Qalamkari is a traditional textile art which was born in Isfahan during the Safavid era. Qalamkari artists do magic by using colours, fabric and wood.
Shawl and Pastak weaving is one of the oldest handicrafts in Kurdistan province, especially the border city of Baneh. These shawls are woven with the wool of a particular goat.
A famous historical monument in Iran’s Isfahan, Menar-Jonban dates back to the reign of Ilkhanate dynasty in the 14th century CE.
A Jewish American woman and peace activist recalls how she was thrilled to attend a prayer service in a synagogue inside Iran, saying she was surprised to see the Iranian Jews enjoy religious freedom and have a representative in the Iranian Parliament.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has issued an advisory, warning Iranian citizens about traveling to France in the wake of strikes and violent protests in the European country.
The 22nd edition of Isfahan Handmade Carpet Exhibition is underway in the city’s International Exhibitions Centre.
Representative of 17 foreign travel agencies have been filled with admiration for the safety, cleanliness and modern infrastructures of Iran after a Famtrip to the country.
Known as “the birds’ paradise”, Miankaleh in the northern Iranian province of Mazandaran attracts many migratory birds every year.
Officials from Iran and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) have discussed arrangements for the development of a tourism master plan for the Islamic Republic.
Kish Island in the Persian Gulf, south of Iran, is home to a set of ancient aqueducts which date back to 2,500 years ago.