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The latest news and views about Iran’s Isfahan province

Iran Holds Camel Riding Tournament

The eighth round of national camel riding championship was recently held in Varzaneh desert in Isfahan, central Iran.

Nehchir Citadel; Historical Structure in Heart of Iran

Nehchir Citadel is a historical building located near the city of Mobarakeh in Isfahan Province, central Iran. The magnificent structure dates back to the Safavid era, and has been restored during the Qajar period.

Iran’s Zayanderud River Refreshed by Spring Rainfall

The recent rainfall in the Iranian city of Isfahan has refreshed the dried-out river of Zayanderud, an iconic part of the historical city.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Upside-Down Tulips

Upside-down tulip is a special type of fritillaries mainly found in the Zagros Mountain range – Isfahan and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari provinces – in western and southern Iran.

Iran’s Shahreza Home to Ancient Seed Oil Extraction Workshop

The ancient Assarkhaneh (seed oil extraction workshop) in the Iranian city of Shahreza is a historic site which dates back to 300 years ago.

Iran Holds Vintage Car Rally

Iran’s Touring and Automobile Club has organized a vintage car rally between Tehran and Isfahan provinces with the aim of promoting safe driving culture and domestic tourism.

Meenakari; Unique, Ancient Art of Iran’s Isfahan

Meenakari or enamelling is the art of colouring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over it brilliant colours that are decorated in an intricate design.

Symbolic Polo Contest Held in Iran’s Isfahan

On the occasion of the ten-day celebrations of the anniversary of the 1979 Revolution across Iran, a symbolic polo contest was held in the Naqsh-e Jahan Square at the centre of Isfahan.

Isfahan’s Grand Bazaar, World’s Longest Roofed Market

Qeysariyeh Bazaar, a historical market built in Isfahan during the 11th century, is located on the northern wing of Naqsh-e Jahan Square.

Gheymeh Rizeh; Easily-Made Iranian Dish Popular with Almost Everyone

Gheymeh Rizeh, a local dish originally made in Iran’s Isfahan, is prepared with small meatballs, chickpea flour and fragrant green-leaf vegetables.

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