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Two families are leading a primitive life in dark caves on heights near the city of Andika in southern Iran, seeking to preserve the land of their ancestors.
Eleven candidates have been shortlisted for the Persian of the Year, a title awarded by the Channel One of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB).
Doing exercises by elderly men and women not only is useful for their health, but also can increase life expectancy in a society, as it has had its impact during the past few years.
A city councilor says Iranians have, throughout history, put their lives on the line to defend their homeland.
Stephane de Gerando, a French composer and multimedia artist who recently visited Iran for the very first time to put on a video-mapping performance, said he is impressed by the beauties of Iran and the nation’s hospitality.
Mohammad Beheshti, a senior cultural analyst and Iranian official, says the art of Iranians is that they have always fought for peace throughout history while some countries have fought for domination.
An Azeri woman and her biological siblings, unknown to each other for over six decades, met for the very first time in Iran.
While the Iranian capital Tehran is suffering from severe air pollution and its beauties are being covered under a thick layer of black smoke, a young artist has launched an individual campaign for children.
A 121-year-old Iranian man with dozens of grandchildren and great-grandchildren leads a simple life in in old village in the south of the country.