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The Golden Eagle luxury train has arrived in the central Iranian province of Isfahan with tourists from 11 Europe, Asia, and America on board.
The tomb of the Iranian poet Mohammad Ali ibn Mirza Abdul Rahim Tabrizi, known as Saib Tabrizi, in the central city of Isfahan has turned into a major tourist attraction.
The Imam Mosque, formerly known as Royal or Shah Mosque, is a historic mosque in Isfahan, central Iran, standing in southern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
A senior official from the Czech Republic has voiced Prague’s interest in investing in the Iranian steel industry given the significant progress the Islamic Republic has made in this area.
The tomb of Amir Kabir's daughter, which is still unknown among people in Iran’s Isfahan province, is considered one of the mysterious attractions of the central province.
The historical city of Isfahan in central Iran is the country’s first city to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) by virtue of its crafts and arts.
Khoygan Olia, a beautiful village in Isfahan province in central Iran, used to be the village hosting the largest Armenian population living in Iran.