Komaj is a traditional type of bread that is baked in almost all regions of Yazd Province, but there is an outstanding difference in the ingredients, in a way that the Komaj baked in Bafgh could be presented as a type of “traditional cake.” The art of cooking Komaj in Bafgh has been registered on the list of Iran’s intangible cultural heritage.
Tar Halva is a traditional dessert from Iran’s southern city of Shiraz, cooked mainly in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Moghadam Museum is a historical house in Tehran which contains many priceless historical objects.
The historical Haj-Qoli-Khan house is one of the ancient homes in the central Iranian city of Qom.
The town of Kahak in Iran’s north-central Qom province boasts picturesque scenery as well as historical monuments much revered by Iranians.
Muqarnas is a kind of ornamented work in Iranian architecture and has contributed to the evolution of some forms of art.
Iran’s Treasury of National Jewels is a treasure-trove of rare, priceless jewellery and one of the world’s biggest collections of gold.
Mohammad Moein was a prominent Iranian researcher and professor whose house in Tehran has turned into a museum.
The Iraqi-imposed war on Iran officially began on September 22, 1980 when the Iraqi military launched offensives against southern and western Iranian cities and conducted an airstrike on Mehrabad International Airport in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Bandar Torkaman is a port city located 40 kilometres west of the city of Gorgan in northern Iranian Golestan province.
The mansion of Mostofi-ol Mamalek is a 125-year-old Qajar building which somehow represents the contemporary history of Iran.