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Four space tourism parks for Iran

Four space tourism parks for Iran

The Iranian Space Agency has announced the building of four space tourism parks in the desert areas of Kashan, Damghan, Qeshm, and Kerman to dwell in the secrets of creation and attract space tourists.

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The only sleepover museum in Iran

The only sleepover museum in Iran

An overnight stay at the museum can be a one in a lifetime experience. There is only one such museum in Iran where you can have a sleepover – one that is filled with puppets and toys.

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Red Village in Iran (photos)

Red Village in Iran (photos)

Abyaneh, also known as the Red Village because of its red soil and houses, is an ancient Iranian Village located at the foot of Karkas Mountain, 70 kilometers southeast of Kashan in Isfahan province. Abyaneh is a Village of living traditions, architectural styles (all in red clay) and probably one of the most interesting examples of human adaptation to nature. 

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Historical houses of Kashan (photos)

Historical houses of Kashan (photos)

Kashan is a 7000-year old city famous for its ancient houses. These are representatives of the unique and valuable Persian architecture that have kept their historic identity and aura with the passage of time and changes in the urban texture of the city.

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Kashan becomes book capital of Iran

Kashan becomes book capital of Iran

Kashan, a city in Isfahan Province, has been selected as the book capital of Iran from a list of finalists for the fourth time. Fars News Agency reports that, in the fourth year of the competition, Kashan made it to list of finalists for the fourth consecutive year. After making second place last year, it was able to make it to the top of the list with forty projects submitted by the city’s Department of Islamic Culture and Guidance to the competition Secretariat.  

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Iran response to cautionary measures by Airbus

Iran response to cautionary measures by Airbus

The French Airbus company announced last week that the delivery of planes purchased by Iran will be delayed. According to American businessman and current chief operating officer at Airbus, John Leahy, the company will delay the delivery of the planes until Iran has completed its down payments.

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Japan Month begins in Tehran

Japan Month begins in Tehran

A Japanese Cultural Month will start in Tehran on 2 December 2017 to introduce Japanese culture in Iran. As reported by ISNA, the Japanese Embassy has invited artists such as wadaiko drummer Itchitaro and Japanese flute player Kishida to stage concerts in Tehran and Kashan. Other programs include a piano concerto by Aki Kuroda, a Japanese tea ceremony, an origami workshop, and an exhibition of tourism photos, paintings, and cultural artifacts.  

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