Iran is set to hold a number of events to mark the 75th anniversary of hosting the Polish who took refuge in the central Iranian city of Isfahan during the World War II.
A young Iranian girl disfigured in an acid attack back in 2014 has gotten married, sparking widespread positive reactions in Iran’s social media.
Fatemeh Eftekhari, who has become known as the “Queen of Iran’s Skies”, is the first Iranian female pilot taking part in international competitions. She has great stories to tell about her success.
The cultural heritage organization of Isfahan province has turned an old bathhouse, dating back to the 16th century, into an anthropology museum.
Official statistics show that the number of tourists from Iraq and the Persian Gulf littoral states visiting Iran has decreased in 2016 and 2017, while that of European and American visitors to the country has witnessed a remarkable growth since August 2015.
A male Persian leopard that had migrated to Portugal will be transferred back to Iran for mating, according to a zoo official in Tehran.
While Trump’s administration has done its utmost to stop the American and non-American tourists from visiting Iran in the past few months, officials say the number of US visitors of Iran has not decreased at all.
Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation (IKRF), an Iranian charitable organization, is providing support for thousands of Christians living in the country.
Extracting vegetable oil in front of customers has turned into a booming business in recent years in Iran as it is profitable and does not need much investment.
The female chief of the Institute of Standards & Industrial Research of Iran (ISIRI) has narrated the story of how she applied for a job at the Institute and finally became the first-ever woman to head the important body.
Nature schools are a new initiative giving Iranian students the chance to get away from the restrictions of conventional schools.
A portrait of Christian Ronaldo, the superstar of Real Madrid and Portugal football teams, painted by an Iranian disabled artist has grabbed the attentions of football circles across the world.
A new cigarette is being sold in the Iranian capital of Tehran, the paper of which is made from edible gold leaf. Sold for $315 a pack, these luxury products have gained huge popularity in the capital city among the rich.
This is the story of a woman who sells herbs to make a living; a woman named Fariba whose past is not as colourful as the herbs she sells at the store.