Khorasan Razavi Province
The latest news and views about Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province
Back-to-back earthquakes have jolted Afghanistan as well as Khorasan Razavi Province in northeastern Iran, but there are no reports of any possible damage in the Iranian province, which borders Afghanistan.
Haft Ghar valley is located in the Ghar village, on the outskirts of Neyshabur city in Iran’s Khorassan Razavi Province and has seven valleys or seven gorges. Haft Ghar (Seven Caves) is one of the tourist attractions of Neyshabur city and is located north of the city.
Following coordination with Iran’s Interior Ministry and the heads of the Afghanistan’s interim government, Mohammad Sadegh Motamedian, the governor of Khorasan Razavi province has traveled to Afghanistan along with his entourage with the aim of developing trade relations and investigating and solving transit problems in a meeting met with various Taliban officials.
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi has stressed that challenges facing the Islamic Republic can be overcome by relying on domestic capabilities not the West.
Harkareh stone pots are traditional utensils of northeastern Iran, which are believed to have many medicinal and effective properties.
As in previous years, the Municipality of Mashhad in northeastern Iran has planted tulips in the city's parks, including Mellat Park, at the beginning of spring.
Iran’s Health Ministry and the Immigrants Department of the country’s Interior Ministry have signed a memorandum of understanding on the assessment and promotion of the health of refugees and foreign immigrants, with a focus on fight against tuberculosis, AIDS, and Malaria.
The tourism officials of the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad have adopted a new initiative to attract more foreign tourists.
Windmills in the city of Nashtifan in Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province are one of the most beautiful and largest collections of clay, mud and wood, and of course the oldest of these kind in the world.
Wedding ceremonies in the city of Kalat in Khorasan Razavi province, eastern Iran, are still held with special traditional rites and services, usually lasting for three days.
A group of Iranian villagers have managed to make money by generating electricity from solar panels provided by a charity foundation.
An international food tourism exhibition will be held in Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad with the participation of businesspeople and economic advisers from 11 countries.
Baharestan village in the Iranian northeastern city of Sabzevar is one of the main centres of grape syrup production. Over 30 tonnes of grape syrup are annually produced in the village in Khorasan Razavi province and exported abroad.
A man from the city of Sabzevar in Iran’s Khorasan Razavi Province creates stunning handmade objects using stone.
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