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A collection of reports and photos of Iran’s tourist attractions

Fash Village; Hub of Musical Instrument Making in Iran

Fash is a unique village in Kermanshah province in Western Iran, where about 150 people are engaged in production of traditional musical instruments.

Historical Village of Fahraj: A Gem in Heart of Iran Deserts

Fahraj, located 30 kilometres east of Yazd in central Iran, is an ancient village in the heart of Iranian deserts dating back to pre-Islamic times.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Shalmash Cascades

There is a cluster of waterfalls called "Shalmash" near a village with the same name on the outskirts of the city of Sardasht in Iran’s West Azarbaijan province.

Beauty of Persian Gulf More Tangible at Parsian Coast

Each year, from late December to mid-April, tourists arriving in Iran’s southern waters face an amazing scene: the green plants of the shoreline, which can be best seen at a coast called Parsian.

Rituals for Rain: Legacy of Drought in Eastern Iran

Since a long time ago, South Khorasan province in eastern Iran has been home to numerous rituals where locals pray for rain.

Women in Bushehr Make Delicious Breads to Welcome Nowruz

Housewives in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr welcome the advent of the Persian New Year by making different types of bread.

135mn-Year-Old Cave: A Mysterious Tourist Attraction in Iran

An ancient cave in southwestern Iran draws large numbers of tourists and cavers every year thanks to its mysterious nature.

Iran’s World Heritage Sites: Ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil

The Ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil, located in Khuzestan province in south-western Iran, is a temple of the 13th century BCE that the Elamites had built for their gods.

Iranian Farmer Doing Best to Save Crocodiles from Extinction

A man in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in southeastern Iran has dedicated his life to saving mugger crocodiles.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ramsar Boulevard

Ramsar or Moallem Boulevard, a symbol of the city of Ramsar in Mazandaran province, is one of the most beautiful roads in northern Iran, which links the sea, mountain and forest together.

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