For hundreds of years, Iranian people used reservoirs in various parts of the country to store their drinking water.
There are seven ancient water mills in the city of Boshrouyeh in South Khorasan Province, east of Iran, and interestingly, three of them are still working.
Historical relics are to be transferred from the city of Alicante in eastern Spain to Iran in order to be displayed in an exhibition due to be held in October this year, an Iranian official said.
An ancient mud-brick tumulus has been discovered in the town of Meshginshar in Ardabil province, northwestern Iran.
Following excavation work during the course of a development project, signs of the ancient quarter of the city of Tabriz in northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan were unearthed.
An Iranian team of archaeologists has discovered remains of Neanderthal horses which date back to 45,000 years ago.
The Hyrcanian Forests of northern Iran, which date back to millions of years ago, have been added to the list of the World Heritage Sites of the UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Iranian police forces have seized at least 50 antiquities dating back to 3,000 years ago in the city of Galugah in Mazandaran province.
The building of the Central Bank of Iran houses the country’s highly important financial and monetary documents and the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry known in the world. The precious collection serves as the backing of the country’s national currency.
A utility bill has led to the discovery of a cave in a village close to the city of Kashan in Isfahan province, central Iran.