The latest news and views about Iran’s Qazvin province
5.4-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes West of Tehran
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake has hit an area located on the border of Iran’s Qazvin and Hamadan provinces, west of the capital city.
Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Kharaqan Twin Towers
The historical twin towers of Kharaqan are located one kilometre away from Hessar village in Avaj county, Qazvin province.
Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Colourful Houses of Qazvin
About 3,200 square metres of walls in Navab street on the banks of Navab river in Qazvin have been painted on the occasion of Qazvin cultural week.
Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Fashak Village
Fashak is a very beautiful, temperate village in Alamut region of Rudbar district, Qazvin province.
Remains of Ancient Neanderthal Horses Found in Iran’s Qazvin
An Iranian team of archaeologists has discovered remains of Neanderthal horses which date back to 45,000 years ago.
Qazvin Gardens Play Significant Role in Containing Flood
The gardens of Qazvin province in north-west of Tehran have played a major role in containing the recent devastating floods that hit almost all parts of Iran, leaving over 76 people dead.
Doimaj; Traditional Iranian Snack for Summer Time
Doimaj, also known as Dogmaj, is a common traditional snack which people in some Iranian provinces eat during the warm seasons.
Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Chehel Sotoun Edifice
Chehel Sotoun, also known as Kolah Farangi, is the only remnant of royal palaces built by the Safavid king Shah Tahmasb in the Iranian city of Qazvin.
Families of Foreign Diplomats Visit Historic Sites of Iran’s Qazvin
A delegation comprising wives of foreign diplomats residing in Iran has visited historic attractions in Qazvin Province Sunday.
Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ovan Lake
Ovan Lake is a small alpine lake in Alamut region of Alborz mountain range in the Iranian province Qazvin.
Iran’s Qazvin Hosts Kite Festival
The city of Qazvin in northwestern Iran recently hosted a festival of kite flying on the occasion of National Day of Qazvin.
Depths of History in World’s Biggest Urban Caravanserai
The 135-year-old Caravanserai of Sa’d al-Saltaneh is the world’s biggest urban caravanserai located in Iranian city of Qazvin.
Beauty of Autumn in Iran’s Qazvin Province
Located in northwest of Iran, Qazvin Province is home to beautiful forests and picturesque gardens. Qazvin’s trees are worth seeing in autumn.
Silk Road Motocross Cup
45 drivers took part on Qazvin’s Barajin track in the Silk Road Motocross competitions, which were held on Saturday May 28.
Safavid Monuments; Hidden Gems in Iran’s Qazvin
Qazvin contains several notable edifices from the Safavid era, dating back to the period in which it was capital of Persia.
Sa’ad-ul-Saltaneh lnn (PHOTOS)
Sa’ad-ul-Saltaneh lnn, part of Sa’ad-ul-Saltaneh House, is located in the central province of Qazvin. It is well-known as being one of the broadest and most complete...
Iran Architecture in Photos: Jameh Mosque of Qazvin
The grand, congregational mosque of Qazvin, Jameh Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Iran. The architecture contains a Shabestan and Ab anbar,...
Qazvin Day (PHOTOS)
Some old professions have been revived at Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai to mark Qazvin Day.
Salehieh Seminary School (PHOTOS)
Salehieh Seminary School was a major philosophy center for Shiite Muslims in the 19th century.
A village with residents of European origin in Iran!
Although these villagers are said to originally hail from other countries, they are in love with Iran and identify themselves as Iranian only.
Iran Architecture in Photos: House of Aminis in Qazvin
House of Aminis or Hosseiniyeh-ye-Aminiha is a historical building which dates back to 1858. It is located in Qazvin, central Iran.
Cantor Church in Qazvin (PHOTOS)
Images of Cantor Church built by the Russians in central Iran during World War II.