UNESCO will on Monday organize an international meeting aimed at rebuilding the war-torn ancient Iraqi city Mosul’s cultural heritage, rehabilitating its education system and revitalizing its cultural life, the UN culture body announced.
Traditional carpet weaving in Kashan in Isfahan Province is one of the most fabulous Iranian fine arts. UNESCO has inscribed this skill representing the symbol of ‘city weaving style and Persian weaving style’ as an intangible cultural heritage of Iran in 2010.
The tomb of Shah Nureddin Nematollah Vali, poet, sage, Sufi and founder of an order of dervishes, is located in Mahan, Kerman Province. It has twin minarets covered with turquoise tiles from the bottom up to the cupola.
The ‘Mona Lisa’ has her own room in the Louvre, where she attracts six million visitors each year. Her room is frequently crowded with frenzied guests attempting to catch a glimpse of her enigmatic smile.