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Europeans Need to Know More about Iran: Danish Archaeologist

A Danish archaeologist says Europeans need to know more about Iran, as ancient sites in Iran symbolize some of the most significant turning points in history.

Biglar Beigi Tekyeh; Fabulous Hall with Mirror Works

Biglar Beigi Tekyeh is a valuable building in the historical neighbourhoods of the ancient and beautiful city of Kermanshah in western Iran.

Ancient Cuneiform Discovered in Iran’s Kermanshah Province

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a cuneiform inscription on a hill in Kheybar Village in Ravansar County of Kermanshah province, western Iran.

Iran President Orders Swift Efforts to Help Quake-Hit People

Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani has called for all-out efforts to provide assistance to those affected by a powerful earthquake in western Kermanshah Province, which left over 700 people injured.

Iran’s Kermanshah Once Again Hit by Strong Quake

Over 350 people have been injured in a strong 6.3-magnitude earthquake in western Iran, also felt in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

Iranian People Observing National Book Week

The 26th National Book Week has started in Iran with various events and programs organized across the country to promote the culture of buying and reading books.

Kermanshah Hosts Doll Carnival on Quake Anniversary

Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults recently held a carnival of huge dolls in two cities in the western province of Kermanshah, which was hit by a devastating quake last year.

Little Girl Who Survived Iran Quake Finally Gets a House

A survivor of a family of six, all of whose members were killed in the 2017 deadly earthquake in Western Iran, has finally got a house and seen her dream come true.

Kermanshah; One Year after Devastating Earthquake

The 2017 deadly quake that rocked Kermanshah province in western Iran and killed over 600 was one of the most powerful earthquakes in the country over the past fifty years.
First Joint Habitat of Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens Found in Iran

First Joint Habitat of Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens Found in Iran

Archaeological excavations in a site in Western Iran show the area had been jointly used by the Neanderthals (primary humans) and Homo sapiens (wise humans), and they probably have married together.

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