• Travelers look at the polychrome dome of the Jameh Mosque of Yazd (Masjid-e-Jameh Yazd) in and undated photo. Soaring above the ancient UNESCO-tagged city, the mosque is graced with a lavishly decorated entrance portal (which is one of the highest in Iran), flanked by two raised minarets. Exquisite mosaics and tilework, intricate stucco and mirrorwork along with masterpieces of Persian calligraphy are amongst charms of the 12th-century structure to name a few. 2019-12-25 19:19

    Iran’s civilization, history deserve to be seen, Italian tourism expert says

    TEHRAN – A senior Italian tourism expert who has recently embarked on some tours across Iran believes that a gap exists between reality in Iran and the media image of the country worldwide, emphasizing that the country’s civilization and history deserve to be seen.

  • This undated photo shows Book City Institute deputy director Ali-Asghar Mohammadkhani (L) and Imants Ziedonis Foundation director Žaneta Jaunzeme-Grende posing with an Iranian artwork presented to the 2018-08-28 19:10

    Iran, Latvia to bridge gap on culture: Book City exec

    TEHRAN – The deputy director of Iran’s Book City Institute, Ali-Asghar Mohammadkhani, has said that Iran and Latvia plan to bridge the gap on culture between the two countries by collaborating on publications and organizing mutual cultural meetings.