Home Tags Iran’s Cultural Heritage
Tag: Iran’s Cultural Heritage
The cultural heritage organization of Isfahan province has turned an old bathhouse, dating back to the 16th century, into an anthropology museum.
Zekra Alwach, the female mayor of Baghdad, has visited a number of historical places and cultural heritage sites in a half-day tour of Tehran.
The representative of Zoroastrians in Iran’s Parliament has pointed to the inscription of the central city of Yazd as a world heritage, and hailed the peaceful coexistence of the three monotheistic religions of Islam, Judaism and Zoroastrianism in this city.
The unearthing of a skull in an archaeological site known as Burnt City in southeastern Iran has changed the country’s medical history.
An Iranian cultural official announced that the art of making the traditional soap of Maragheh, a city in northwestern Iran, has been registered in the list of Iran's national intangible cultural heritage items.
Iranian archaeologists have managed to reconstruct the erected sculpture of an ancient woman with prosthetic eyes found in Iran’s Burnt City using anthropology, artistic, and anatomy studies.
The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in its 40th session since July 10 in Turkey, inscribed eleven Iranian qanats on the World Heritage List.
12Page 1 of 2