The clay figurine of a white dove made by Iranian children as a symbol of peace has returned home from Austria, one of the many nations to have received the little birds with encouraging messages.
Shiraz is globally known as the city of poets, gardens, nightingales and flowers. It is one of the key tourism sites in the Middle East, particularly thanks to its cultural heritage which is of global importance.
A number of weapons and vehicles seized from the ISIS terrorist group has been put on show at the Holy Defence Museum in Tehran.
The traditional bazaar of Tabriz in north-western Iran is one of the oldest and most beautiful grocery markets of the country.
Andrea Stramaccioni, a well-known Italian football coach currently managing Iran’s Esteghlal FC, seems to be satisfied with bringing his family to Tehran.
Iraqi Arabs have formed a neighbourhood, called Dowlatabad, in the south of the Iranian capital of Tehran. The quarter, located in Shahr-e Rey, has gradually turned into a tourist attraction for those who want to taste Arabic dishes.
Iran has always surprised foreigners who visit the ancient country for the first time. Getting back to their country, the visitors share their experiences with their fellowmen.
Incessant rainfall has pushed up water levels at Choghakhor lagoon in southwestern Iran, improving the environmental conditions there and reviving a vital source of income for locals.
Iraq has removed visa requirements for Iranian pilgrims going to the Arab country for Arba’een rituals based on an agreement signed by the two sides in Tehran.
Foreign travellers visiting Iran are, in the majority of cases, quite content with the way they are treated in the country, and this good feeling has attracted many tourists.