The latest news and views about Iran's Tehran province
The first festival of happy snowmen was held a few days ago in Tochal complex, in the heights of northern Tehran.
Glass walls are to be erected at the edge of platforms in 35 subway stations across Tehran to prevent people committing suicide by jumping in front of the trains.
Organizers of an international cartoon festival on the battle with coronavirus have decided to display a preview of the award-winning works at the public places of various Iranian cities.
A number of Iranian theatre, television and music artists have set up a charity workshop to produce masks at the Hafez Hall of Tehran amid the coronavirus outbreak.
One of the most popular cafés in the Iranian capital, Tehran, is a book café which dates back 100 years.
The Melli Bank Museum in downtown Tehran is a beautiful historic building that features exemplary architectural techniques of the late era of Qajar dynasty and includes a rich source of exquisite and valuable objects from different sections of Iran’s history.
The official leading operations to fight COVID-19 in the Iranian capital, Tehran, says fresh waves of infection could be looming in the metropolis.
Tehran has hosted a videomapping event at the iconic Azadi Tower to express solidarity with the world amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New restrictions have been introduced by the Iranian government for Tehran province in a bid to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
Despite the problems caused by the Coronavirus, Tehran municipality's programs are underway as before.
On behalf of Iranian people, the Municipality of Tehran has lit up the capital’s iconic Azadi Tower with messages of sympathy with the Chinese nation in their fight against Coronavirus.
Tehran Municipality’s offer to host a world conference on urban tourism in 2021 has been welcomed by the President of World Tourism Organization.
Iranian people from all walks of life are attending a massive funeral procession held for General Qassem Soleimani in Tehran.
Masoudieh Palace is an edifice and Persian Garden built during the Qajar era in the historical Square of Baharestan, downtown Tehran.
Christian citizens of Tehran along with other Iranian people from all religions and walks of life have poured into streets in Christian neighbourhoods of the city as Christmas and New Christian Year shopping gains growing popularity in the country.
Tehran, the capital and most populous city of Iran, is being equipped with an earthquake early warning system that would notify people of an imminent quake as early as 20 seconds in advance, an official has announced.
The house of “Motamen-ol-Atebba” – a beautiful building of Qajar era in Oudlajan neighbourhood, downtown Tehran – was decorated on Saturday for Yalda Night celebration.
Investors from 11 countries are going to attend the second edition of the Technology Investment Meeting (TIM) in Tehran in February 2020.
Tehran recently hosted an event called “paternitecture”, featuring the application of patterns in manmade environments of contemporary Iran.
Tehran Mayor has urged all Tehran citizens to inform the municipality if they see any street children being used for scavenging.
Milad Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings and a symbol of the Iranian capital, turned red on the World AIDS Day on Saturday night November 30 in a bid to show Iran’s solidarity with HIV-infected patients.