The latest news and views about Iran’s Golestan Province
Bandar Torkaman is a port city located 40 kilometres west of the city of Gorgan in northern Iranian Golestan province.
Every year, farmers of Golidagh in Golestan province, north-eastern Iran, dedicate hundreds of hectares of land to sunflower cultivation.
Many farmers in Golestan province, northern Iran, are harvesting their echium crops these days.
Beautiful blossoms sprout and bloom in Golestan province, northern Iran, during the last days of winter.
Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran are home to various species surviving millions of years.
Thanks to their suitable weather conditions and vegetation, Iranian wetlands are popular destinations for various migratory birds, especially at the beginning of the cold season.
Golestan Forest, the oldest registered national park of Iran and a unique wildlife sanctuary, is located in the country’s northeast.
China’s ambassador to Iran says the number of Chinese tourists in Iran has increased with the efforts of the Iranian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts and thanks to the cancellation of visa regime for Chinese tourists, but it is still far from the optimal goal.
Mohsen Haddadi, a ranger protecting Golestan National park in northern Iran, has created a photo collection of the beautiful area’s wildlife during a one-year period.
The longest fast-breaking table in the holy month of Ramadan has been set in a Sunni-majority flood-stricken town in northern Iran.
The first exhibition of meteorites from the Lut Desert of Iran has opened at the Golestan Palace World Heritage Site in Tehran.
Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation has dispatched a video game van to a flood-hit area in the north to raise the morale of children in the makeshift camps.
A group of flood-hit couples in the northern Iranian province of Golestan has celebrated their weddings in makeshift camps despite all the hardships.
An ancient structure in Iran's northern Golestan province has proved to be resistant to the recent flash floods which hit much of the country over the past weeks.
Iranian children in flood-hit areas are playfully living in their own world, with great hope about their lives, despite all the devastation and dozens of deaths caused by the recent floods across the country.
The school and mosque of Karim Ishan located in Kalaleh County in the northern Iranian province of Golestan is a structure built during the Qajar era.
Iranian armed forces and civil bodies have been deployed in northern Iran as flash floods seriously affected people of Golestan and Mazandaran provinces, leaving behind casualties and making thousands displaced.
Wedding ceremony of the Kazakhs residing in Iran’s Bandar Torkaman, northern Golestan province is held for two days in a completely traditional way.
The city of Gorgan and its surrounding forests in northern Iran are highly attractive for tourists looking for the beauties of autumn.
Traditional meals cooked in Turkmen communities in Iran are among the most interesting tourist attractions of the country.
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