Rice transplantation in GIlan
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Rice Transplantation in Gilan Province

Gilan, the land of jungle and rain, rice and silkworm, the bed of roaring rivers and the growing area of violets, primroses, water lilies...
Hazelnut Harvest in Rudbar
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Hazelnut Harvest in Rudbar, Gilan

Hazelnut is one of the main products of Gilan province. Every year, they produce and supplie about 85% of all Iranian hazelnuts.
Garlic Harvest in Tarom
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Zanjan, Garlic Harvest in Tarom

Garlic is the most important economic product in the agricultural sector of Zanjan province in Tarom city
Hoyeh village
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Hoyeh village

Hoyeh village is located in the west of Kurdistan province between Sanandaj and Marivan cities in the Kellaterzan region.
Badarak Religious Ceremony in Iran
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Badarak Religious Ceremony in Qara Kelisa

Badarak, pilgrimage to the Saint Thaddeus Apostle Monastery, is one of the religious rituals and customs held by a group of religious minorities in Iran.
Iran gets ready for international tourists again
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Iran gets ready for international tourists again

The Iranian government has confirmed that visitors from almost anywhere are now welcome in Iran again on October 23, 2021.
Trans-Iranian Railway inscribed on World Heritage list
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Trans-Iranian Railway inscribed on World Heritage list

Trans-Iranian Railway that reaches a length of 1400 km has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bandar Abbas Fish Market in Southern Iran
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Bandar Abbas Fish Market in Southern Iran

The fish market in Bandar Abas Indeed, is one of the best places to south of Iran. This daily market is held in a very large space. The lively activities of the fishmongers, fish and shrimp cleaners with all kinds of fishes in the baskets or on the mats to sell, is because of the diversityAbundance of fishes in the Persian gulf sea.
NowruzritualsintheIranian KurdishvillageofPalangan
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What is Nowruz? Explained for non-Persians

Nowruz is the Iranian New Year which corresponds to the spring equinox, the first day of spring in the solar calculation of the number of days in a year.
Christmas in Iran
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Do the Iranian People Celebrate Christmas?

Iranian-Armenians as the majority of Iran's Christian population celebrate the Christmas Eve on 25 of December, which is celebrated in most of the catholic countries.
Armenians in Tehran’s St. Sarkis Cathedral
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Christians and Jews in Iran

Judaism and Christianity in Iran are represented by small but significant religious communities that can also be regarded, to some extent, as distinct ethnic groups.
Iran Air To Resume Tehran-Madrid Flights After 17 Years
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IranAir To Resume Tehran-Madrid Flights After 17 Years

Iranian embassy in Spain announced that Iran air will resume flights between Tehran and Madrid in September 2020.
Sunflower fields in bloom in Golestan, Iran
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Sunflower fields in bloom in Golestan, Iran

Sunflower selfie season is now open in Golestan. Farmers use hundreds of hectares of their farmlands to grow sunflowers.
Nushabad – The Mysterious Underground City in IranSURFIRAN
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Nushabad – The Mysterious Underground City in Iran

The Noushabad underground city is said to have been the Sassanid capital during the reign of the Anoushirvan.
Turkish Airlines Resumes Flights to Iran AgainSURFIRAN
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Turkish Airlines Resumes Flights to Iran Again

After Turkey suspended flights to and from Iran and Afghanistan in late July, Turkey-Iran flights is gradually resuming.