Iran’s National Sports, Olympics and Paralympics Museum is a treasure trove of the country’s history.
New excavations at Liar Sang Bon Cemetery in Iran’s northern province of Gilan have found a direct connection between the size of the graves and the social rank and status of the people buried there.
A museum in Iran’s Semnan province showcases fossils that belong to over 620 million years ago.
The Cultural Landscape of Iran’s Uramanat region, comprising agricultural villages located in the mountainous Kurdistan Province of Iran, has qualified for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Iran’s national railway network has been registered on the global cultural heritage list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
Sormeh or Kohl is one of the ancient eye cosmetics of Iran and Telli is a substance for maintaining the balance of the scalp and protecting the hair.
The Tirgan Festival, along with Nowruz, Mehregan and Sadeh festivals, is among the most important festivities of ancient Iran, which used to be performed with special splendor.
This is “Ordibehesht House”, a magnificent memento from Zand dynasty’s era, which housed Mirza Mohammad Nazer and his family during the rule of Nasereddin Shah from Qajar dynasty.
The Iranian village Rooyin, which dates back to the Timurid era, is located in the northeastern province of North Khorasan.
The Kent castle, named after a nearby village, is a historical monument dating back to the Afsharid era.