The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has added two more Iranian cities to the network of the world’s creative cities.
Handwritten books penned by Muslim authors throughout history bear witness to their attachment to the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH).
A team of international archaeologists and restorers who are affiliated with the Archaeology Without Borders foundation has commenced the second season of its activity in Iran’s UNESCO-tagged Persepolis, which was once the ceremonial capital of the mighty Achaemenid Empire.
An ancient site bearing fossils of hundreds of million years ago has been discovered in northeastern Iran.
Ministers from Iran and Oman have discussed plans to remove visa restrictions for the Iranian and Omani travelers visiting each other’s countries.
The Museum of Science and Nature of Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz in Iran was inscribed by the International Council of Museums Committee for University Museums and Collections.
Several clay stamps dating back to the Achaemenid and Parthian eras have been dug out in archaeological excavations in northeastern Iran.
The body of a treasure hunter has been discovered 50 metres deep down a cave in north-west of Iran.
An ancient cave with human skeletons has been unearthed in archaeological excavations in Lavasan region near the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The historical palace of Ali Qapu in Iran’s Isfahan province dates back to the beginning of the eleventh century AH and is unique in its architectural and decorative arts.