The eighth edition of Karaj Tulip Festival, which was supposed to open to the public at the beginning of spring, remained without visitors due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Iran.
The water level of Lake Urmia in West Azarbaijan province has started to rise, following the spring rainfalls and the release of the province’s dam waters.
The coronavirus has forced Iranians to change their traditional habit and stay home this year on the ancient national festival of Sizdah Bedar or the Nature's Day.
Sistan and Baluchestan Province, located in southeastern Iran, is the second largest province of the country.
A village in northeast Iran boasts an area with legendary and marvelous pieces of rock which, strangely enough, lie next to each other in a regular order as if they were once humans.
Kal Namak or the Salt River of Tabas is a beautiful river in South Khorasan province, eastern Iran.
While the entire Iran is struggling to cope with the outbreak of coronavirus, five southern provinces have braced themselves for another uninvited guest -the swarms of locusts some of which consists of two billion hungry insects.
Beautiful blossoms sprout and bloom in Golestan province, northern Iran, during the last days of winter.
Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdistan province in western Iran, is covered by snow during its winter days.
Trees in Mehriz, a city in central Iran, have sprouted beautiful blossoms during the last month of the winter.