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The other face of Iran introduced in France

The other face of Iran introduced in France

A 7-day exhibition of arts, literature, handicrafts, history, and sociology of countries along the Silk Road, including Iran, is being held in the South of France to introduce these countries and ways of traveling there.

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Historic place of worship in northwestern Iran

Historic place of worship in northwestern Iran

The Chapel of Dzordzor, located near Baron Village in the vicinity of Maku is submerged in beautiful silence. The building overlooks a valley through which Zangi Mar River flows. It also holds legends and myths at its heart. The original name of the chapel is the 'Holy Mary' but it has come to be known as Dzordzor church the beautiful scenic landscapes of which have made it one of the most unique buildings in Iran.

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Shared tourism for Iran and neighboring countries

Shared tourism for Iran and neighboring countries

The Iranian Tour Operators Association Deputy has highlighted that an increasing number of tours are bringing visitors with special interests to Iran, adding: “The age range for tourists visiting Iran is changing.”

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The 7th Citrus Aurantium Festival in Langarud

The 7th Citrus Aurantium Festival in Langarud

The 7th Citrus Aurantium Festival has been held in Langarud, northern Iran. The festival aims to raise awareness about the medicinal properties of bitter orange or Citrus Aurantium, attract tourists, promote local traditions, and introduce the capacities of Guilan Province.

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Tourism grows by 50 percent in Iran

Tourism grows by 50 percent in Iran

The Head of Iran’s Tourism Organization has announced that “following cruel sanctions re-imposed on Iran and despite extensive Iranophobia propaganda, we have had seven million and 800 thousand tourists traveling to Iran, showing a growth rate of over 50 percent in this sector in 2018 as compared to a similar period in 2017.”

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