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Persian Domes

French Book Portrays Persian Domes

A book on Iranian art and architecture, titled 'Les Coupoles Persanes', (in English 'Persian Cupolas: the Art of Skies and the Earth'), has been published in France.

$340m Allocated to Tourism Development in Iran

An Iranian tourism official announced that facilities as much as $340 million will be allocated to the private sector’s investment in tourism.

Iran Turning to Trendy Destination for Foreign Tourists: Le Figaro

Since the historic nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers came into effect last year, foreign media outlets have been introducing Iran as a must-see destination in 2017, anticipating a great future for the country’s untapped tourism industry.
Foreign Tourists- Isfahan

Tourists from 180 Countries Can Obtain E-Visa in Iran’s Urmia

Citizens of 180 countries around the world will be able to obtain e-visas upon arrival at the Urmia International Airport in northwestern Iran, an Iranian official announced.

Visiting Iran Will Become Even Cheaper: MP

The cost of traveling across Iran will go down before the end of the Iranian year (March 20), according to an Iranian lawmaker.

Aviation Security Important Factor to Attract Tourists to Iran

A Christian Iranian MP believes that the safety of air transportation in Iran is an important factor in the attraction of tourists.
Burnik Cave

Tehran’s Longest Cave in Austria Caving Guidebook

An Austrian caver has published the map of Burnik, the longest cave of Tehran, in an Austrian caving guidebook.
Sa’d al-Saltaneh

Depths of History in World’s Biggest Urban Caravanserai

The 135-year-old Caravanserai of Sa’d al-Saltaneh is the world’s biggest urban caravanserai located in Iranian city of Qazvin.
Medical Tourism

Iran’s Medical Tourism Revenues Have Doubled in Past Year

Iran’s revenues from medical tourism have seen a more than two-fold increase over the past 12 months, an Iranian official noted.
Gautier Leclerc-lut

No Trace Yet of Missing French Tourist in Iran

Five months on since Gautier Leclerc, a French tourist, went missing in the Loot Desert in east-central Iran, no trace of him has been found yet despite nonstop search operations.

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