A collection of reports and photos of winter
Iran’s West Azarbaijan province, with a beautiful and virgin nature and various waterfalls, is a destination for many tourists and nature lovers throughout different seasons of the year.
Asalem is a city and capital of Asalem District, in Talesh County of Iranian Gilan Province. This region has a special climate. The forests and plains of this mountainous region are covered with snow during winter to make very beautiful scenes.
Heavy snow has blown the historic city of Masuleh in northern Iran turning it completely white and creating a mesmerising perspective.
Darbandsar Ski Resort is one of the most equipped ski resorts in Iran which has been hosting international ski championships in recent years.
A winter festival is being held in the northwestern Iranian province of Ardabil, the hub of snow and winter tourism in Iran.
When the winter season began last week, large parts of northwestern Iran were already covered with heavy snow.
Yalda is the longest night of the year in the Iranian calendar, during which Iranians celebrate winter solstice along with their families.
The Iranian capital Tehran is hosting an exhibition of organic food products a few days before the Yalda Night, the longest night of the year celebrated by Iranians across the world based on an ancient tradition.
The recent snowfall in the mountainous region of Talesh, Gilan Province, has created a picturesque landscape in the area.
Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire, is situated 60 km northeast of the modern city of Shiraz in Fars Province, southern Iran.
Winter rain in the Western Iranian province of Kermanshah has created very attractive scenes in the historic site of Taq-e Bostan.
Austria says it is prepared to provide finance for the development of mountain tourism in Iran given its great capacity to attract foreign tourists.
Alvand or Tarik-Darreh ski resort, located 10 kilometres southwest of Ganj-Nameh road, Hamadan, is among the most popular Iranian pistes.
The runways of Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport were dug out from under 70 centimeters (more than two feet) of snow, letting flights resume on Sunday morning.
Heavy snowfall and rainfall affected some 28 provinces, mainly in northern and western parts of Iran, on Monday with temperatures plunging to below zero.