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E-visa issued in Isfahan without labels

E-visa issued in Isfahan without labels

The head of Iran’s representative office for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Isfahan Province stated: "We are aiming to issue e-visas for tourists from the end of October without labels in passports.

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Termeh weaving on the path of forgotten arts (photos)

Termeh weaving on the path of forgotten arts (photos)

Weaving termeh is the local art of Yazd, Kerman, and Isfahan in Iran. It flourished in the Islamic period, alongside other progresses made in the textiles industry of Iran, including brocade and velvet weaving in the Safavid era. As the Silk Road passed along the edge of the central Kavir desert in Iran where the above cities are located, trading was carried out here from ancient times, the most important of which were fabrics and textiles.

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Kurd Olia underground city (photos)

Kurd Olia underground city (photos)

Kurd Olia underground city is one of the world’s special underground worlds dating back to Parthian times. This was used as a military base. Click here to view the photos of this news.

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Classic car show in Naghsh-e Jahan (photos)

Classic car show in Naghsh-e Jahan (photos)

A show of classic cars has been held at Isfahan’s Naghsh-e Jahan Square, organized by the Province’s Board of Automobile Association. Luxurious and classic cars were put on display for the public to see.

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Day Four: Talk of Iran's economic malaise

Day Four: Talk of Iran's economic malaise

USA TODAY’s Kim Hjelmgaard writes that it's difficult to know if Iran’s economic malaise is due to decades of sanctions or government corruption, or just old-fashioned bureaucratic incompetence.

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Unrest in Iranian cities

Unrest in Iranian cities

Unrest has broken out in a number of Iranian cities over the past few days in protest to economic hardships, including Shiraz, Arak, Mashhad, Isfahan, and Karaj. This was broken up by the security forces.

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