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.
The recent finds have revealed that Persian tribes took up residence in Bojnourd at least 4,200 years ago.
Iranians celebrate Sepandarmazgan in which women, the Earth and life which all have one thing in common – reproduction – are respected and praised.
The draft of the memorandum of understanding has been handed to Italian officials for approval, said Ali Jannati.
The 349 artifacts which were recently returned home from Belgium have been unveiled at the National Museum of Iran with President Rouhani in attendance.
If future excavations confirm the assumptions of archeologists, the theory about the shrinking and final annihilation of the Burnt City should be fully revised.
After tests, the 7,000-year-old human skeleton is to be transferred to the National Museum of Iran to be put on display.
A considerable number of the country's 15,000 classic cars have either been scrapped or taken out of the country.
The archeological excavations in southern province of Hormozgan produced a pottery piece engraved with early orthography and an ancient stamp dating back to the 3rd millennium BC.
Dar ul-Funun, the first modern institute of higher education in Iran established in 1851 is to be restored; part of the complex will change into a museum of education.