The Fin Garden is located in the city of Kashan in one of the central Iranian provinces called Isfahan. Dynamic elements such as water and trees along with a beautiful architecture bring this historic cultural work to life. The Garden lies in a 33,700-square meter area. The present building of the Fin Garden dates back to the era of King Abbas Safavid I and the designer of the Garden as acknowledged by Iran’s Cultural Heritage Organization is Ghias-e-Din Jamshid Kashani. However, according to academic sources, Sheikh Bahaei is known as the designer of the Garden.
At a meeting with the UK Ambassador in Tehran, Robert Macaire, the Head of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran stated: “A joint exhibition held between the National Museum of Iran and the British Museum can be a common project between the two countries. We are also ready to hold a handicrafts fair in the UK.”
With almost two million visitors, Iraq tops the list of countries with the highest number of tourists visiting Iran during the first seven months of the current Iranian calendar year (21 March-22 October, 2018).
Classical cars were paraded on the streets of Tehran and Karaj on Wednesday. These included cars made by Ford, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, BMW, Fiat, and VW. They are all privately owned. Some of these were as old as 60 years and some are the only models left in the world. The parade was held to introduce this historic industrial heritage.
Soltanieh Dome, in Soltanieh – Zanjan Province in northwestern Iran – is the largest raw brick dome in the world. It was constructed in the years 1303 to 1312 on the orders of Soltan Mohammad Khodabandeh, the eight Ilkhani king.
A former Iranian diplomat believes: “The topic of Iran’s enrichment capabilities have come to a closure in the 2015 JCPOA negotiations. Today, the US raises the issue once more to confront the Islamic Republic.”
A member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iran's Parliament believes: “Sanctioning Iran will have a negative impact on border security and drugs control, which in turn will adversely affect Europe.”
Two business associates of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, were charged Monday with illegally lobbying for Turkey as part of a campaign to pressure the United States to expel a Turkish cleric.