Cheshmeh-Ali

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  • Semnan 2022-02-02 18:14

    Private investors to help revive historical texture in Semnan

    TEHRAN – The private sector will be collaborating with the north-central city of Semnan to revive its historic texture in the near future, the head of the Fund for Development of Handicrafts and Handmade Carpet and Revitalization and Utilization of Historical and Cultural Places has announced.

  • Cheshmeh-Ali 2021-08-02 17:42

    Cheshmeh-Ali’s ancient hill to be preserved

    TEHRAN – The ancient hill of the historical, cultural, and recreational site of Cheshmeh-Ali, which is situated south of the Iranian capital, is planned to be preserved and reorganized, Tehran’s deputy tourism chief has announced.

  • An attempt to revive Cheshmeh-Ali, other ancient sites in Rey 2021-06-01 17:29

    An attempt to revive Cheshmeh-Ali, other ancient sites in Rey

    TEHRAN – Following years of getting through the paperwork, Rey Municipality is to ratify a development plan which will pave the way for extra care and maintenance of Cheshmeh-Ali and some other historical sites across the ancient Iranian city.

  • Experts clean famed bas-relief in southern Tehran 2021-04-28 21:39

    Experts clean famed bas-relief in southern Tehran

    TEHRAN – A team of cultural heritage experts has cleaned the well-known 19th-century bas-relief, which is carved on a rock face in Cheshmeh-Ali, southern Tehran.

  • Cheshmeh-Ali gains natural heritage status 2021-03-05 22:40

    Cheshmeh-Ali gains natural heritage status

    TEHRAN – The historical, cultural, and recreational site of Cheshmeh-Ali, which is situated south of the Iranian capital, has been named a natural heritage amidst hopes to safeguard it for the next generations.

  • Cheshmeh-Ali 2020-12-15 21:37

    Qajar-era bas-relief in Rey to be restored, preserved

    TEHRAN –The 19th-century rock-carved bas-relief in Cheshmeh-Ali, a historical and recreational spot located in the south of Tehran and north of Rey, is planned to be restored and preserved within a comprehensive project. 

  • Package tours start in Rey under strict health protocols 2020-09-29 21:30

    Package tours start in Rey under strict health protocols

    TEHRAN – On Monday, one-day package tours started in Rey under strict health protocols to mark the national tourism week, September 28 to October 3.

  • A total of six clay vessels, which believed to date back to the fifth millennium BC, have recently been unearned in Moushelan Tepe, a significant archaeological site 65 km west of Tehran. 2020-05-20 21:25

    Seven-thousand-year-old clay vessels unearthed in Iran

    TEHRAN – A total of six clay vessels, which believed to date back to the fifth millennium BC, have recently been unearned in Moushelan Tepe, a significant archaeological site 65 km west of Tehran. 

  • Human life in Iran’s Rey is as old as 8,000 years: archaeologist 2020-05-16 19:30

    Human life in Iran’s Rey is as old as 8,000 years: archaeologist

    TEHRAN – Rey is considered to be the oldest city in the central Iranian plateau with a history of human settlement that stretches back in time for over 8,000 years, a senior Iranian archaeologist Qadir Afrovand has said.

  • Cheshmeh-Ali spring awaiting national heritage status 2020-05-05 23:49

    Cheshmeh-Ali spring awaiting national heritage status

    TEHRAN – Cheshmeh-Ali historical spring in the city of Rey, southern Tehran, is planned to be inscribed on the national heritage list, a provincial tourism official has said.

  • A poster for the exhibit “Ancient Tehran: From Plain to Mountain” 2019-10-08 19:07

    National museum has new look at history of Tehran

    TEHRAN – An exhibit at the National Museum of Iran offers its visitors Tehran’s thousands of years of history by showcasing relics excavated from southern and northern neighborhoods of the city.

  • Photo depicts domes and minarets of the holy shrine of Shah Abdol Azim in Rey, southern Tehran. 2019-10-04 19:43

    ‘Tehran Week’ tourism programs announced

    TEHRAN – Tehran Municipality has announced its various tourism programs to mark Tehran Week, which comes to end on October 10.