow, has arrived in Iran.

Golden Memories of Swedish Woman Who Ran across Iran All Alone

A Swedish female runner who visited many Iranian cities all on her own talks about the memories of her journey to Iran.

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