Iran’s minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts has congratulated the Iranian people on the UNESCO’s decision to inscribe the art of miniature on the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The miniature art has officially been registered on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Houses in the historical city of Yazd in central Iran have been turned into magnificent ecotourism hotels.
Iran is to present four cases for registration to the 15th meeting of the Intangible Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scentific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
The Grand Mosque of Neyriz is one of Iran’s oldest mosques and, based on some historical evidence, used to be a Zoroastrian fire temple which turned into a mosque during the Islamic era.
Ashraf Hall is a Safavid-era palace which has turned into a prominent attraction in the historical city of Isfahan, central Iran.
The Grand Mosque of Qaen is an 1000-year-old architectural masterpiece in eastern Iran.
The Moqaddam Museum in the Iranian capital, Tehran, is a tiled mansion dating back to the Qajar era.
Tomb of Sheikh Khalifeh is a historical building in southern Iran, registered as a national heritage site.
A photo gallery featuring the ancient site of Rayen Citadel in the southern city of Kerman.