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Iran Attractions in Photos: Yazd Mirror Palace

Mirror Palace mansion (Qasr-e Ayeneh) in Iran’s central city of Yazd is one of the country’s tourist attractions that dates back to the first Pahlavi era. The mansion is known as Museum of Mirrors and Lighting since 1998.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Pahneh Bath Museum in Semnan

The Pahneh Bath, or the Hazrat Bath, is among popular historical sites of the central province of Semnan, luring thousands of domestic and foreign tourists each year.

Ancient Cuneiform Discovered in Iran’s Kermanshah Province

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a cuneiform inscription on a hill in Kheybar Village in Ravansar County of Kermanshah province, western Iran.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ancient City of Khaf

Khaf is a historical city in Khorasan Razavi province in eastern Iran, bordering with Afghanistan.

Book of Hours of Louis XII to Be Unveiled in Tehran on Christmas

The library of the Museum of Niavaran is going to unveil the Book of Hours of Louis XII on the occasion of Christmas.

Historical House in Tehran Converted into Hostel for Tourists

The Pahlevan Razzaz guesthouse, a historical building in downtown Tehran, has been turned into a hostel for foreign tourists.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Historical Chogan Canyon

The historical Chogan Canyon is located 23 kilometers away from the city of Kazeroun in Fars Province, southern Iran.

Iran Hosts “Yalda, Christmas Festival” to Strengthen Inter-Cultural Ties

The first festival of “Yalda and Christmas” was held in the Iranian capital Tehran on the eve of the Yalda Night, the longest night of the year which has long been celebrated on the last night of autumn by Iranians since ancient times.

Archaeological Museum of Tehran Opens to Public

The Archaeological Museum of Tehran has been officially opened as part of the National Museum of Iran to display objects unearthed in the historical city of Tehran.

11,000 Ancient Objects to Be Returned to Iran from US

Ali-Asghar Mounesan, the head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organisation (ICHTO), says eleven thousands of valuable ancient relics belonging to Persepolis will return to the country based on the US Supreme Court’s ruling.

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