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.
One of the consequences of a warming planet is receding glaciers, and archeologists working on icesheets on highest peaks of Norway have discovered a treasure trove of artefacts dating back as far as 4000 BCE.
Historical houses of ‘Mir-Rahimi’ and ‘Ebrahimi’ in Damghan, Semnan Province, will be handed over to the private sector in the near future, said director general of Semnan Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department.
Adherents of various religions have coexisted peacefully for a long time in the ancient city of Kerman. Hence, signs of that coexistence can be found throughout the city. The most famous of the sites can be listed as: