Located in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, Ardal and Mashayekh is a temperate mountainous region with magnificent sceneries.
Jirya is the name of a small village in Markazi province, central Iran, where a unique carpet with international reputation is woven.
Iranian artist Atash Shahkarami is holding an exhibition of her paintings called "The Bones" at Tehran’s Vista gallery.
Jahan-Nama Museum, which contains collections of artworks from all over the world, is located in Sahebqaraniyeh Palace, northern Tehran.
At a depth of 60 kilometres in the central Lut Desert there is a valley created by a lack of vegetation and high soil erosion known as the Snake Tongue Canyon.
Ancient artefacts belonging to Iran have been handed over to the Iranian representative in Austria via legal formalities.
Khulak weaving, the art of weaving a special type of curtain using reeds, is a profession practiced by many people living near the Hamun Lake in the underdeveloped Sistan and Baluchestan Province, south-east of Iran.
An Iranian woman has turned her farmland into an exhibition of dolls she makes for fun at the sixth decade of her life.
Khoda-Afarin mountain pass is one of the most dangerous ones crossed by Iranian nomads in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province in the country’s south-west.
Toreutics or the art of engraving patterns on metal objects is a traditional art in Iran that has long been practised by many people in different parts of the country.