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Christians celebrate Christmas in Tehran, prepare for New Year

Christians in the Iranian capital Tehran have been on a shopping frenzy to celebrate the auspicious birth anniversary of Jesus Christ and the beginning of New Year.

Iran-based Asiatic cheetah cubs doing well one year after birth

"Azar" and "Tooran" are among the five cheetahs kept at a breeding site in Tooran National Park in Shahrood, in the north central Iranian province of Semnan.

Iran tourism: Mohtasham Garden’s statues in Rasht, northern Iran

City Park or Mohtasham Garden is the oldest park of the northern Iranian city of Rasht, the capital of Guilan Province. Statues made out of trees and reshaped by artists have been put in the park.

About the nature and benefits of yoghurt in the Iranian traditional medicine

All recommendations in Iranian traditional medicine are based on modifying one’s nutritional pattern. Many medications in Iranian medicine are made according to the properties of foods and natural substances. Meanwhile, many precautions devised by traditional medicine practitioners have been formed by knowing the medical rules of the properties, advantages and disadvantages of each food.

8 ways to determine temperaments in Iranian traditional medicine

Iranian traditional medicine tells us that it is necessary to study the physical characteristics of people if we are supposed to determine their temperaments.

Maryam Talaee; the top motorcyclist of the Austrian Rally 2023

Maryam Talaee was introduced as the best motorcyclist of the 2023 Austrian Rally by the International Federative Association of Historic Automobile Clubs (FIVA).

Iran tourism: Beautiful beach of Pozm Bay in Sistan and Baluchestan

One of the beautiful beaches in the south of Iran is Pozm Bay. This is located on the shores of the Sea of Oman and the city Konarak, in southeastern Iran.

Tips of traditional Iranian medicine and healthy lifestyles for people with different temperaments

Temperament in traditional Iranian medicine is a key concept for the purpose of defining human health and disease, and in simple terms, according to this philosophy, every being, whether animate or inanimate, is composed of elements that count as raw materials with different qualities and in different proportions.

Temperament in traditional Iranian medicine

Temperament (Humorism) is a method in traditional Iranian medicine to correct an individual’s lifestyle and prevent diseases. There are different ways to identify a person’s humor. Once they have identified a patient’s humor, traditional medicine experts can offer ways to prevent or treat diseases in that patient that are compatible with that individual’s humor and bodily condition.

The Oud, a quintessentially Iranian musical instrument

The oud is an originally Iranian musical instrument and is as old as the Sumer Civilization. The Oud is highly popular in the Middle East, especially in Iran. Today, this instrument has its own fans in Western countries and in East Africa as well as in the east.

The art of Mowj weaving, an important Iranian handicraft

Mowj weaving has been common in Iran’s Ghazvin Province since the Safavid era. In this art, wool obtained from sheep is used to produce all-wool fabrics with a checkered pattern.

Traditional Iranian medicine: A solution for a healthy lifestyle

Traditional Iranian medicine is a world class medical school that dates back thousands of years. Despite the adjective “traditional” with which its name is associated, Iranian medicine, like other sciences, is completely consistent with scientific and experimental foundations.

Sassanid statue back in Iran after 35 years

After 35 years, a Sassanid rock relief dating back 2,000 years has returned to Iran from the UK thanks to efforts and follow-up by the Iranian Ministries of Foreign Affairs and of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts.

Mother cheetah looking for cub killed in Iran car accident

Heart-breaking footage shows a mother cheetah looking for her cub, which was killed in a car accident days earlier in northeastern Iran.

Iran tourism: Cold in summer

Boz-e-Sina (Boz-e-Sineh) Mountain is in the southwest of West Azerbaijan Province, 60 km from the provincial capital, Urmia.

Iranian student registers smart tourism initiative at IFIA

A PhD student of tourism at Tehran University achieved the membership of the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations (IFIA) after the registration of his initiative named ‘Ehsan; The Smart Creative Tourist.”

Iran’s traditional ice cream tops Taste Atlas list of world’s best frozen desserts

Iran’s traditional ice cream, known as Bastani Sonnati, has topped the list of the world’s 50 best frozen desserts released by Taste Atlas, a popular encyclopedia of local food, traditional restaurants, and authentic recipes across the world.

Iranian herbal dish Zeytoon Parvardeh goes global  

A world food atlas has released a list of 100 herbal dishes, and has selected Zeytoon Parvardeh (marinated olive) of Iran’s Gilan Province as the best item on this list.

Athletes join Locho wrestling completion in Iran’s Mazandaran

Athletes in Iran’s northern province of Mazandarean have joined a competition of Locho wrestling, a traditional field of Pahlavani sports practiced in the region.

Lake Urmia’s good days return after being partly inundated

Good days are back for Lake Urmia in Iran's West Azerbaijan Province after the opening of a canal that will transmit water from Kani Sib region to the lake.

Iran tourism: The best and most famous handicrafts of Tabriz

Handicrafts of Tabriz are among Iran’s most beautiful ones that demand a lot of skills. During your trip to Tabriz, you can buy those handicrafts as souvenirs for your loved ones.

Bright nights of Iran’s capital

As people fast during the day in the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, many prefer to take a tour of the Iranian capital after the Iftar time in the evening.

Spectacular pear trees in Iran’s Gilan Province

As the spring season decorates the nature, pear trees in gardens give a spectacular look to Iran’s northern province of Gilan.

Iranians usher in New Year by Tomb of Hafez in Shiraz

A large number of Iranians converged on the tomb of ancient lyric poet Hafez in his hometown Shiraz, southern Iran, to welcome the Persian New Year, better known as Nowruz.

Japan’s ambassador recites Hafez poem ahead of Nouwruz

Japanese Ambassador to Tehran Aikawa Kazutoshi recites lyrics in a poem by ancient Persian lyric poet Hafez, to commemorate Persian New Year, Nowruz, which is just around the corner.

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