A collection of reports and photos of Iran’s tourist attractions
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The German ambassador to Tehran has come up with a novel idea to open up a new path in Iran-Germany cooperation in the tourism industry.
An exhibition of analog photos of Iran's Lut Desert by Italian photographer John R. Pepper is underway in Tehran.
Potash Complex of Khur in Isfahan province is one of the largest potash reserves in the Middle East. The complex is located in the salt deserts of Dasht-e Kavir, about 450 kilometers away from the city of Isfahan.
The fields of Kurdistan province in western Iran are among the most suitable ones for cultivating sunflower, whose seeds are widely used in Iran for oil extraction.
The Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forest is a region in the southern margin of the Caspian Sea, covering an area of 55,000 square kilometres, located on the southern and south-eastern parts of the Caspian Sea.
The Persian House is a model that has been developed in recent years and drawn many visitors, but its high price has put off the enthusiasts.
Ganjnameh Cave Aquarium is an amazing tourist attraction located in a huge complex called Ganjnameh Tourist Resort in Hamadan Province, west of Iran.
The Iranian city of Hamadan has been chosen as Asia’s hub of tourism in 2018 by the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD).
Ya’qoob Qoshooni is an 80-year-old artist from the tourist town of Kaleybar in the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan.