Esfahan Province

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  • ‘Untold stories’ now available for you to re-discover majestic Isfahan 2021-10-26 18:26

    By Afshin Majlesi

    ‘Untold stories’ now available for you to re-discover majestic Isfahan

    TEHRAN – A selection of 200 “untold stories” about Isfahan is now available for you to re-discover the ancient city, which has long been nicknamed as “half the world”.

  • Danish ambassador to Iran Jesper Vahr (R) and his family pose for a photo during their visits to the UNESCO-designated Imam Square in Isfahan, central Iran, October 21, 2021. (PHOTO: Afshin Majlesi) 2021-10-24 18:02

    By Afshin Majlesi

    Danish ambassador tells of his 'unforgettable' visit to Isfahan

    ISFAHAN – On Thursday evening, when I was roaming through the gorgeous Imam Square of Isfahan, I suddenly bumped into the Danish ambassador to Iran, Jesper Vahr, and his family who were also touring the UNESCO-designated site.

  • Strolling around Zayandeh riverside 2021-08-09 21:41

    Strolling around Zayandeh riverside

    TEHRAN – Many travel insiders say there are few better ways to spend an afternoon than strolling along the Zayandeh River, crossing back and forth on the river’s bridges – or even meandering along the often empty riverbed itself.

  • ‘Half the world’ Isfahan to embrace another tourism hub 2020-08-17 19:30

    ‘Half the world’ Isfahan to embrace another tourism hub

    TEHRAN – Tepe Ashraf, the sole archaeological hill in Isfahan, which has recently yielded significant evidence of ancient life in the central Iranian city, will be turning into a new tourism destination particularly for researchers, history buffs and people interested in archaeology.

  • The ruins of two workshops, estimated to date from the Parthian era (247 BC – 224 CE), have recently been unearthed in Isfahan, central Iran. 2020-07-14 18:23

    Newly unearthed workshops may push back history of Isfahan by millennia

    TEHRAN – Archaeologists have unearthed the ruins of two workshops, estimated to date from the Parthian era (247 BC – 224 CE), in Isfahan in a significant discovery that may push back the history of the central Iranian city in time by millennia.

  • Restored creamy tiles to be reinstalled on Iranian architecture masterpiece 2019-07-22 20:04

    Restored creamy tiles to be reinstalled on Iranian architecture masterpiece

    TEHRAN – Some two eighths of delicately floral tiles, which for centuries adorned the creamy dome of Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, have been restored and are ready to be reinstalled on the monument that is widely known as a masterpiece of Iranian architecture.

  • Flamingos return back to Gavkhuni wetland after 2 years 2019-05-11 22:35

    Flamingos return to Gavkhuni wetland after 2 years

    TEHRAN – Flamingos landed once again in recently replenished Gavkhuni wetland in central province of Isfahan, after 2 years, the provincial department of environment deputy director has said.

  • today photos 2019-03-05 21:58

    Water flowing again into Zayandehrud river in Noruz

    TEHRAN – Zayandehrud river, which was once flowing in central province of Isfahan, will be filled with water again in Noruz holidays (the Iranian New Year celebration, starting March 21), Tasnim news agency reported on Monday.