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Best traditional dishes in Iran
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Best traditional dishes in Iran

Persian cuisine is very varied and every city offers a new culinary experience. Culinary tourism is in fact one of the attractions of a visit to Iran. “Chelo Kabab”, or rice and kebab, is the national dish of Iran, also known and served across the globe. In this piece, however, the more traditional dishes will be introduced.

Tehran Navigation Guides
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Tehran Navigation Guides

With a population of around eight million, Tehran is considered as one of the world's megacities. There are also many who commute to the city every day for work or study, generating heavy traffic. To get around this crowded city faster, you can use public transport—whether the metro, bus, cab, or ride-hailing apps like Snapp or Tap30.

Professor Bazima – Iran’s first Science Park
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Professor Bazima – Iran’s first Science Park

Mashhad, in Iran’s northeastern Khorasan Province, is a busy tourist destination all-year round, both as a city for pilgrims visiting Imam Reza’s (AS) Shrine, and also for its numerous other tourist attractions. One of these is the Professor Bazima Science Park, an exciting theme park which will change your concept of scientific attractions by taking you into a whole new world.

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Chaharshanbe Suri - The festival of fire in Iran

2019/03/19

Iran has had a long tradition of holding festivals, and Chaharshanbeh Suri is one of the ancient Iranian festivals of fire and a prelude to Nowruz.

2020 Democrats vow to re-enter Iran nuclear deal

2019/03/20

Re-entry into the nuclear deal with Iran is fast becoming a litmus test for Democrats hoping to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020.

The main challenge of Iran’s foreign policy has domestic roots

2019/03/23

An Iranian expert of international affairs believes: “The main challenges of Iran’s foreign policy in the next Iranian calendar year has more domestic than international roots, particularly in economic issues and increasing poverty.”

A cargo ship sinks in Iran

2019/03/19

A cargo ship carrying hundreds of containers sank in a pier in Shahid Rajaei Port in southern Iran this morning.

The most expensive Iranian artists at Christie's

2019/03/20

Christie’s has been auctioning works for some Iranian artists for a number of years now. This year, on its 25th anniversary in Dubai, Christie’s will be holding an auction titled "Modern and Contemporary Art in the Middle East" on 23 March 2019 in which twelve Iranian artists will be participating with eighteen works.

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US clinches strategic deal with Oman with an eye on Iran

2019/03/25

The United States clinched a strategic port deal with Oman on Sunday which U.S. officials say will allow the U.S. military better access to the Gulf region and reduce the need to send ships through the Strait of Hormuz, a maritime choke point off Iran.

Iran U23 squad beats Yemen in Olympic qualifiers

2019/03/25

Iranian U23 football team defeated Yemen 3-0 at 2020 Olympic qualifiers in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium on Mar. 24.

Failure of sanctions on Iran, US resorts to threats

2019/03/25

The Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said late on Sunday that the United States has resorted to threatening other countries after failing to realize its sinister objectives.

The government prevents collective rejoicing in Iran

2019/03/25

A sociologist in Iran believes: “State domination on the public sphere and preventing interactions between individuals has deprived Iranian society of public rejoicing. With emphasis by government on the sad side of religion, the opportunity to strengthen the collective spirit through religion has also been eliminated.”

Flash floods subside in Iran, rescue continues

2019/03/25

The northern provinces of Iran have been facing unprecedented floods over the past week; but these are presently subsiding and rescue operations have begun.