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Rayen Citadel

Rayen Citadel in Southern Iran (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery featuring the ancient site of Rayen Citadel in the southern city of Kerman.
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100-plus ancient epigraphs return home from US (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery of the arrival home from the US of 108 Persian epigraphs dug out decades ago in Chogha Mish Hills in southern Iran.
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Saadabad Palace’s kitchen opens to public as a museum (PHOTOS)

Photos of the Royal Kitchen Museum at Saadabad complex in northern Tehran.
Historical house of Imam Khomeini

Historical house of Imam Khomeini in his hometown (PHOTOS)

A photo gallery that features the ancestral home of Founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini in his hometown in Markazi Province.
Ghasr Garden Museum

Qasr Garden Museum Built in Former Prison in Tehran

Qasr Garden Museum has set out on a long journey, turning from a park to a mansion, a prison and finally a garden museum.
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Book, Paper Conservation-Restoration Center at parliament’s library

A photo gallery that depicts efforts by Iranian experts to restore books and documents at the Book and Paper Conservation-Restoration Center of parliament’s library.
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Portuguese Castle in Southeastern Iran

Located in southeastern Iran, the Portuguese Castle dates back to 16th century; when the Portuguese intended to conquer the world.
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Old locks have literally seen better days in Iran (Photos)

The old lock making craft is close to becoming history in Iran.
Kerman Qanats

Kerman qanats up for global registration

A cultural heritage official in Kerman Province has said that Iran has submitted to UNESCO three qanats in Kerman as its nominees for the World Heritage List.
4200-year-old Zoroastrian grave

A 4,200-year-old Zoroastrian grave found in northeastern Iran

The recent finds have revealed that Persian tribes took up residence in Bojnourd at least 4,200 years ago.