The Vanguard Museum in Gilan province, northern Iran, recounts stories of world wars to preserve the past heritage for future generations.
The image of a blood-soaked handkerchief belonging to Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar, the 19th-century Iranian king, has been put on public display at the Golestan Palace, the former royal complex of the Qajar Dynasty in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Haaj Ebrahim’s cow moves only when it hears him singing, which has turned into a tourist attraction in the town of Varzaneh in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.
The Takieh of Moaven-ul-Molk in western Iranian city of Kermanshah is the country's finest Hosseinieh, a distinctively Shiite shrine where plays are acted out during the Islamic month of Muharram to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the third Shiite Imam.
The Palace of Ardeshir Babakan (Papakan) in Fars province, southern Iran, dates back to the Sassanid era.
The Sharafkhaneh port is one of the largest and oldest ports of Lake Urmia in northwestern Iran.
The Time Museum is a historical house in an upscale Tehran neighbourhood and dates back to the Qajar era.
Rig-e Yalan is a pristine and wonderful region home to the world’s highest sand dunes which measure up to 500 metres in height.
The historical Nasser-ad-Din-Mirza House is one of two dome-shaped monuments in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The Little Iran Park is a site located in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran, which showcases Iranian culture and history on a small scale.