The northern and southern slopes of Alvand Mountain in Hamadan province, western Iran, provide suitable conditions for nomadic life.
An Iranian woman has turned her farmland into an exhibition of dolls she makes for fun at the sixth decade of her life.
A bee yard that Iranian old lady Fatemeh Mostafavi had inherited from her father has become a source of livelihood and a family business for her, helping her find foreign customers for the high-quality honey.
A young Iranian suffering from a disability that affects 98 percent of his muscles has been listed by a notable international organization that focuses on youths’ contribution to development as one of the “Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World.”
A prominent Iranian philosopher says not everything will return to the previous state when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
A clergyman in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad is mingling with lepers who have slipped into oblivion for years and who everyone stays away from.
Couples of short stature have gathered in a mosque in Tehran to participate in an aid program to help the poor people.
Many teachers in remote and underprivileged areas of Iran are making sacrifices to keep instructing their students amid the closure of schools because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An archaeologist has compared to coronavirus the images on a 7-thousand-year-old earthenware item which depict farmers in the south or north of Iran dancing and jumping for joy around their harvest.
Tehran’s Golestan Gallery has held a painting competition for children during the days of COVID-19 lockdown.