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Some $9m spent to revive 14th-century Rab’-e Rashidi

Some $9m spent to revive 14th-century Rab’-e RashidiTEHRAN – A budget of 370 billion rials (about $9 million at the official dollar rate of 42,000 rials) has spent on reviving the Rab’-e Rashidi in northwestern East Azarbaijan province over the past three years, a provincial tourism chief has said....
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Not even one person deprived of PHC services

Not even one person deprived of PHC servicesTEHRAN - Mohammad Shariati, associate professor at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences and former director of the national health network, believes that thanks to t...
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Four archaeological hills being demarcated in Miandoab

Four archaeological hills being demarcated in MiandoabTEHRAN – Teams of Iranian archaeologists have commenced separate surveys to demarcate four archaeological hills situated in Miandoab county, northwestern West Azarbaijan ...
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Four archaeological hills being demarcated in Miandoab

Four archaeological hills being demarcated in MiandoabTEHRAN – Teams of Iranian archaeologists have commenced separate surveys to demarcate four archaeological hills situated in Miandoab county, northwestern West Azarbaijan ...
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Over $78 million invested to renovate Shiraz historical texture

Over $78 million invested to renovate Shiraz historical textureTEHRAN- Some 3,300 billion rials (over $78 million at the official rate of 42,000 rials) has been invested to renovate the historical texture of Shiraz, aiming at develop...
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Obsolete textiles being revived in South Khorasan province

Obsolete textiles being revived in South Khorasan provinceTEHRAN – Several [once] obsolete ways of making traditional textiles and their related businesses and workshops have been revived across the eastern South Khorasan provin...
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Iranian archaeologists find new clues on enigmatic Laodicea Temple

Iranian archaeologists find new clues on enigmatic Laodicea TempleTEHRAN – A team of Iranian archaeologists has found further evidence to unearth the enigmatic Laodicea Temple in the city of Nahavand, west-central Hamedan province....
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Mashhad museum sets up exhibit dedicated to journalism

Mashhad museum sets up exhibit dedicated to journalismTEHRAN – An exhibition dedicated to media correspondents and the history of journalism in Iran will open to the public at Khorasan Great Museum, which is located in Mashh...
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New season of exploration begins in Persepolis

New season of exploration begins in PersepolisTEHRAN – A new round of exploration on ancient water ducts in the UNESCO-registered site of Persepolis, southern Fars province, has been recently commenced....
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All shall pay tribute to guardians of nature

All shall pay tribute to guardians of natureTEHRAN – July 31 is World Ranger Day, which celebrates the work rangers do to protect the planet's natural treasures and cultural heritage and commemorates the guardians ...
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Drive-in circus underway in Tehran amid pandemic

Drive-in circus underway in Tehran amid pandemicTEHRAN – The first international drive-in circus opened at Tehran’s Milad Tower on July 16 and will run through August 21....
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Mount Damavand is the highest peak in Iran and the highest volcano in Asia.

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