The New York Times published 52 destinations for 2019 in its yearly custom of introducing tourism sites in which Iran is mentioned as Middle East jewel.
New York Times: Iran is Middle East tourism jewel
Iranian short film titled ‘Double’, directed by Ronak Jafari, is scheduled to be screened in Short Narratives section of the 8th annual Irvine International Film Festival (IIFF) in California, the US, to be held during March 22 to 28.
Iran’s ‘Double’ to be screened at US festival
Iran and Pakistan highlighted the need to forge closer ties in the fields of art and culture and discussed expansion of cooperation in these areas.
Iran, Pakistan stress expansion of cultural cooperation
Number of foreign tourists to the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan has increased 10 percent year-on-year since March 21, 2018, said the director general of the provincial Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department on Thursday.
Number of foreign tourists to northwestern Iranian province up 10%
Known as the roof of the northern IRanian province of Mazandaran, Filband village is 2700 meters high.
Filband village, roof of north Iran’s Mazandaran
The historic port of Siraf, in Kangan city, Bushehr Province, is a stunning attraction in southern Iran. There are ancient monuments and other attractions in the port, which date back to antiquity. Today, several Iranians and other people from all around the world travel to Bushehr to visit this historic port.
Wonderful attractions of historic port of Siraf
The tomb of Bayazid Bastami in Bastam, central Iranian province of Semnan, is among the main attractions of the city. It is a large complex with different spaces from the third to fifth century A.H.
Bayazid Bastami’s tomb a tourist attraction in central Iran
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Wednesday that honoring Amir Kabir amounts to respecting the lofty ideas and progressive and bright thoughts in Iran.
Honoring Amir Kabir respecting Iran’s progressive thoughts
A total number of 16 Persian rugs, prayer mats and historical pateh (Iranian traditional needlework folk art) related to Qajar Dynasty and First Pahlavi Era are scheduled to be on view for the first time in Iran.
Persian historical rugs on display in Iran for first time
The 37th Fajr Film Festival will extend its screening and showcase the selected films in 31 Iranian provinces, provincial manager of the festival said.
Fajr Film Festival to be extended to 31 Iranian provinces

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