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 Tourism chief cuts ribbon on traditional guesthouses in Kashan

 Tourism chief cuts ribbon on traditional guesthouses in KashanTEHRAN – Iran’s tourism chief Ali-Asghar Mounesan inaugurated three traditional guesthouses during his visit to the central city of Kashan on Thursday....
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‘Road crashes, main cause of death among teenagers aged 15-17’

‘Road crashes, main cause of death among teenagers aged 15-17’TEHRAN — The leading cause of death among teenagers aged 15 to 17 is traffic-related accidents, Iran’s Emergency Medical Services director Pir Hossein Kulivand has said.....
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Wood chips supersedes green grass in Tehran

Wood chips supersedes green grass in TehranTEHRAN – While planting grass in green spaces has been banned due to the high costs and water consumption, a new design of wood chips is piloted in the capital to be impl...
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Tabriz to host JICA workshops on tourism development, historical urban landscape

Tabriz to host JICA workshops on tourism development, historical urban landscapeTEHRAN – Japan International Cooperation Agency is scheduled to hold two workshops on the key themes of tourism development and historical urban landscape in the Iranian ...
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Sharif University, National Cartographic Center plan to boost technical ties

Sharif University, National Cartographic Center plan to boost technical tiesTEHRAN -- The knowledge-based companies at the Sharif Entrepreneurship Center, affiliated to Tehran’s Sharif University of Technology, and the National Cartographic Cente...
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Tehran café run by Down syndrome, autistic staff

Tehran café run by Down syndrome, autistic staff

Iran’s capital opens the first café run only by people with Down syndrome and autism. The “Downtism Café” opened in Tehran’s Vanak Street, Ayneh Passaj  on Tuesday. The...

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