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Sunflowers shining in daylight across Golestan Province farms

Sunflower farms create spectacular scenes across Iran’s northern province of Golestan.

Bolivia independence marked in Tehran

A ceremony marking the 197th anniversary of Bolivia’s independence was held on Wednesday, August 17, 2022 in Tehran with Bolivian Ambassador to the Islamic republic Romina Guadalupe and some other foreign envoys and diplomats in attendance.

Feast of the Assumption of Mary held in Tehran

The feast of the Assumption of Mary and the Blessing of Grapes was held on Sunday noon at Holy Mary Church of Tehran in the presence of Archbishop Sebo Sarkisian and a group of Armenian citizens.

Iran Professional League kick starts

Sepahan football team defeats titleholder Esteghlal, putting an end to the invincibility of the blues from the capital.

Iranians mourning 3rd Shia Imam’s martyrdom

Najafi residents of Iran hold a torch light vigil to mark the martyrdom anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad's grandson Imam Hussein (PBUH) on the 8th, 7th and 10th day of the month of Muharram. The picture shows the Najafis، people originally from Najaf, Iraq but living in the Iranian city of Qom، in southern Tehran , holding the ceremony.

Alarm sounded over looming water crisis in Iranian capital

Iranian officials have raised the alarm over extravagant use of water by households in the populous capital city of Tehran, calling on the public to join efforts to protect the country’s water resources through adherence to conservation methods.

Partial collapse of 11-story building in Abadan, Iran

Parts of Metropol Building on Abadan’s Amiri Street tumbled down on Monday.

Karkheh Dam: Drier than ever

The level of water in Iran’s Karkheh Dam is nearly 179 meters and the volume of its reservoir is 1 billion and 41 million cubic meters.

Iran marks National Persian Gulf Day

The National Persian Gulf Day is an auspicious innovation meant to honor the Persian Gulf’s history and civilization and the historical names of waters...

Table of iftar on the Nature Bridge

The Nature Bridge in Tehran hosted over 2,000 fasting people on the birthday anniversary of Imam Hassan Mojtaba (PBUH), the second Shia Imam, with a table stretching for over 270 meters to receive them for iftar.

Along Karoun

Karoun is the longest and largest rive in Iran and a large proportion of it flows through the southwestern province of Khouzestan.

Zayandeh Rud: The last reflection

The reflection of water is the reflection of life in Zayandeh Rud in the central Iranian city of Isfahan.

Winter in Kish Island, southern Iran

Photo by Maral Shirinkhan

Iran marks 43rd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution

Motorcyclists of the armed forces and Basij hold a parade to mark the beginning of the festivities commemorating the anniversary of Iran’s Islamic Revolution.

Heavy snowfall in Masuleh, northern Iran

Photo by: Aboozar Hamidi Jirandeh

Snowfall in the city of Ahar, East Azerbaijan Province

Heavy snowfall and blizzard have disrupted normal life in many Iranian provinces

Tehran experiencing clean air

Alborzs Mountains overlooking Tehran in early morning

Colorful forest, famous for its springs in Mazandaran Province

Gateoo beech and oak forest in autumn, northern Iran.

Closure removal ritual

Photo of the day: Ghorogh Shekani which is Persian for removal of the closure is a traditional ritual in Iran’s Mazandaran province which is observed by farmers at the end of the working season.

Photo of the Day: Afghan Refugees Fleeing War

The fresh round of violence and bloodshed in Afghanistan has forced thousands of people to leave their houses and flee to neighbouring countries like Iran.

Iranian Border Police Chief Hugs Afghan Child Refugees

A photo has gone viral in Iran showing two Afghan child refugees hugged by Brigadier General Rezaei, the commander of Iranian border guards, at a border crossing in eastern Iran.

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