Visit the valley of love in Iran
The valley of love is a natural attraction of Chahar Mahal & Bakhtiari Province. Its nearest town is Shahr-e Kord at a distance of 110kms. Even its alluring name attracts visitors to the place. Iran’s longest river runs through the valley of love, where tourists can take part in rafting and fishing. Rice paddies and pomegranate orchards create a pristine landscape before your eyes. Rivers, waterfalls, and adjoining villages live in peace and harmony side by side, where sightseers can feel at ease and relax.
Exhibit: Tony Cragg last days
“Roots and Stones” is an exhibition of sculptures by British-German artist at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art in its final days. It will wrap up on Friday 12 January 2018.
Hormuz Island Dazzling Art Week
The Hormuz Art Week is taking place with the dazzling arts, culture, and theater of this island in association with “Baran Theater” 2-7 December 2017 to display the various artistic fields in which islander artists are active.
Bratislava IFF awards “No Date, No Signature”
The feature “No Date, No Signature” directed by Vahid Jalilvand has won the FIPRESCI Special Jury Award at the 19th Bratislava IFF. The Best Actor Award was also given to Navid Mohammadzadeh lead actor.
Mohammadzadeh donates award to victims
Navid Mohammadzadeh, winner of Best Actor Award for “No Date, No Signature” at the Bratislava IFF, has donated his award to the earthquake victims in Iran.
Amano visits National Museum of Iran
IAEA Chief Yukiya Amano who has traveled to Iran had the chance to pay a visit to the National Museum of Iran alongside his meetings with Iranian officials about the JCPOA nuclear agreement.
Iran shines at the 74th Venice Film Festival
This year, the 74th Venice Film Festival presented the ‘New Horizons’ awards for best director and best actor to Vahid Jalilvand and Navid Mohammadzadeh for directing and acting in ‘No Date, No Signature’.
Marivan to host International street theater festival
Marivan is a beautiful border city located in Kurdistan Iran. It has been 12 years since they started hosting one of the most significant events of Iran theater-the International Street Theater Festival. Each year street theater groups from all around the globe come together to join the festival.
A trip to Iran’s paradise
In the northern city of Amol in Mazandaran Province, at the foot of Mount Damavand lies the Laar Plain - an unparalleled meadow, house to a wondrous variety of wildlife. It was declared a national park in 1975.
A hamlet among the butterflies
There were more of them before cities were spread so far and wide; the butterflies that is. All of us more or less remember the butterflies that lived among us once upon a time. But, it has been a while since they last paid us a visit, especially in big, industrialized cities.