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The Baghleq cemetery is an ancient graveyard located in northeastern Iran with standing wooden posts.
The Vank Cathedral of Isfahan, which is considered a unique structure in the Christian world for its Persian architecture, is home to the world's smallest prayer book.
Iran is participating in an exhibition underway in the Chinese capital of Beijing dedicated to showcasing Asian Civilization.
Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicraft and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) says the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago is ready to deliver another batch of the remaining Achaemenid inscriptions in its possession to Iran.
Iran has unveiled an old manuscript of the holy Quran, which is attributed to Imam Ali, the first Shiite Imam, and considered one of the oldest and most complete manuscripts of the holy book.
The two-story aqueduct of Iran’s Ardestan, known as “Moon Aqueduct”, is the strangest and the only two-story qanat in the world.
Firefighters have managed to contain a fire that engulfed the grand bazaar of Tabriz, a world heritage site and the world’s largest covered bazaar, on Wednesday night.
Amir Chakhmaq water reservoir, a remnant of the Timurid era, is one of the unique water storage facilities of the Iranian city of Yazd.