Those who visit love it, but for many, Iran is synonymous with trouble. Featured contributor Leon McCarron gives us his take on this oft-maligned nation.
A group of Iranian Jews made the difficult trip to the city of Yazd, located some 600km from Tehran and today, a recognized World Heritage Site by UNESCO. They make the trip annually, on the Yahrze…
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Iran’s wind catchers stand as a reminder of how ancient civilisations have adapted to the region’s harsh desert environment.
TEHRAN – Iranian National Commission for UNESCO is considering to nominate Yazd as a Creative City of the UN cultural body, IRNA reported on Monday.
TEHRAN – Restoration work on the UNESCO-inscribed Dolat Abad Garden in the central city of Yazd will be completed within a month.
Restoration work on the historical UNESCO-inscribed Dolat Abad Garden in Yazd Province will be completed by the end of September, said the head of the garden’s world heritage base. The renovation…
Two years ago, the Persian qanats were added to Unesco’s world heritage list. They are one of the greatest engineering marvels in the world. Qanat consists of an ancient system of water which is based