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Ali-Asghar Mounesan, the head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organisation (ICHTO), says eleven thousands of valuable ancient relics belonging to Persepolis will return to the country based on the US Supreme Court’s ruling.
Yannick Lintz, the director of Islamic Art at the Louvre Museum, has hailed the unique features of Persian art during the Qajar era, highlighting the need for conducting further research to rediscover Persian artworks created in the nineteenth century.
A group of Iranian and German scientists has started the second phase of its joint research into Varamin Plain in southern Tehran with the main goal of understanding the area’s climate in prehistoric eras.
The city of Isfahan in central Iran is hosting dozens of cultural events this weekend which mark a national day in the Persian calendar dedicated to the popular tourist destination.
Archaeological excavations in a site in Western Iran show the area had been jointly used by the Neanderthals (primary humans) and Homo sapiens (wise humans), and they probably have married together.
43 historical coins belonging to Elymais era have been seized from smugglers in Iran’s southern Khuzestan province.
The Kordolia underground city, located in the town of Tiran in Isfahan province, central Iran, is one of the world’s most unique subterranean cities.
Certain individuals have possibly been trying to smuggle out of Iran old tombstones of Poles at an historical cemetery in the capital, Tehran.