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The people of Kerman were among the pioneers in the discovery of metal. Tal‐e‐Eblis near Kerman is one of the oldest copper smelting centers in the world. The inhabitants...more



The oldest rock relief of Iran, “Annubanini”, which is a monument from Lullubians who were under the support of the Akkadian empire in the second millennium BC, is in...more


When Jean Chardin traveled to Iran in the late 17th century, the Persians called Qazvin as Dar-al-saltaneh (sultanate) among the people since it was the capital of the Safavid...more


To explore the history of urbanization in ancient Persia, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Susa is a must-see. This amazing ancient city has been continuously home to one...more


Tehran is the most populous city in Iran, where tradition and modernity have converged. If included as a part of ancient Rey, the city’s history dates back to 7,000...more


Persian poets have long lauded the variety of grape gardens in Urmia. As Persian verse reads “On the scenic roads of Urmia, you will see caravans loaded with grapes”....more


According to Iranian historians when Alexander the Great was on his way to Khorassan (a province in the east of Iran) he built a castle in Yazd and named...more


Although there are no pre‐Seljuq era relics in Zanjan, it has been depicted as a prominent city in 10th century Islamic documents. Zanjan was also described as an old...more


The city of Ahwaz, the capital of Khuzestan province, is one of the cradles of civilization and located near the ancient city of Susa, part of which continues to...more


The origin of name “Ardabil” is debated, according to some sources the name was derived from “Artavil” which means holy town, while others contend it was derived from “Arata”,...more


The fabled fortress built by the Medes king, Deioces (647-747 BC,) is referred to in the works of the Greek historian, Herodotus. He describes Ecbatana as a castle with...more


The Damask rose, known for its resilience and resistance to dehydration, is the emblem of Kashan, a desert town with cold winters and very hot summers. A delightful annual...more


The famous adage in European travelogues “Isfahan is half of the world” expresses the peak of development in Isfahan during the Safavid period (1501-1736). This adage came to be...more


There seems to be a hidden relationship between paradise and Tabriz, with many mystics and poets such as Khaghani Shervani referring to this city as their haven and final...more


Shiraz was known as the “Land of Solomon” as it was also the title of Atabakan Monarchs who ruled Fars province in the 12th  and 13th century, but the...more

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