The latest news and views about Iran’s Ardabil province
A cold snap has hit the northwestern Iranian province of Ardebil, with the capital Ardebil recording a temperature of minus 15 degrees centigrade on Saturday night and temperatures dropping to as low as 17 degrees centigrade in Nayyer area.
An unmanned aerial vehicle, which is said to be an Israeli-made drone belonging to the Azerbaijani military, has crashed in Parsabad Moghan County in Iran’s Ardabil Province.
President Hassan Rouhani has launched three major power and water projects in Kermanshah, Ardabil, and East Azarbaijan provinces in western and north-western Iran.
A full-glass suspension bridge has become operational in northwestern Iran.
A new ancient region with about 10,000 historical stone carvings has been discovered in the Iranian city of Meshkinshahr in Ardabil province, northwest of the country.
Iranian people observe many traditional customs ahead of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. One of them is a ceremony called “No-Usti” held in Ardabil on the last Wednesday of Iranian calendar year.
At least seven people have been killed and 85 others wounded in the heavy snowfall and avalanches that hit northern Iran, especially Gilan and Ardabil provinces.
The pristine nature of Meshe-Sui Hot Spring in north-western Iran attracts many tourists every year.
Some plant fossils dating back to several million years ago have been found in north-west of Iran, says the Head of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department of Meshginshahr in Ardabil province
Iran says it is opening the world’s first curved glass suspension bridge in the northwestern Province of Ardabil soon.
People in the cities of Ardabil and Tabriz in north-western Iran attended snowman and snow sculpture festivals on Sunday, creating beautiful sculptures using the heavy snow that blanketed the two cities during the past week.
A winter festival is being held in the northwestern Iranian province of Ardabil, the hub of snow and winter tourism in Iran.
Sheikh Safi al-Din’s Shrine is the tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili located in Iran’s northwestern Ardabil province. Sheikh Safi was an eminent leader of an Islamic school established by the Safavids.
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