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Qajar-era subterranean garrison identified in northeast Iran

Qajar-era subterranean garrison identified in northeast IranTEHRAN – An underground garrison, estimated to date from Qajar era (1789–1925), has been discovered near Bojnurd, the capital of North Khorasan province, northeast Iran....
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Crumbling but still fabulous: UNESCO-registered Takht-e Soleyman

Crumbling but still fabulous: UNESCO-registered Takht-e SoleymanTEHRAN - Photos depict scenes from the UNESCO-registered Takht-e Soleyman (“Solomon’s Throne”), a ruined sanctuary in northwest Iran, which is still a source of charm for...
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Crumbling but still fabulous: UNESCO-registered Takht-e Soleyman

Crumbling but still fabulous: UNESCO-registered Takht-e SoleymanTEHRAN - Photos depict scenes from the UNESCO-registered Takht-e Soleyman (“Solomon’s Throne”), a ruined sanctuary in northwest Iran, which is still a source of charm for...
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Forgotten craft of Namad-mali revived in Zanjan

Forgotten craft of Namad-mali revived in ZanjanTEHRAN – Namad-mali (literally meaning felt beating), a handicraft field that was obsolete, has been revived in Deh Bahar Village, Tarom county in the northwestern Zanjan...
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Facebook bans trade of Iranian antique artifacts

Facebook bans trade of Iranian antique artifactsTEHRAN – Facebook has banned the sale of historical artifacts, including Iranian carpets, on its platforms in an attempt to prevent priceless items looted or stolen from ...
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Facebook bans trade of Iranian antique artifacts

Facebook bans trade of Iranian antique artifactsTEHRAN – Facebook has banned the sale of historical artifacts, including Iranian carpets, on its platforms in an attempt to prevent priceless items looted or stolen from ...
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Iran’s World Heritage sites to host music concerts 

Iran’s World Heritage sites to host music concerts TEHRAN – The Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts plans to organize music concerts at the country’s UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as museums, CHTN...
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Iranian cave estimated to date over 63,000 years

Iranian cave estimated to date over 63,000 yearsTEHRAN – Nearly one decade of archaeological surveys at Kaldar cave has concluded that parts of this western Iranian shelter date more than 63,000 years....
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A taste of Jurassic world: Iran’s Katale-Khor cave on agenda to be a tourism hub

A taste of Jurassic world: Iran’s Katale-Khor cave on agenda to be a tourism hubTEHRAN – Katale-Khor, a limestone cave full of natural crystals believed to date from the Jurassic era, is planned to become one of the country’s tourism hubs, CHTN repor...
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A taste of Jurassic world: Iran’s Katale-Khor cave on agenda to be a tourism hub

A taste of Jurassic world: Iran’s Katale-Khor cave on agenda to be a tourism hubTEHRAN – Katale-Khor, a limestone cave full of natural crystals believed to date from the Jurassic era, is planned to become one of the country’s tourism hubs, CHTN repor...
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503 Backend fetch failed

503 Backend fetch failedTEHRAN – A budget of 2 billion rials (some $50,000) has been allocated to the restoration project of Qeisarieh Baazar in the city of Lar, southern province of Fars....
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