Scientists made a major breakthrough in historical knowledge as a team thinks it may have stumbled upon the sarcophagus of Rome's founding father, Romulus.
Ancient Rome bombshell: Scientists' stunning find uncovers founder of capital's coffin
Iranian short film, ‘Driving Lessons,’ directed by Marzieh Riahi, was invited to attend the North Texas Film Festival in the US.
‘Driving Lessons’ to go on screen at North Texas Film Festival
Iran and its publishers have plans to attend 18 international book fairs in the next Iranian year (starting March 20, 2020), Iran Cultural Fairs Institute director Qader Ashena said.
Iran to participate in 18 book fairs
The photography exhibition ‘Uzbekistan at Crossroads of Silk Road’ was inaugurated at ECO Diplomatic Art Gallery of Tehran on Monday, in the presence of the president of ECO Cultural Institute (ECI), Sarvar Bakhti, Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Iran Bakhodir Abdullaev, and officials from ECO countries.
‘Uzbekistan at Crossroads of Silk Road’ expo inaugurated in Tehran
Prominent Iranian female director Narges Abyar is to be honored at the international section of the Women Leaders Award in Pakistan today.
Pakistan to award Iranian director Narges Abyar
If you go from Mianwali to Dera Ismail Khan in Pakistan after crossing the Chashma Barrage, there is a turning point adjacent to Toll Plaza. Towards the right from this point is the River Indus and on the left are mountains.
The magnificent and ancient Kafir Kot
Celebrated Iranian-born Armenian composer and conductor Loris Tjeknavorian composed a musical piece in commemoration of the victims of the Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 which was hit by a missile last month.
Tjeknavorian composes piece in memory of UIA Flight 752 victims
Iranian short film, ‘Cradle of Silence,’ written and directed by Mostafa Mehraban, is slated to go on screen at the competition program of the 15th edition of the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival in the US.
Iran’s ‘Cradle of Silence’ to vie at US festival
To attract more visitors to two less popular heritage sites associated with the revolt of 1857 — Indian Freedom Struggle — in the Indian capital of Delhi, the State Archeology Department (SAD) has planned to set up two museums at Mutiny Memorial in Kamala Nehru Ridge and Qudsia Bagh near Kashmiri Gate Interstate Bus Terminal (ISBT).
Delhi to get museums at two heritage sites

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