Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Kerman Province

Iranian Craftsmen Turn Palm Leaves into Superb Artworks

The residents of the city of Jiroft in the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman weave the leaves of palm tree and create very beautiful handicrafts.

Iran’s Economuseum Turns into Major Tourist Attraction

An ancient building in southeastern Iran has been converted into a museum of traditional professions which draws large number of visitors.

Kilim-Weaving; A 400-Year-Old Iranian Art

While Iranians have been weaving Kilim, a traditional type of rug, for the past 400 years, the art of making these handicrafts is just going to be internationally recognized after being registered by the World Crafts Council.

Foreign Tourists Prefer Rural Houses to 5-Star Hotels in Iran’s Kerman

Figures show that there has been a significant increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman over the past few years, a large number of whom have been highly interested in staying at local guest houses.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Kerman Province

Kerman province in southeastern Iran is home to numerous tourist attractions annually visited by thousands of tourists, particularly during Nowruz holidays.

Iran Working on Landmark Project to Transfer Water to Arid Areas

Iran says it is implementing a landmark project to divert water from the Gulf of Oman to its central plateau – a project that could not only address the country’s surging water crisis but could also help push ahead relevant economic plans in host regions.

Tourist Destinations in Iran You Should Visit before You Die

Iran has several natural tourist destination with exotic views that you should visit before you leave this world.

Jazmourian Wetland Under Threat

Nestled between the provinces of Kerman and Sistan-Baluchestan, Jazmourian is one of two major wetlands in southeast Iran, the other being the Hamouns. Both are on the knife-edge of complete desiccation as a result of climate change, excessive dam construction and the depletion of groundwater resources.

Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine

The Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine is a historical complex, located in Mahan, Kerman province, which was built during the Safavid Dynasty.

Sadé festival in Kerman, Yazd

Sade festival is celebrated 40 days after winter solstice in Iran. The festival is observed by Iranian Zoroastrians to celebrate the emergence of fire. The festival...

Shazdeh Garden in Iranian desert (PHOTOS)

The rectangular 5.5 hectare walled garden which features two beautiful mansions has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Remarkable desert formations in southeastern Iran

Every corner of the desert is home to archeological sites dating back to the fourth millennium B.C. and the Islamic.

Kerman Bazaar; Historical Market in Southern Iran

Different sections of the ancient bazaar were constructed during the reign of different rulers of the city.

Fathabad Garden in Southern Iran (PHOTOS)

After Government of Prudence and Hope took office, Fathabad garden- a historical place dating back to Qajar era- has been restored.

Iranian Rock Village Registered as UNESCO World Heritage Site

Photos of Meymand Village, an Iranian ancient site which is believed to be among primary human residences.

Kafe Namak or Salt Lake in Sirjan (Photos)

Namak Lake in Sirjan, Kerman Province, is one of the unique, beautiful faces of nature in southern Iran.

Latest news