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Lalejin; A World Craft City with Zero Unemployment Rate

The city of Lalejin in Iran’s Hamadan province is globally known for its pottery, and this has helped the World Craft City to decrease its unemployment rate to almost zero.

7-Year-Old Genius Builds His Own Toys

A 7-year-old Iranian boy builds the stuff he plays with on his own. The young boy is to represent Iran at L'Artigiano in Fiera International Craft Selling Exhibition on the slopes of the Alpine mountains this fall.

National Crafts Exhibition Underway in Tehran

The 30th edition of the National Crafts Exhibition of Iran was kicked off on August 25 at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairground.

Gemstone Processing; Untapped Business Opportunity for Iranians

Gemstone processing is a great area for investment, particularly in a resource-rich country like Iran. However, the country has a long way to go if it wants to use the untapped but profitable opportunity.

Iranian Researchers Develop Luminous Fibres for Rugs, Carpets

A group of Iranian researchers have developed luminous fibres which could be used in the production of rugs and carpets.

Coppersmiths’ Business Still Booming in Iran’s Yazd

The Coppersmiths’ Bazaar in the city of Yazd in central Iran has remained the hub of copperware trade and services after half a dozen centuries.

South Khorasan; Well-Known Centre of Diverse, Traditional Handicrafts

Iranian handicrafts and traditional arts, with a variety of about 300 types and a multi-thousand-year-old history, are among the most important tourist attractions of the country.

Iran Exports First Shipment of Mat Handicrafts to Qatar, UAE

Iran has for the first time exported its homegrown mat weaving products to the Persian Gulf states of the UAE and Qatar.

Iranian Woman Makes Football with Flags of All World Cup Teams

An Iranian woman from the city of Yazd has made a football on which the flags of 32 countries participating in FIFA World Cup 2018 can be seen.

Iran’s Lalejin; The Pottery Capital of the World

Lalejin, a city in the northwest of Iran’s Hamadan province, is known as the world’s capital of pottery, one of the first human artefacts and the objective representation of handicrafts in the minds of all people.

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