Jamshidieh Park is one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in north of Tehran located in a mountainous region with stony pavements.
There is a river flowing between the rocky and towering mountains of Zagros in Iran’s western province of Lorestan which has artistically carved them downwards creating a wonderful canyon called Helt.
Sour or red tea used to be an imported product introduced to Iran mainly from Saudi Arabia, but in recent years it has been cultivated in some parts of Iran.
Iran has long been home to a wide range of purebred horses, including the Caspian and Arabian breeds, which are mentioned in historical documents like the travelogue of Marco Polo.
The price of most horses in the world is determined by their speed, breed and other capabilities in horse racing. However, sometimes a horse’s beauty plays a key role in setting its price. Akhal-Teke is a Turkmen horse which boasts the title of the most beautiful and expensive horse of the world.
Dumuli, a village in north-western Iran, is home to an amazing geopark which annually attracts thousands of tourists to Ardabil province.
An old male Persian leopard named Borzou has moved 20 kilometers from the Iranian border to enter Turkmenistan. This is the first time the leopard’s movement between two regional countries is being recorded.
Mehdi Chalani, an Iranian environmental photographer, has managed to snap some unique pictures of three Persian leopards living in a protected area in the central province of Semnan.
Sirik Lagoon, located 35 km from the city of Sirik in Hormozgan Province, southern Iran, is one of the most amazing tropical wetlands in the country.
Damages inflicted on the environment and human’s negative impacts on the nature and the wild life were the main theme of an exhibition recently held by an Iranian artist in the capital city Tehran.