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Antique Stone Inscription Found in Western Iran

Antique Stone Inscription Found in Western Iran

A historical stone inscription probably dating back to the sixth century AH has been discovered in a historical site in Iran’s Kermanshah province.
Ancient Area with 10,000 Stone Carvings Discovered in Iran

Ancient Area with 10,000 Stone Carvings Discovered in Iran

A new ancient region with about 10,000 historical stone carvings has been discovered in the Iranian city of Meshkinshahr in Ardabil province, northwest of the country.
3,000-Year-Old Village of Qerveh 15

3,000-Year-Old Village of Qerveh: A Major Tourist Attraction in Iran

The Qerveh village located in the western Iranian province of Zanjan dates back 3,000 years and has been built on a single piece of rock, drawing a large number of visitors each year.
New Sassanid Inscription Found in Iran’s Ancient Site Naqsh-e Rustam

New Sassanid Inscription Found in Iran’s Ancient Site Naqsh-e Rustam

Archeologists in Iran have reported the discovery of a new inscription dating back to the Sassanid (Sasanian) Empire in Naqsh-e Rustam, an ancient royal necropolis in southern Iran.
Ancient Iranian Antiques Seized from Vault in Europe

Ancient Iranian Antiques Seized from Vault in Europe

The Iranian Police have arrested a person who had rented a safe deposit box at the vault of a European bank to store valuable Iranian antiques, which have been detected by the International Criminal Police Organisation, INTERPOL.
Prehistoric Rocks Discovered in Southern Iran 1

Prehistoric Rocks Discovered in Southern Iran

Ancient conical pieces of rock bearing curious carvings have been discovered in southern Iran.
Titi Caravanserai A Historical Hotel Built on A Woman’s Order 3

Titi Caravanserai: A Historical Hotel Built on A Woman’s Order

Iran’s northern province of Gilan hosts a historical hotel, known as the “Titi Caravanserai”, which had been constructed upon the order of a female member of the royal family some 600 years ago.
Tomb of Saadi, Shiraz, Iran

Iran Commemorates National Day of Saadi

What follows is a photo gallery of the tomb of prominent Iranian poet Saadi Shirazi in his hometown, Shiraz, in southern Iran on the occasion of a national day named after him.
Self-Isolation: An Opportunity to Explore World's Cultural Heritage

Self-Isolation: An Opportunity to Explore World’s Cultural Heritage

Iran’s Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts says the people of the world can use their free time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic to get more familiar with the world's cultural heritage.
De Morgan Castle, Iran

French Castle; Historical Gem in Iran’s Shush

The historic castle of Shush was constructed in 1897 upon the order of French archaeologist Jean-Marie Jacques de Morgan as a residence for French archaeologists, near the tomb of Daniel the Prophet in the southwestern Iranian city.