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Louvre Museum President Visits Iran’s Isfahan

Jean-Luc Martinez, the President of ​the ​Louvre Museum, ​took a trip to the central Iranian city of Isfahan​, where he and his delegation visited...

Jame Mosque of Nain , Iran’s Third Oldest

Jame Mosque of Nain has a single brick-made minaret and a 700-year-old wood carving marquetry pulpit which are built without using a single nail!

“I Love Isfahan” in Naghshe Jahan Sq.

A human chain forming the words "I Love Isfahan" was created in Naghshe Jahan Square in the historic city of Isfahan, to mark the...

Fire Temple in Isfahan, Sassanid-era Relic (PHOTOS)

The fire temple of Isfahan is a Sassanid-era Zoroastrian sacred temples. The fire temple is part of an archaeological complex is located on a hill...

Mid-East’s second largest shopping mall shines in Isfahan

On the outskirts of Iran’s historic city of Isfahan, one of the largest shopping malls in the Middle East has taken shape.

Isfahan designated UNESCO Creative City of crafts and folk art

The designation comes after Isfahan was named a World Crafts City in September by the World Crafts Council.

Migratory birds in Zayandeh Rood River (PHOTOS)

The arrival of the birds came a week after water began flowing again on the river bed of Zayandeh Rood.

Czech top diplomat visits Isfahan (PHOTOS)

Lubomir Zaoralek arrived in Isfahan and was welcomed by the historical province's governor general.

Volunteer rescue operation to save fish stranded in Zayanderud (PHOTOS)

Nature lovers got together in Isfahan to rescue fish stuck in muddy ponds of the city’s famous river.

Iran in Photos: 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.