Minced meat kebab is one of the best-loved traditional dishes of Iran and a fixed feature of formal gatherings or Friday lunches. No other dish can take the place of traditional kebabs in Iran, especially at parties and in picnics.
The ladies of Tabriz, in Iran’s northwestern Azerbaijan Province, are well-known for their delicious cooking and hospitality. Of the long list of Tabrizi dishes, the various herb and legume potages and kufteh are the most popular ones across Iran.
Mani Polo is a dish from Damghan in Semnan Province, northern Iran. This will make for a delicious, colorful, and tempting meal. The people of Damghan call the mixture that is cooked with the rice “mani”, and so the dish has been called Mani Polo.
The provinces of northern Iran, by the Caspian Sea, are a very popular tourist attraction for the rest of the country. Iranians travel there for their holidays, to use the green spaces, the sea, and to savor the delicious gourmet dishes of the region. Local foods prepared in very special ways are an important part of this attraction. In this report, one of the most delicious dishes of this area will be introduced, called Mirza Ghasemi.
Si-o-se pol, or the Allahverdi Bridge, is one of Isfahan’s age-old landmarks built over the Zayandeh Roud River. With the river drying, this and other historic bridges in Isfahan are facing serious challenges.
One of the officials in charge of the restoration of Urmia Lake in western Iran has said the surface area of the lake will be 4200-4400 square kilometers based on the world ecological index. He added that the remaining areas of the lake which are not under water will be covered with mulch and shrub plantations in order to contain dust particles.
Nasir al-Molk Mosque is one of the masterpieces of Islamic architecture located in Shiraz, one of the southern cities of Iran. The most remarkable characteristic of the mosque is its stained glass which creates a beautiful rainbow under your feet with the reflection of light on the carpet.
Former Iranian Ambassador to China believes: “A turnover of directors and change of regulations in Iran means that Beijing will not make long-term plans to work with Tehran. It is against this backdrop that large state-owned Chinese companies have left Iran during the sanctions period.”