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Iran, Russia agree on visa-free stay for tour groups ... 07/04/2017 Fun
*** Giant lamassu statues guarding the Gate of All Nations against a blue sky with dramatic white clouds in ancient Persepolis, the capital of the Ach...View Details»

The Persian Art of Etiquette... 22/11/2016 Culture
In every social interaction, from buying groceries to negotiating a nuclear deal, this highly valued behaviour dictates how people should treat each o...View Details»

The truth about visiting Iran: You’ll be greeted with smiles ... 21/03/2016 Fun
By JUDITH FEIN Special Contributor Published: 21 March 2016 02:31 PM Updated: 21 March 2016 02:32 PM If you tell your friends you are going to Iran, t...View Details»

34 incredibly beautiful reasons to visit Iran - 12/02/2016 Fun
By Barry Neild, CNN (CNN)With international sanctions on their way out, the world is running out of excuses not to visit Iran. One look at this colle...View Details»

Exhibit features archival images of Persepolis, a royal complex of anc... 10/10/2015 History
*** View of the eastern stairway and columns of the Apadana (Audience Hall) at Persepolis, Iran, 5th century B.C. Courtesy of Oriental Institute Octob...View Details»

Welcome Spring: Fars Province, Cradle of Persian Empire ... 23/03/2014 History
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Southern province of Fars with all its ancient and historical sights hosts tens of thousands of Iranian and foreign tourists in s...View Details»

Negareh: Lamassu Winged Bulls Perspolis.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Lamassu or Winged Bulls with human heads at the Gate of All Nations in Perspolis Xerxes, who built this structure, named it "The Gate of All Countrie...View Details»

Negareh: Perspolis Gate Oldest.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
One of the oldest photographs taken from the Perspolis The Gate of All Nations or Gate of Xerxes palace.The structure consisted of one large room whos...View Details»

Negareh: Perspolis Gate Of Nations.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Perspolis: Gate of All Nations, referring to subjects of the Persian Empire consisted of a grand hall that was almost 25 sq. mt with four columns and ...View Details»