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Fatemeh Askarieh

Fatemeh Askarieh
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Fatemeh Askarieh is an Iranian journalist working on a range of fields including culture, art, lifestyle, cultural heritage, and tourism. She has been working with the Iran Front Page (IFP) Media Group for 10 years, and is currently the head of the Art and Lifestyle Department.
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Yazd, first adobe city in the world (PHOTOS)

Images of Yazd, a dry city in central Iran whose history goes back five millennia.
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Qeshm Island’s Geo-park Museum, Prominent One in Iran

The Geo-Park Museum on Qeshm Island is home to more than 3,000 animal species.
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Tehran Book Fair (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery of the Tehran exhibition where up to 500,000 book titles in two local and foreign sections have gone on display.
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Supreme Leader visits Tehran Book Fair (PHOTOS)

Snapshots of a visit by the Supreme Leader to the 28th Tehran International Book Fair.
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Iranian official pay bedside visit to AEOI chief (PHOTOS)

A number of Iranian officials go and visit Ali Akbar Salehi at the hospital.
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President Rouhani welcomes Iraqi counterpart (PHOTOS)

During a ceremony at Saadabad Palace, President Rouhani officially greeted his Iraqi opposite number.
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Tea harvest in Gilan

A photo gallery featuring locals in northern Iran harvesting tea.
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Iran’s strong presence in Expo Milano 2015

A photo gallery of the Iranian pavilion designed by Kamran Safamanesh at Expo Milano 2015.
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Photo exhibition in Tehran to help save an endangered species (PHOTOS)

Images of Asiatic Cheetah, an endangered species, go on display at an exhibition in Tehran to contribute to an initiative to save the fleet-footed species from extinction.
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Tehran flower exhibition (PHOTOS)

Photos of an expo of flowers and plants in Tehran which has brought together 250 national and 39 foreign producers.