Iranian Art

Khorramshahr: a premier destination for war tourism

In the past, war tourism destinations were primarily the object of interest of photojournalists appearing only on crime pages, but now they can be traced in the best travel books and websites. Whatever your name, from war tourism, dark tourism, disaster tourism or danger tourism, Iran has more to offer …

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Authorities seek to breathe new life into old Shiraz

TEHRAN – Authorities in Iran’s Fars province are seeking to formulate a plan for the revival of the historic core of Shiraz, which has long been synonymous with poetry, nightingales, culture and education. “The historic texture of Shiraz, which is on the verge of oblivion due to erosion, has the …

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Chronicle of Lake Powell | SHOOTING STARS

There are as many reasons to become a photographer as there are photographers. Some are content to master the technical aspect and some are drawn to artistic expression. It’s a bit of each for a lot, and some devote the time necessary to move forward in both. It’s no exaggeration …

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A Complete Travel Guide to the UAE

The UAE is a small country, but it has a lot more to do than people originally thought. A lot of visitors come to Dubai and don’t venture out of the city, but that’s a shame. The UAE is home to one of the largest deserts in the world, nature …

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100 years of the Archibald Prize

100 years of the Archibald Prize 100 years of the Archibald Prize We’re sorry, this service is currently unavailable. Please try again later. To reject Skip to section navigation 46 Pictures Welcome to the colorful carnival which is Australia’s oldest and best-known portrait award – The Archibald – 100 years …

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Yakub Kolas’ poems will be translated into Persian

MINSK, May 19 (BelTA) – Yakub Kolas’ poems will be translated into Persian for the first time, Iranian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belarus Saeed Yari told BelTA on the sidelines of a launch ceremony for the literary exhibition “Yakub Kolas and Omar Khayyam: the wisdom of life in the …

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A new gallery opens with a new exhibition

When the pandemic struck, the mother of three and independent art collector, Sanaz Nazemi Agha, found the opportunity to transform her love and knowledge of art into a space that would support and welcome both artists and art lovers. When she moved to Cyprus seven years ago with her family, …

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An untold story on the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in Iran

“The [Iranian]the government was made aware of the epidemic early on, but thanks to a combination of cynicism and ideology [i.e. the religious institutions], decided to do nothing ”. “The coronavirus has sparked an intense debate in Iran between ultra-conservative Shiite clerics and the government.” “In the Islamic Republic [of …

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Iran celebrates National Iranian Day

Hooman Abedi Press TV, Tehran When it comes to tourism in Iran, anyone can think of the cultural and historical heritage of Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd, unaware that this land is full of hidden tourist attractions. Iran is a land with many cities and towns which can attract domestic and …

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Zarif denounces US arms sales to Israel amid Gaza war

Tehran – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized the United States for selling advanced weapons to Israel as it continues to bomb civilians in the Gaza Strip. The senior Iranian diplomat said the arms sales showed the “ugly faces” of the United States and Israel. “As US-made munitions …

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