Three fragments of colourful pots imprinted with images of birds, flowers and inscriptions from the early Islamic era have been discovered in the north of Iran.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) have signed an agreement to carry out joint projects on the conservation of cultural heritage.
Iranian archaeologists have discovered a trapezoidal blue pool dating back to the Achaemenid era in the southern Fars province.
The Louvre Museum of Paris has played host to a seminar entitled “Sialk, the Heart of Archaeology in Iran”.
A plan envisaging the touring of the old quarter of the Esfahak village in the city of Tabas in central Iran has found its way to the final stage of the “To Do Award” contest.
Japan and Italy are to work together to reinforce the Ancient Persia Section of the National Museum of Iran.
Azarakhsh Fire Temple, also known as the Stone Mosque of Shiraz, is among the most magnificent fire temples in Iran.
Satellite images have helped archaeologists to discover the remains of a stone wall, with a length of about 71 miles (115 km) long, in Sarpol-e Zahab in western Iran.
An exhibition called “Archaeological Findings of the Iron Age in Western Iran" has been launched in the Archaeological Museum of Sanandaj in Kurdistan province.
The Khosroabad Mansion, a historical building in western Iran which once played host to the wedding ceremony of the daughter of Iranian Qajar King Fath-Ali in the 18th century, has now turned into a major tourist hub.