The upside-down Tulip is a unique wild flower species native to Iran’s mountainous regions.
The heavy rainfalls of the past two months in Iran have resulted in the formation of about 50 new lakes that did not exist before.
The valley of Judas trees is a must-see site located alongside the Sirvan River in Kurdistan province, western Iran.
Lorestan province in western Iran is known for its pristine nature, which is quite stunning during spring. What follows are Tasnim News Agency’s photos of...
Located near the city of Qom, central Iran, Kebar Dam is considered to be one of the oldest arched dams in the world.
Ilam province in southwestern Iran is an area full of tourist attractions due to its beautiful nature and pleasant weather.
Many farmers in Golestan province, northern Iran, are harvesting their echium crops these days.
Dehdez, a city in Izeh County of Khuzestan Province in the southwest of Iran, is considered as a hidden and lesser known region of the region.
Kharg, also spelled Khark, is a residential island of economic importance located in the Persian Gulf in Iran's territorial waters.
As in previous years, the Municipality of Mashhad in northeastern Iran has planted tulips in the city's parks, including Mellat Park, at the beginning of spring.