Shir Qaleh or the Castle of Lions is located on the top of a mountain in central Iran.
An Iranian village has come to be known as the “trash-free village” in the country as one may find no litter there.
One of the most interesting cemeteries in Iran’s capital belongs to the soldiers of Alliance who were killed during the two World Wars.
Located in Hendijan, southern Iran, Bahrakan is known as the largest fishing port in the country.
The Armenian cemeteries in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, southwestern Iran, are among the region's most interesting tourist attractions.
With an area of 12,000 square metres, the Grand Mosque of Qom is one of the largest religious, historical buildings in Iran.
The first "gallery alley" of Iran has been opened in the historical passage of Qavam Orangery, Shiraz.
Jirya is the name of a small village in Markazi province, central Iran, where a unique carpet with international reputation is woven.
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.
The mountainous nature in northwestern Iran, especially those located between Ardabil and Gilan provinces, has turned the region into one of the best places for lovers of off-road routes, especially mountain bikers.