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65 Iranian crafts to be reviewed for UNESCO Seal of Excellence
A panel of international judges in design and handicrafts production will meet in Tehran today to review 65 Iranian handicrafts and 16 others from West Asian member states UNESCO Seal of Excellence consideration.
Iran launches UNESCO-affiliated calligraphy policymaking council
A policymaking council, affiliated to Iranian National Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was established on Sunday for adopting new policies on and devoting particular attention to Iran's ancient art of calligraphy as the sign of Iranian-cultural identity.
UNESCO adds eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to World Heritage List
UNESCO on Saturday added eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to its World Heritage List, the UN agency announced at a meeting in the Bahraini capital.
First National Sports Festival held in Isfahan
Iran's First National and Ancient Sports Festival was held in the historic Iranian city of Isfahan.
UNESCO Global Geoparks meeting kicks off in Qeshm
The first Global Georparks meeting and expert-training workshop started work in Qeshm Island, southern Iran on Saturday.
Iranian architects bag UNESCO prize
Iranian architects were awarded at the preliminary stage of Prix Versailles.
Jailed Egyptian photojournalist Shawkan wins UNESCO press freedom prize
The United Nations cultural agency says detained Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid will be awarded the World Press Freedom Prize, a decision that drew criticism from Egyptian authorities.
UNESCO Highlights Iran’s capacities in sports for peace, development
UNESCO and the University of Tehran celebrated the 5th International Day of Sport for Development and Peace to highlight the importance of investment in physical activities for the present and future of the country.
Projects from India, Morocco receive UNESCO prize
The 2017 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize will be awarded to the CLIx program (India) and the GENIE program (Morocco) during a ceremony at UNESCO Headquarters March 7 (12:00 noon to 1 p.m., Room I).
UNESCO enters Turkey's endangered 'bird language'oin Intangible Cultural Heritage list
The unusual and very efficient whistle language used as a means of communication by villagers in remote northern Turkey entered the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. UNESCO has accepted the ‘bird language’ of Black Sea villagers as an endangered part of world heritage in need of urgent protection.
UNESCO recognizes Panama's hats
Cultural authorities at UNESCO have recognized the artisans of Panama for their distinctive woven hats. No, not those hats; The famed ‘Panama hat’ comes from Ecuador.
Efforts underway to inscribe Rob’e Rashidi site on UNESCO
The first season of the international Rob’e Rashidi project in Tabriz (East Azarbaijan Province) has been conducted aiming to register the ancient site in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Chovgan added as Iran’s intangible cultural heritage to UNESCO lists
The sporting team game of chovgan, which is played on horseback and recognized as a version of the modern polo game, has been added to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists.

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