Shir Qaleh or the Castle of Lions is located on the top of a mountain in central Iran.
The skeleton of a Parthian woman has been unearthed during archaeological excavations on a historical hill in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.
One of the most interesting cemeteries in Iran’s capital belongs to the soldiers of Alliance who were killed during the two World Wars.
The first windmills of the world were built around 1,000 years ago in Sistan region, south-eastern Iran.
The Armenian cemeteries in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, southwestern Iran, are among the region's most interesting tourist attractions.
The first "gallery alley" of Iran has been opened in the historical passage of Qavam Orangery, Shiraz.
The Police in Iran’s capital of Tehran have disbanded an antique dealing ring, confiscating 750 antique coins dating back to 3,000 years ago.
Zarbaft is the most exquisite and legendary Persian textile which was once a world-famous fabric.
Two ancient structures dating back to the Parthian Empire (Arsacid Empire) have been unearthed in central Iran.
The Monastery of Saint Thaddeus in north-western Iran is considered by some experts to be the oldest church of the Christian world.