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Mani Polo – A visual delight

Mani Polo – A visual delight

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.  

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Second round of polo games Women’s Day special

Second round of polo games Women’s Day special

The second women’s polo games for Tehran Province was held at the Farahabad Sports Centre for sportswomen on 9 March to honor women’s day. Two teams competed in the “Mange” field at Farahabad in Tehran. The game was held for the first time specifically for women athletes.  

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“Naghsh-e Jahan” to host polo games for Nowruz

“Naghsh-e Jahan” to host polo games for Nowruz

The famous “Naghsh-e Jahan” square in Isfahan is to host polo games for the Iranian New Year Nowruz in March. Polo will be played in this famous square in the city which is visited by many tourists every year during the Nowruz celebrations in Iran, which take place for thirteen days, beginning on the spring equinox.  

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Kamancheh and Polo Unesco registered

Kamancheh and Polo Unesco registered

“Polo with music and narration” has been registered by Iran and “The art of making and playing the kamancheh” has been registered mutually by Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan at the 12th session of the Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage - Unesco – bringing the number of registered intangible heritages for Iran to 13, including Nowruz, flat bread baking skills, and the kamancheh which are multinational registrations.

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Unesco registers polo and kamancheh

Unesco registers polo and kamancheh

“Polo” and “The art of making and playing the kamancheh” have been evaluated by Unesco and will be registered at its 12th session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage taking place in December.  

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Hospitable Persians and safe Iran on Latitudeslife

Hospitable Persians and safe Iran on Latitudeslife

The Italian magazine ‘Latitudeslife’ dedicated to tourism and travel, suggests Iran as one of the safest and most hospitable countries in the Middle East; housing unique cultural, natural, and historical riches, and thus capable of attracting and enchanting any traveler.   

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