Iranian officials say the body of a forty-year-old man and his weapons belonging to 3 thousand years ago have been discovered in Rostamabad near Rasht in northern Gilan province.
Last week, Iranian netizens were shocked to see Qatari officials awarding a scale model of windcatchers to Paris Saint-Germain staff who had won a traditional camel race in the peninsular nation.
The only fixed tourist library of the world that dates back to 250 years ago, is located at the heart of the Iranian central city of Yazd.
Deir-e Gachin Caravanserai is one of the greatest caravanserais of Iran which is located in the centre of Kavir National Park in Qom province.
In the coming days, the exhibition of “Iran, Cradle of Civilisation”, which is now underway in the Netherlands, is set to move to a museum in eastern Spain after the end of the exhibition.
A complicated water transfer system dating back to the mid-Islamic centuries has been unearthed in central Iran.
Two large and possibly old earthenware jars are found during construction operations in the south of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The tomb of Bayazid Bastami in Iran’s Semnan province is one of the attractions of city of Bastam. It is a large complex with different spaces from the third to fifth century AH.
Windmills in the city of Nashtifan in Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province are one of the most beautiful and largest collections of clay, mud and wood, and of course the oldest of these kind in the world.
Sheikh Safi al-Din’s Shrine is the tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili located in Iran’s northwestern Ardabil province. Sheikh Safi was an eminent leader of an Islamic school established by the Safavids.