The UNESCO-listed Mausoleum of Oljaytu, which is commonly known as “Dome of Soltaniyeh” (Soltaniyeh Cupola), is one of Iran’s must-visit destinations for those interested in traditional Persian and genuine Islamic architecture.
Occupying forces are required to protect numerous buildings and sites, says Colonel Ann Wright. Medical facilities are also protected, but economic sanctions are harming and killing citizens by other means. President Donald Trump’s comment about bombing…
Cyrus’ empire is the first known multiethnic, multicultural, multilingual and multireligious state. Wisely, he respected local cultural, religious and administrative practices, which gained him considerable support from the subjects of his vast domain…
Trump’s threats to Iran’s cultural treasures are the latest in a long history of such tactics. Thousands of artistic and architectural marvels have been destroyed in wars—a travesty that must be stopped.
Iran is a beautiful destination that offers a wide variety of historic sites, delicious foods, and unique activities. It also offers beautiful countryside and captivating mountains.
While Australia fights to save its cultural assets after bushfires, the USA threatens to destroy cultural sites across Iran.
Iran’s tourism minister on Sunday said that the country’s tourism industry has suffered a major setback but it will certainly return to “normal”.
Images of clouds of thick black smoke and dust billowing up above where an ancient monument once stood shocked the world less than five years ago when a 2,000-year-old temple was shelled by Islamic State in Syria.
The term “cave dwellers” conjures up prehistoric images in your mind when caves served as one of the earliest dwellings for human beings. Here we want to take a look at Maymand, an exemplar manmade-cave dwelling in southeast Iran, where people made a living about five or six millennia ago.
With 24 recognized sites, Iran is most heavily represented Middle Eastern country on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites.
Highlighting five of the most notable—among two dozen—UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran.
International law experts react to Donald Trump’s threat to attack Iranian cultural sites.
A country’s heritage is arguably vital to its lifeblood. It connects the present to the past and also unites humanity in the appreciation and love for history and archaeology.
Iran is home to twenty-two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, places that have been designated as important to the history of humankind.
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Iran is home to one of the world’s oldest civilisations dating back to 10,000 BC. Its rich heritage and culture is an amalgam of Arab, Persian, Turkish and South Asian cultures.
Iran’s cultural heritage sites, many recognized by UNESCO, are some of the most incredible in the world. They came under threat after President Donald Trump threatened to target them in a warning to the Iranians, who are expected to retaliate against the U.S. assassination of Gen. Qasem Soleimani.