Sunday, July 3, 2022

Kerman Province

Art Event in Kerman Keeps Memory of Dried Trees Alive

Wood Memory, an art event where Kerman’s dried trees are turned into artworks, is being held in this desert city’s Maths Park and National Library.

Kerman Desert; Land of Unknown Wonders

Despite being located in a hot and dry climate, Kerman province in the central Iran has many lakes which are considered as wonderful natural attractions for tourists.

Visit Some Strange, Attractive Hotels in Iran

Iran is home to a number of attractive accommodation facilities which tempt every tourist to stay there. See some of the most strange hotels in Iran!

Pateh-Sewing; Folk Art of Women in Iran’s Kerman

Pateh is one of the most common and unique needlework arts in the Iranian province of Kerman.

‘Bakers Battalion’ Making Bread for Flood-Hit Iranians

A group of Iranian female bakers from the city of Khanuk in Kerman Province, southern Iran, have baked 3,000 local breads to send to flood-stricken areas of the country.

Nowruz Customs in Various Cities of Iran

The Persian New Year or Nowruz is celebrated in a wide range of ways in different cities of Iran as there are many different ethnic groups and a great cultural diversity across the country. However, there are also some Nowruz customs that are the same among all the people living in Iran.

Chamomile Dish; Persian Food Suitable for Cold

Chamomile dish is one of the traditional Zoroastrian foods in the Iranian province of Kerman which is also popular in the southern city of Shiraz.

5,000-year-old Antiques Discovered in Iran’s Jiroft

Police officials of Jiroft in Iran’s central Kerman province say they have found antique objects that are about 5000 years old.

Iran to Establish Four Space Tourism Parks

An Iranian official says the country plans to establish four space tourism parks in the desert cities of Kashan, Damghan, Qeshm and Kerman to further promote the tourist attractions of these cities.

Iran to Host Third Silk Road Ultra-Marathon

The 3rd International Ultra-marathon competition is planned to be held in the Shahdad area of Lut desert from September 29 to October 6, an Iranian official said.

Ancient Artefacts Seized from Smugglers in Southern Iran

An Iranian official says a number of antiquities belonging to the third millennium BCE have been discovered and reclaimed in southern Iran in an anti-smuggling operation.

5,000-Year-Old Antiques Found in Southern Iran

Iranian police forces have found at least three antique pieces dating back to 5,000 years ago in the southern city of Jiroft in Kerman Province.

Rare Crab Species Found in Qanats of Iran’s Kerman

A rare species of freshwater crab has been found at the depths of a qanat – the ancient underground irrigation canals – in the city of Mahan in Kerman province.

Iran Marks Inscription of Bam Citadel as World Heritage

Iran recently held the first edition of an international festival to mark the inscription of Bam citadel and its cultural landscape on the List of World Heritage sites by the UNESCO in its 14th anniversary.

Iranian Women Front-Runners in Handicrafts Industry

Iranian women involved in the handicrafts industry preserve traditional arts while making a living from the traditional activity.

Iran, Land of Diverse Ramadan Traditions

Special ancient traditions are still practiced in a number of Iranian cities during the holy month of Ramadan in addition to the common rituals and customs practiced nationwide.

Rageh Canyon; Paradise at Heart of Desert

Rageh Valley is one of the unique natural phenomena of the city of Rafsanjan in Kerman Province, southern Iran, and also one of the most famous tourist attractions of the province.

Kerman Province; Popular Destination at Heart of Iranian Deserts

Kerman, the largest province in Iran with an ancient history, is home to numerous world heritage sites which annually attract millions of visitors.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Shazdeh Mahan Garden

Shahzadeh Mahan Garden, also known as the Shazdeh Garden, is one of the most beautiful Persian gardens in Iran, located in the hillside of Tigran Mountain, about 2 kilometres away from Mahan in Kerman province.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Bam Citadel

The Arg-e Bam or Bam Citadel is the largest adobe building in the world, located in Bam, a city in Kerman Province which was devastated in a deadly earthquake in 2003.

Iran’s Kerman Province Home to Globally-Registered Qanats

Kerman province in southeastern Iran is home to hundreds of qanats through which underground waters have long been extracted by local people.

Haj-Agha Ali House; Historic Masterpiece in Heart of Iranian Deserts

The Haj-Agha Ali House is a historic house located six kilometres away from Rafsanjan in Kerman Province.

Glory of Persian Architecture in Ganjali Khan Bath

Ganj-Ali Khan Historical Complex, including a spectacular bathhouse with the same name, is one of the most beautiful historical sites in Iran’s south-eastern Kerman province.

Joy of Checking into Iran’s First Mud-Hut Hotel

It has been a couple of years since Iran’s first mud-hut hotel was opened to tourists in the city of Ghalehganj in southern Kerman province, southeast Iran.

Massive Earthquake in Southeast Iran Wounds 51 People

A strong 6-magnitude earthquake has hit southeastern Iran on Friday, injuring over 50 people and destroying several homes in Kerman province.

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