Milad Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings and a symbol of the Iranian capital, turned red on the World AIDS Day on Saturday night November 30 in a bid to show Iran’s solidarity with HIV-infected patients.
Sporadic protests have erupted in various Iranian cities on Saturday one day after gasoline prices were tripled without any earlier announcement.
The first snowfall of autumn has blanketed many provinces of Iran, including the capital, Tehran, where citizens and officials have been surprised alike.
The Iranian capital’s District One is located in the north and northeast of Tehran and is one of the most popular tourist hubs of the city.
Thirty paratroopers, commandos and Special Forces recently jumped from Tehran’s iconic Milad Tower to demonstrate their military skills.
A group of Iranian girls from the southeastern city of Zahedan are decorating their underdeveloped city by drawing the world’s most famous works of art on the walls of the streets.
As Shiite mourners in Iran and the rest of the world prepare to mourn Imam Hussein’s martyrdom anniversary, some people decorate their cities and towns with symbols related to Karbala events.
Abolfazl Mahjouri is a creative man living in a south-eastern neighbourhood of Iran’s capital, Tehran. He has become a popular local figure because of the beautiful flower pots he has used to ornament his house’s facade.
About 3,200 square metres of walls in Navab street on the banks of Navab river in Qazvin have been painted on the occasion of Qazvin cultural week.
A lake and garden representing different forms of art have been inaugurated in the Iranian capital.