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The latest reports and photos of Iran’s Cultural Heritage

Persian Qanats

Persian Qanats Registered on World Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in its 40th session since July 10 in Turkey, inscribed eleven Persian Qantas on the World Heritage List.
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4,600-year-old grave unearthed in Burnt City

The discovery of an ancient grave of a 40-year old woman, which dates back to 4,600 years, has registered a new record in the history of Iran’s excavations.
Mofakham Mirror House, Iran

Mirror House of Mofakham; Wonderful Persian Mansion

Mofakham mirror house, a beautiful epitome of Persian architecture, is part of a big traditional garden complex in Bojnourd, North Khorasan, northeastern Iran.
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Underground City of Nooshabad

Nooshabad, known as Ouyi to locals, is an underground city with many passages and chambers in Isfahan Province in central Iran. It is one of the world's most remarkable underground cities and dates back to the pre-Islamic era.

Fathabad Garden in southern Iran (PHOTOS)

After Government of Prudence and Hope took office, the garden was restored.
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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Burnt City of Alborz

The Burnt City in Eshtehard, a city in Alborz Province, [not to be confused with the Burnt City in southeastern Iran which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site] is home to manmade mountain dwellings which date back to 1000 years ago.
Historical Fort of Babak in Northwestern Iran

Historical Fort of Babak in Northwestern Iran

Images of Babak historical Fort, a classic example of Iranian architecture.
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Iranian rock village registered as UNESCO World Heritage Site (PHOTOS)

Photos of Meymand Village, an Iranian ancient site which is believed to be among primary human residences.
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A look at Iran’s registered and unregistered heritage at UNESCO

Some countries have succeeded in having disputed intellectual property registered in their own names and it’s too late to undo things.
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Iran plans to offer Alamut Fortress to UNESCO

Iran is planning to apply for UNESCO World Heritage Site status for the Alamut Castle.