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Ancient City in Hamedan Prov. to Be Converted into Site-Specific Museum

[ad#imapnov08] The Hamedan Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Department plans to convert a part of an ancient city into a site-specific museum. Covering over three hectares in area, the city was discovered about four years ago by chance during a…

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Kerman home to world’s lone Zoroastrian anthropology museum

[ad#imapnov08] The City of Kerman in central south of Iran is home to the lone anthropology museum of the world's Zoroastrians. The museum is located at the fire temple of the city. The idea of establishing the museum goes back…

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Iran adds “Persian Gulf” to Spiritual Heritage list

Iran is planning to hold the Persian Gulf national day and register the historical waterway on the country's Spiritual Heritage list. “The Persian Gulf day was marked on the national calendar during the previous president's term in office, but no…

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Urmia or Orumieh ارومیه

[ad#imapnov08] Urmia or Orumieh (Persian: ارومیه, Orumieh; during the majority of the Pahlavi Dynasty (1925–1979) called Persian: رضائیه, Rezaiyeh), (37°32′58″N 45°4′11″E) is the capital of the West Azerbaijan Province, a district and a city located in northwestern Iran. It is…

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Ancient Cylinder Seal Unearthed in Northern Iran

[ad#imapnov08] Iranian archeologists have unearthed an ancient cylinder seal dating to at least 3,500 years ago in Iran's northern Mazandaran Province. Archeological excavations at the Kelar Mound in the north of Iran have resulted in the discovery of a cylinder…

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