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Islamic architecture? Sure, but Na’in’s old mosque offers so much more

Islamic architecture? Sure, but Na’in’s old mosque offers so much moreWell regarded for its hospitable people, handicrafts, and ancient qanats (manmade subterranean aqueducts that brings water from the mountains), Na’in dates back to nearly 2000 years, which makes it one of the oldest continuously settled towns in the Iranian plateau....
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Islamic architecture? Sure, but Na’in’s old mosque offers so much more

Islamic architecture? Sure, but Na’in’s old mosque offers so much moreWell regarded for its hospitable people, handicrafts, and ancient qanats (manmade subterranean aqueducts that brings water from the mountains), Na’in dates back to nearly...
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Defects still challenge law on upholding rangers’ right

Defects still challenge law on upholding rangers’ rightTEHRAN – Although the law to uphold the rights of rangers has raised hope among those spent a lifetime to defend the nature, it still has many defects, former commander o...
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Defects still challenge law on upholding rangers’ right

Defects still challenge law on upholding rangers’ rightTEHRAN – Although the law to uphold the rights of rangers has raised hope among those spent a lifetime to defend the nature, it still has many defects, former commander o...
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IRCS providing flood survivors with 10,000 home appliance packages

IRCS providing flood survivors with 10,000 home appliance packagesTEHRAN – Iran Red Crescent Society (IRCS) volunteer organization started on Saturday distributing some 10,000 packages of essential household appliances to the flood-hit...
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16,000 classrooms require reconstruction in Tehran

16,000 classrooms require reconstruction in TehranTEHRAN – Over 16,000 classrooms in Tehran’s educational buildings must undergo efficient measures of demolishing and reconstructing, head of Tehran’s Department of Educat...
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‘Vehicle inspection curbs air pollution up to 25%’

‘Vehicle inspection curbs air pollution up to 25%’TEHRAN – Vehicle inspection can contribute to air pollution mitigation by 15 to 25 percent, Tehran City Council member, Arash Milani, said....
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Iraqi arrivals in Iran gaining momentum

Iraqi arrivals in Iran gaining momentumTEHRAN - The number of Iraqi nationals visiting Iran is gaining momentum this year as the Islamic Republic endeavors to boost its tourism revenues in the face of U. S. le...
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‘Nano bioremediation on Anzali wetland worrisome’

‘Nano bioremediation on Anzali wetland worrisome’TEHRAN – With huge sediments accumulated in Anzali wetland, a plan proposed using domestic bioremediation BioGME technology; but some are expressing worries about the tec...
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Coworking is flourishing in Iran: expert

Coworking is flourishing in Iran: expertTEHRAN – Coworking, as the self-directed, collaborative, flexible and voluntary work style for shared workplaces, are supported by the Innovation Acceleration Center at t...
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2,000 pieces of pottery on show at Tehran exhibit

2,000 pieces of pottery on show at Tehran exhibitTEHRAN - A vast collection of ceramics and potteries, comprising 2,000 pieces by Iranian crafter Zahra Kavian, is currently on show at the headquarters of the Cultural He...
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