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A historical site belonging to the fifth millennium BCE has been discovered in a port city in Bushehr province, southern Iran.
An exhibition of Iranian historical items has opened in the Dutch city of Assen to introduce the Iranian civilisation to the visitors.
Iranian archaeologists have found significant traces of ancient metal melting sites in the west of the country while excavating metal enclosures in the Kani Rash county of Mahabad city, West Azarbaijan Province.
The “Museum of Sound” is one of the dozens of museums in the Iranian city of Tabriz. The place, which was opened in March 2018, narrates the delightful tunes of the past and contemporary music of East Azarbaijan province.
Seyyed Mohammad Beheshti, a senior cultural figure, says Iranians will constitute the world’s largest cultural lobby in the next decade.
Nearly 200 Iranian antiquities have been transferred to the Netherlands to be put on public display in the Dutch city of Assen, said Jebrail Nokandeh, the director general of the National Museum of Iran.
The historical Pourashraf Castle is the jewel of a mansion nestled in an idyllic village in western Iran.
The Australian Ambassador to Iran has called on all Australian tourists travelling to Iran to visit the Malek National Museum and Library in Tehran.