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Khoresh Aloocheh (green plum stew) from Kerman

Khoresh Aloocheh (green plum stew) from Kerman

Khoresh Aloocheh (green plum stew) is an original dish from the city of Kerman in southern Iran. Since aloocheh is a spring fruit, the food is only cooked in springs and has many fans. It is very easy to cook Khoresh aloocheh and is one of the favorites for those who like sour foods.

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Houraman’s pomegranate festival (photos)

Houraman’s pomegranate festival (photos)

The pomegranate and thanksgiving festival in the Houraman or Ouraman region of Kermanshah Province, western Iran, is also being celebrated in Tehran’s Niavaran Palace complex. The event opened on Saturday and will continue until 21 December, showcasing the pomegranates of Houraman. Classical Iranian music, regional rituals, and the ancient ceremonies of Kermanshah are on the main agenda of this festival.

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Ancient path discovered in SE Iran

Ancient path discovered in SE Iran

An ancient path has been discovered along the Zahedan-Kerman road between the provincial city of Nosratabad in Sistan and Baluchistan Province and the city of Fahrouj in Kerman Province in southeastern Iran.

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The Ganjali Khan Baths of Kerman (photos)

The Ganjali Khan Baths of Kerman (photos)

The Ganjali Khan complex is one of Kerman’s most popular historic attractions left behind by its governor, Ganjali Khan, who ruled in this southern Iranian province in the Safavid era. It comprises a bazaar, baths, main square, caravanserai, water cistern, mosque, and mint. The baths are the biggest attraction and architectural masterpiece of the Safavid era.

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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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First sapien common settlement found in Iran

First sapien common settlement found in Iran

Professor at Cambridge University and head of the archaeological excavation site of Baveh Yevan has said: “Studies in Baveh Yevan, Kermanshah, western Iran, have revealed that this site was a common settlement shared by Homosapiens and Neanderthals. This is a first find of its kind in the world, showing a common settlement between the two human species.”

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