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Photo: Iranian school girls training for earthquake

Photo: Iranian school girls training for earthquake

Civil defense drills were held in schools across Iran on Monday to boost students’ readiness to deal with possible earthquakes in Tehran. Tehran Doomed If ‘Big One’ Hits, Quake Expert Says By Erik Kirschbaum :(Reuters) – An earthquake that may one day strike Tehran could kill hundreds of thousands and destroy most of the buildings…

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Video: Nomads of Iran’s Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari

Video: Nomads of Iran’s Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari

These are some of the stories covered in this episode of IRAN program. Nomads of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Do you ever get tired of living where you are? Do you want to break free from the bustling city life? Don’t we all sometimes? But can you picture yourself living far out in nature just getting…

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Photo: Slovenia reopened embassy in Tehran

Photo: Slovenia reopened embassy in Tehran

The embassy of Slovenia reopened in Tehran today after 4 years. Slovenia‘s President Borut Pahor, Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and some other senior officials of both countries attended the reopening ceremony. Slovenian acting chargé d’affaires to Iran dispatched to Tehran for reopening the country’s embassy two months ago. He headed to Iran to…

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Photo: “Golden Eagle” luxurious train arrived Mashhad

Photo: “Golden Eagle” luxurious train arrived Mashhad

Russia’s luxurious train dubbed “Golden Eagle” arrived in Iranian holy city, Mashhad on Sunday morning. The train left Moscow for Tehran with 40 tourists from Britain, US, Australia, Spain, Canada and South Africa. Golden Eagle had already passed Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in 18 days to get to the city. Iran has become a destination…

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Photo: Iranian saffron harvest begins

Photo: Iranian saffron harvest begins

Saffron and Iran are uniquely linked together. Iran harvests about 80% of the world’s production of saffron. Despite its small size, this spice is quite expensive, and is suitable for many applications. Persian saffron is a natural spice also called Red Gold. It is globally known for its incomparable quality, fascinating fragrance, pleasant flavor, and…

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Photo: Persepolis Supermoon

Photo: Persepolis Supermoon

On Monday night 15 November 2016, the moon was 30,000km closer to the Earth, offering an impressive spectacle to skygazers. Persepolis (Takhte Jamshid) Persepolis (Old Persian: ‘Parseh’, New Persian:Takht-e Jamshid’) was an ancient ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire. The largest and most complex building in Persepolis was the audience hall, or Apadana with 72…

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“Golden Eagle” luxurious train leaved Moscow to Tehran

“Golden Eagle” luxurious train leaved Moscow to Tehran

Iran will be the final destination for Russia’s luxurious train dubbed “Golden Eagle”. The train leaves Moscow for Tehran with 40 tourists from Britain, US, Australia, Spain, Canada and South Africa. Golden Eagle will pass Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan in 18 days to get to Tehran. Iran will be a destination for 40 tourists from…

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Photo: Pomegranate pick up from Hawraman villages

Photo: Pomegranate pick up from Hawraman villages

Hawraman (AVROMAN,Hawrāmān, Persian Owrāmān), a mountainous region on the western frontier of Iran Kurdistan. It extends for approximately 50 km, from a point west of Marīvān (46° 0’ east longitude, 35° 30’ north latitude) south-eastwards to the confluence of the two branches of the river Sīrvān (46° 20’ east longitude, 35° 10’ north latitude). The…

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Luxurious Golden Eagle trains back to Iran

Luxurious Golden Eagle trains back to Iran

The Golden Eagle Luxury Trains, a prestigious European operator of exclusive, long-distance rail tours, is scheduled to run new rounds of its services that offers extensive excursions throughout Iran. Passengers from several countries including the UK, Spain, the U.S., Australia, Canada, and South Africa will aboard the opening southbound train that is scheduled to depart…

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Photo: Khajeh Abdullah Ansari tomb

Photo: Khajeh Abdullah Ansari tomb

Abu Ismail Khajeh Abdullah Ansari (1006-1088), a devout Sufi, was born in the Persian Empire town of Herat. Ansari was known as “The Pious One” during his lifetime. He wrote several books concerning philosophy and religion during his lifetime including “Munajatnameh”. Related posts: Iran, Germany sign deals to boost business relations+Photo Snow Fall in Ardabil-Photo…

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