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Tabriz Pioneer in Curbing Use of Plastic Bags

The city of Tabriz, a city in the northwestern Iran and the Tourism Capital of Muslim world in 2018, has started an initiative to encourage people to stop using plastic bags.

Iran Unveils Rugs Woven for Rivals at 2018 FIFA World Cup

Iran has unveiled three rugs woven by highly-skilled Iranian artists to be gifted to Team Melli’s Group Stage rivals at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Ginger Halva; A Yummy Traditional Iranian Confection

Ginger halva is a traditional Iranian confection which is usually served with tea and as a delicious dessert.

Iran’s Museums in Photos: House of Top Poetess in Tabriz

The childhood house of Parvin Etesami, the most renowned Iranian female poet, has turned into a popular tourist destination for tourists visiting Tabriz in northwestern Iran.

Baklava of Tabriz; A Sweet Iranian Dessert

Baklava is a sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. It is popular in Iran, Turkey, the Caucasus, the Balkans, and some West Asian states.

Popularity of Iranian Friday Prayers Imam Growing in Tabriz

The popularity of the Friday Prayers Imam of the city of Tabriz in northwestern Iran is on the rise as he continues to show that he is a man with the common touch.

Tabriz 2018: Most Important Event for Iran’s Tourism Sector

Iranian cultural heritage officials single out the “Tabriz 2018” as the most significant event in the country’s tourism sector this year.

Museum of Sound to Open in Iran’s Tabriz

A museum of sound is to open in the Iranian city of Tabriz, showcasing a whole range of new and old musical instruments and other items related to sound.

Iran’s Tabriz Covered with Autumn Snow

Autumn snow has blanketed the city of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan Province, northwest of Iran.

Iran to Officially Start “Tabriz 2018” Tourism Event in Nowruz

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will officially inaugurate the “Tabriz 2018” tourism event during the Persian New Year celebrations in March 2018.

Iran Preparing to Attract More Tourists through “Tabriz 2018”

The Iranian city of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan Province has been selected by the OIC as the 2018 capital of Islamic Tourism, and the entire country is now getting prepared to host the highest number of tourists through the project Tabriz 2018.

Blue Mosque of Tabriz: Magnificence of 15th-Century Architecture

The Blue Mosque is a famous historic monument in Tabriz, northwestern Iran; where you can see the grandeur of Iranian Islamic architecture.

Tabriz Invites Foreign Envoys to Visit Capital of Islamic Tourism

In their first practical step toward promoting the cultural and tourism event known as Tabriz 2018`, the authorities of East Azarbaijan Province invited the ambassadors of several countries to the province late last week.

Iranian City Collecting Child Labourers from Streets

An Iranian social welfare official says a special van has started collecting child labourers from the streets of Tabriz in northwestern Iran.

Snowman Festival in Northwestern Iran

People in northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan are used to heavy snowfalls in late autumn and early winter. This year, a snowman festival has attracted many people in the provincial capital of Tabriz.

Saint Stepanos Monastery in Northwestern Iran

The St. Stepanos Monastery, located about 11 km northwest of Jolfa in East Azerbaijan Province, is the second most important Armenian monastery in Iran.

Heavy snow covers Kandovan village

The inhabitants of troglodyte homes, excavated inside volcanic rocks and tuffs, in Kandovan village of East Azerbaijan province, spend winter days under heavy snow. The...

Tabriz, best Iranian city to live in

Two years ago, the World Health Organization named Tabriz as the healthiest and most hygienic city in Iran.

National Sculpture Symposium in northwestern Iran (PHOTOS)

Some 30 sculptors compete at the 22-day Sculpture Symposium which opened in Tabriz on August 23.

Maragheh Temple in northwestern Iran (PHOTOS)

The temple which dates back to the Parthian era was the largest Zoroastrian place of worship during that period.

ICHHTO introduces Tabriz and Yazd as Iranian creative cities to OIC

Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) has introduced Tabriz in northwest Iran and Yazd in central Iran as iranian creative cities to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), said a senior official of ICHHTO.

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